Wednesday, March 16, 2011

For/From Indie Authors: Samantha Fury

Samantha Fury was born in Eastern Kentucky, the daughter of a coal miner & his loving homemaker. She is an only child so she spent many hours using her imagination to keep her busy. She graduated from high school, married in 1986 and began what she calls her 'life on the road.'

Samantha spent over eighteen years traveling with her husband, through 48 states & Canada. This gave her lots of experience for the backgrounds of her Novels. She has since retired to staying at home with their two dogs, Jack & Max. Her husband still travels and she stays busy writing and dispatching for her husband.

She's always has loved writing since the early age of eight. Her imagination takes her many places, and she hopes that her stories can uplift, entertain, and be a blessing to her readers. She calls what she writes Life Fiction. It's not your normal romance, though each story will have a bit of romance in them. They will also have some real life struggles, and a little detective work, and humor when at all possible.

Samantha plays the piano and bass at her church, and loves writing, singing, and photography. She has many stories to tell, and she hopes to be around writing for many years to come.
  • Never give up, network daily to get your novel out there. 
  • Never pass up the opportunity to mention your work to a potential customer. 
  • Make a check list and set goals for yourself and do your best to hit each goal. 


1 comment:

  1. Hey, thanks so much for giving me the chance to have some time on your blog. I think the more we can help each other the better off we will all be.

    Thanks again! I'm always ready to give advice to the new writer.

    I've helped people that are just starting out, and those that have been in the business have been a great help to me.

    I feel it's my duty to help others when I can because I have received so much from those that are on the same path as I am.

    Samantha Fury


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