It's Friday again and I'm celebrating by giving away another copy of my novel to one lucky winner on my facebook page! Head on over to enter the trivia contest for a chance to win! I'm drawing the first person who answers my trivia question correctly! While you're over there, won't you like my facebook … Continue reading Freebie Friday Giveaway!
Would you like to win a copy of my Kindle book? Then head on over to my Facebook page! I'm giving away a copy to the first person who correctly answers my posted trivia correctly. If you aren't a member of my Facebook page, why not join? I post giveaways and other contests there! Good … Continue reading Freebie Friday giveaway is today!!
I began drafting Night and Day in November of 2013. I sustained neck and back injuries from a car accident in July of that year. I was already weakened the day of my accident from low potassium and dehydration from a bad stomach virus I probably caught at work. The physical and emotional effects of … Continue reading Behind the Scenes: Inspiration for Night and Day
I'm hosting a giveaway of my e-book Night and Day on my Facebook page! Friday I'm announcing the contest where one lucky winner will receive a copy of my book free! To enter, head on over Friday to my Facebook page Kellie Butler! I'll choose one lucky winner. Good luck!
You can now preview and purchase your copy of Night and Day through Amazon Kindle! Just go to the Night and Day tab on my page and you can start reading! Amazon gives you the option of one-stop shopping where you can purchase and download your copy to your kindle device or kindle app.
2o16 was a banner year full of new beginnings for my writing career. It saw the launch of the Laurelhurst Chronicles on Channillo, entries into literary competitions, and new connections and friends within the writing/publishing industry. A new year dawns tomorrow and with it a new year of beginnings and uncertainty. Some very positive changes … Continue reading Changes
November seems to be a popular month for writing contests. I recently submitted a short piece of fiction for The Master's Review Fall Fiction Contest. Getting outside of the historical fiction world for a while and just let my mind discombobulate is always rewarding. The fifteen finalists are announced in December and winners announced in … Continue reading Fall writing projects
Chris Cleave recently released his new novel Everyone Brave Is Forgiven, set in Second World War London and North Africa. Chris describe how he researched his novel, and one of the things that I noted is that he ate the rations diet of that time period to help get into the mindset of his characters. This is … Continue reading The binding force of food