Author name: Phyllis Edgerly Ring
Genre: Historical fiction, romantic suspense, inspirational nonfiction.
Book: Newest release is The Munich Girl: A Novel of the Legacies that Outlast War.
Bio: My palm’s lifeline accurately predicted a lot of different facets to my work life. I’ve experienced them with people of all ages in Asia, Europe, and the U.S., but through it all, I’ve also always been a writer. For years I did the writing that others needed or wanted done. I’m grateful to have lasted long enough to finally do what my heart wants: get lost with a few mysterious questions in the shaping of book-length fiction.
Favorite thing about being a writer: Believe it or not, revision. I love to ride the successive waves of it until it’s shown me what I’m meant to discover and then things come whole at last. These things I like about writing are, more or less, what I like about living, too.
Biggest challenge as an indie author: Finding creative ways to make a book discoverable without alienating loved ones or annoying anyone. J After being published by trade publishers, then going it alone, I’ve learned that it is appreciative readers, more than any other factor, that can best help potential readers find a book, and understand why they’d want to read it.
Favorite book: Currently it’s Liz Gilbert’s Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear. The book’s premise is, and has long been, my personal operating system in life.
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