How to Blog Your Way to a Book Deal: An Interview with Allison K. Flexer

Truth Lies Single Woman

 

You can find me over at Inspire Christian Writers today hosting a live chat in the blog comments!

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Have a fantastic Thursday!

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A New Friend, A Book Review & A Birthday!

Know that feeling when you meet someone and it seems like you’ve known each other forever? I feel that way about Holly Hrywnak. We haven’t actually met in person yet, but we’ve talked on the phone and we’ve connected online quite a bit over the past month (so much that I no longer have to look up how to spell her last name!!)

Holly is a beautiful 30-year-old single woman, and I wrote Truth, Lies, and the Single Woman for amazing women like her. Check out Holly’s thoughts on the book here in her book review. (She’s also giving away a copy of the book, so definitely check out her post!)

Holly says:

It’s like I’m sitting down with a close friend over a cup of coffee and she’s listening to me spout off the things I’ve been thinking about concerning my singleness. She hears the hurt, the loneliness, and the lies. The lies that tell me that I’m unlovable and unworthy of love.

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In other news, today is my birthday! I’m sure you’re racking your brain about what to get me as a birthday gift (by the way, I totally had to look up whether to use wrack or rack and was surprised by the answer! #grammarnerd). Anyway, I’ll tell you what I would enjoy. If you’ve read Truth, Lies, and the Single Woman, I would love for your to share your thoughts by posting a review on Amazon or Goodreads. It’s so easy, and the birthday girl would be very grateful! 🙂

Thank you for all of your support during the release of Truth, Lies, and the Single Woman!

Have a fantastic October 8th!

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A Year of Amazing Grace

I’m so grateful to Darcy Wiley for hosting me on her blog today during this final week of the #SingleTruth blog tour. Darcy is a great storyteller, and I love her blog, Message in a Mason Jar. I think you will, too!

A Year of Amazing Grace

Things never really clicked, but I refused to settle. I felt like time was running out on my dreams, the one about getting married and the one about publishing a book for single women.

Read entire guest post here:
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Also, I’m excited to announce my first ever radio interview!

Scott McCausey from Christian Devotions SpeakUp! will be interviewing me tonight at 5PM Central / 6PM Eastern on Blog Talk Radio. Check out what Scott says here:

Who knows a single lady struggling to understand God’s plan for her life? Questions like, “Does God have someone for me? How do I know if this is the person?” Well I have a friend who is joining me tonight to discuss her adventure and her book “Truth, Lies and the Single Woman”. Allison K. Flexer will be with us and just you wait to hear what happened to her, right here at 6:00pm EST:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/christian-devotions/2014/10/07/christian-devotions-speak-up-with-allison-flexer

If you miss the live broadcast, there will be a recorded version on the same site later to listen!

Thank you for all of your support during this exciting time of the book’s release!

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3 Hard Things About Being a 30-Something Single

I’m honored to be featured on Liv Migenes’ blog today. I have gotten to know Liv well through the process of my book release. She’s been a huge supporter of me, and I love how she writes passionately from the perspective of a single daughter of Christ. You’ll definitely want to check out some of her posts!

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“Once I turned thirty, my feelings changed. Suddenly, I was very aware of the passing of time. Most of my friends were married by the age of thirty. I started to worry that marriage wouldn’t happen for me and thought something was wrong with me. The passage of time hung over my head like a big, ticking clock.”

For a full recap of the #SingleTruth blog tour, including this final week’s upcoming posts…{blog tour page}

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Hope you’re enjoying this beautiful Fall morning!

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