Canterbury Book Fair offers opportunities for authors, readers

I’m thrilled to be asked to return as a featured author at the 2012 Canterbury Book Fair scheduled for April 16 from 4-7pm. This special day/time is an opportunity for local librarians/teachers to peruse books recommended by Canterbury staff and parents. If all goes as planned, I will have copies of all of my books... Continue Reading →

New book offers ways to handle guilt

Shirley Brosius has been a friend since we met at Sandy Cove Christian Writer’s Retreat in Fall 2006. We seemed to be the only non-fiction writers there as newspaper writers and gravitated toward each other. At that time Shirley had authored a beautiful devotional book, Sisterhood of Faith (Howard Books), 365 life-changing stories about historical... Continue Reading →

A Story on Forgiveness

John Kremer featured my guest post on his book marketing blog today. He features many authors at this site, all with valuable lessons about writing and promotion. Contact Mr. Kremer about signing up for his blog. John Kremer Read my post below. ** Guest post by Kayleen Reusser In 1989 a 10-minute incident with a... Continue Reading →

Roger Byers and his Classic Car Collection

In the past couple of years I’ve written profiles of classic car owners for a publication called Indiana Autos and RV’s Magazine. It’s been fun interviewing car owners. I love to hear how much the car owners have enjoyed finding the car of their dreams and then restoring them. I’m looking for more stories. Do... Continue Reading →

My Publishing Story as told to John Kremer

Today I have the honor of being featured on John Kremer’s blog. Mr. Kremer is the guru of book marketing. I’ve read his blog on this subject for years and have implemented many of his ideas to market my nine non-fiction children’s books. My particular post is titled: Book Marketing Makeover: How One Author Got... Continue Reading →

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