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Behold the Dawn, by K.M. Weiland

The rumble of horses, the clash of swords, the high-pitched cries of fighting and dying men in the mud-splattered color-whirl of jousting.  What a way to open a book. Katie starts her novel with powerful action and ends it with a … Continue reading

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K.M. Weiland: Journal of a Novel

Remember this lady? If you’re a regular here or in ChristianWriters.com, you know her. She’s my critique partner, one of my AuthorCulture partners, and my absolute favorite novelist, Katie Weiland. Last year, I interviewed her in a post simply titled “Katie (Tarin) … Continue reading

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Behold! It’s coming . . .

I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am about this book–but I’ll try anyway. Of all the wonderful opportunities I’ve had since beginning my writing career, critiquing this novel was one of the stars. If you don’t know … Continue reading

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Finally! Katie’s taking the plunge!

Have I got news for you! Katie Weiland, aka K.M. Weiland, aka Tarin, is finally going to send Behold the Dawn on the road to publication! I interviewed Katie last September, and she gave some insight to her research techniques … Continue reading

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