C.L. WELLS

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I’m running a Kindle Countdown on Memoirs of a Girl Who Loves God through the 28th and have been promoting my tail off on social media. With all the marketing I’ve been working on, I haven’t had time to write or record a new blog. So, I decided I’d tell you that now through the 28th of October, my book is .99! That is a 3.00 savings! So if you’ve been planning on reading it, but haven’t gotten around to it yet… now is the time to grab it.     Here are a few other sales/bargains from some of my author friends! Check all prices before making your purchase. A Mighty Fortress by Faith Blum is currently on sale for .99. It is a 2.00 savings off the regular price. Her Countdown ends on the 26th so you have a couple of days left. Hurry! It’s a Christian Western … click here to read the full article.

Hi, everyone! I’m so glad you clicked the link and are here. We’ve come a long way in the self-harm series and we’re not done yet. We all fall victims to ourselves in so many ways. We might overeat, smoke, drink excessively, or just not take care of ourselves in the ways we should. But when you self-harm in a way that causes injury to yourself, it’s different. Many people would never be able to go that far. But for some, their pain is so deep that physically hurting themselves is the only way to let it out. Like any addiction, the relief is temporary. I’ve been so moved by the peeps I’ve been speaking to. They are definitely among the strongest people I’ve ever met. With that said, meet another strong young lady, Jasmine. Jasmine, welcome. Thanks so much for being willing to share your story. CL: Let me … click here to read the full article.

As I sit on my couch and prepare this blog, a song is running through my head. ~ ♫ This little light of mine, I’m gonna let it shine. ♩~ It fits so perfectly because that’s what these folks, who are bold and brave enough to talk about their experiences with Self Harm, are doing. Letting their light shine so that others may see and reap some of the blessings from their hardships. Caren. Welcome. I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to answer all my questions and emailing me back and forth. CL: As you know, the main character in my debut novel struggles with cutting. What type(s) of self-harm did you struggle with? Caren: Bulimia, hitting myself with a brush, and using an eraser to erase my skin. Were you using all these coping mechanisms simultaneously or in stages? I used all those methods simultaneously. Bulimia was the easiest to keep … click here to read the full article.

Oh my goodness. I don’t know where to start so I better try the beginning. Melissa and I met on Twitter. I think it may have been through Adam Dreece (YA Steampunk Author), but I’m unsure. I was looking for beta readers and Melissa jumped in to help me out. Now, for the most part, beta reading is on a volunteer basis (free service). Some peeps try to charge, but there’s a good reason to try and stay away from paying for beta services. I digress. Melissa has probably been through my book as many times as I have. Okay, that might be stretching it a bit. However, she beta read, copyedited, and proofread my book all for a very reasonable rate, but that’s not all. Melissa also assisted me in ‘getting my affairs in order.’ The amount of work that goes into self-publishing from top to bottom is ghastly! … click here to read the full article.

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