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Indie Author Spotlight: Allison D. Reid

Today’s Sneak Peek Friday is a little different, giving  you a glimpse into the mind of the author behind the writing.  Hope you enjoy this very thoughtful interview conducted by fellow author and blogger David Wiley.

The Scholarly Scribe

It is time for the May author of the month, and this is one I am excited to share with you. If you haven’t done so, you can read my review of Allison’s first book, Journey to Aviad, which is free on Kindle and Nook devices. Also, don’t forget that you can get a digital copy of King of Ages: A King Arthur Anthology for free for a limited time by signing up for my newsletter (plus some other great books and prizes for signing up to other newsletters!)

Welcome! Please tell us your name and a little bit about yourself.

My name is Allison D. Reid—home business owner by day, editor and Christian Fantasy author by night. To be honest, nothing makes me draw a blank faster than asking me this question.  One of the hazards of being an introvert, I guess.  I’d rather talk about anything but…

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About weavingword

Allison D. Reid is a Christian Fantasy author with a fondness for Medieval history. Her first published series, the Wind Rider Chronicles, embraces traditional fantasy elements but is also infused with deeper spiritual themes. The first two books in the series, "Journey to Aviad" and "Ancient Voices: Into the Depths" can be found at Amazon and other online book retailers. "Journey to Aviad" is now FREE. Visit http://allisondreid.com/books-2/ to learn more.

2 comments on “Indie Author Spotlight: Allison D. Reid

  1. leeduigon
    May 6, 2016

    Allison, I would love to see your books published by a firm that would pay you for them. I couldn’t write my books without payment: I simply couldn’t afford it. Anyhow, you deserve a wider audience.

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    • weavingword
      May 6, 2016

      I really appreciate you saying that! Luckily this isn’t my primary source of income, but a labor of love. 🙂 Maybe one day I’ll be able to count on book sales as part of my income. I’ll keep working at it anyway. I knew from the beginning the indie route would take time and lots of hard work.

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