Who’s That Indie Author? Sojourner McConnell

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Author name:  Sojourner McConnell

Genre:  Fiction

BookThe Path of the Child

Bio:  Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. Sojourner McConnell continued to live in Pleasant Grove while raising her three children. In 2000, she moved to Phoenix, Arizona. She thrived in Phoenix, finding creativity. Now she lives in Winchester, Kentucky with one of her daughters and three of her thirteen grandchildren. She has six grandchildren in Alabama and four in Michigan.

The Path of the Child is Sojourner’s first book. While writing her second book, The Shepherds of Donaldson Park, she was a contributor to the anthology, 31 Days of October.

Sojourner is currently working on two children’s books due out during the latter part of 2017.    

Favorite thing about being a writer: Freeing the characters that are busy sharing their story with me.

Biggest challenge as an indie author: Marketing and finding an audience are so difficult, but I continue to look for avenues to share my book and place it in the hands of new readers.

Favorite book:  That is so hard, as in writing I love reading different genres so I have quite a few favorites.  The Third Level by Jack Finney, A Knight in Shining Armor by Jude Deveraux, and Jessica Lost her Wobble by J. Schlenker are three of the most loved books I have.

Contact Information:
WordPress Blog:  The Page Turner
Facebook: @SojournerMcConnell
Twitter: @ThePageTurner1
Goodreads Author: Soujourner McConnell


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19 thoughts on “Who’s That Indie Author? Sojourner McConnell

  1. Nice to meet you! I agree marketing is definitely the biggest challenge. I just visited your blog and made sure to follow since you have a photo of The Grapes of Wrath up there – that’s still one of my all-time favorites.

      1. I’m happy to find a fellow Grapes of Wrath admirer! It really is a masterpiece. Now you’re making me want to read it all over again!

    1. There is something wonderfully compelling about the classics! Thank you for visiting my blog and following. I appreciate Barbara sharing this post, so I can meet new people like you. 🙂

  2. I never realized you had so many grandchildren! You are extremely fortunate, to be surrounded by family. Nothing is more important, more important than even selling books. I truly envy you!

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