Write with Fey

Hello, dear readers! Today I’m welcoming another guest to share her book with you – this time Chrys Fey, whose new book will help you navigate the world of writing and publishing.

I’m still busy querying my novel, gearing up to write a new one (I’m planning another month-long blitz, so I’ve been jotting down the most random of ideas in preparation), and submitting a couple of short stories to competitions. As you read this, I’m finishing off a new flash fiction with a Sunday deadline!

Phew, that’s a lot of work… Anyway, here’s Chrys’s new book, enjoy!


Catch the sparks you need to write, edit, publish, and market your book!
Write with Fey: 10 Sparks to Guide You from Idea to Publication offers an abundance of data in one handy book. From writing your novel to prepping for publication and beyond, you’ll find sparks on every page, including 100 bonus marketing tips. You’ll also discover how to write specific scenes and characters, adding depth to your work.
•        Spark One: Being a Writer
•        Spark Two: Story Essentials
•        Spark Three: A Book’s Stepping Stones
•        Spark Four: How To
•        Spark Five: Character ER
•        Spark Six: Editing
•        Spark Seven: Publishing
•        Spark Eight: Marketing
•        Spark Nine: Writing About
•        Spark Ten: Final Inspiration
With so much information, you’ll take notes, highlight, and flag pages to come back to again and again on your writing journey.
Chrys Fey is the author of the Disaster Crimes Series, a unique concept blending romance, crimes, and disasters. She’s partnered with the Insecure Writer’s Support Group
and runs their Goodreads book club. She’s also an editor for Dancing Lemur Press.
Fey realized she wanted to write by watching her mother pursue publication. At the age of twelve, she started her
first novel, which flourished into a series she later rewrote at seventeen. Fey lives in Florida and is always on the lookout for hurricanes.
Chrys Fey’s Links:
Open to
all from June 4th 2018 – July 6th 2018
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use the form below.

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25 thoughts on “Write with Fey”

  1. congrats to Chris and good luck to her – hope tips on selling pay off! As for you, Annalisa, you are on a roll. Good luck with that short story and then continue the novel journey. Have fun with it


  2. Congrats to Chrys! It’s great that she’s so passionate about offering resources to other writers. Good luck with your writing and submitting endeavours, Annalisa!


  3. Hi Annalisa – congratulations to Chrys … it does sound a brilliant reference tool. While you – have a successful month … lots of success with those writing goals – cheers Hilary


  4. I love the “Insecure Writers Support Group.” Who DOESN’T need that once in a while?! Congrats on all your work, Annalisa!


  5. HI Annalisa,
    Thanks for sharing this interesting bit of information. Thanks to technology (self-publication), many people are venturing into the world of authoring books. And this book of Chrys, will be a useful tool for not just them, but for anyone who plans to write a book.
    And, wish you all success with your stories, and I hope you are able to stick to the deadlines.
    Cheers, Pradeep


  6. Congratulations to Chrys and good luck to you on your writing! I like flash fiction. I took a writing workshop on it once and was fascinated at the idea of telling an entire story in just a few paragraphs. It’s almost like poetry.


    1. Flash fiction really makes you think about each word you use, a great exercise even if you don’t want to publish that length. Poetry is a good comparison – the best ones almost sing.


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