Read her first column on "Plotting Your Story"
Wendy Dewar Hughes writes inspirational romantic suspense novels set in contemporary times. Her fiction inspires and entertains readers with compelling plots, fascinating characters and a sprinkling of satisfying romance. Her page-turning fiction is fast-paced and exciting with sparks of humour where least expected.
Her novel, Picking up the Pieces, is available from the Book Store and on Amazon.com in paperback and e-book version. The e-book version is also available on Kobo, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords and more.
Wendy is unafraid of exploring the deeper questions of the spiritual life: How do I hear God's voice? Why does evil continue to ruin people's lives? Does the Bible really have anything to tell us about how to live today?
Fiction is not the only writing Wendy Dewar Hughes does. Her book, Turning on the Light - Finding Your Sweet Place in the Spirit, is now available on Amazon.com.
As well as being an author, Wendy Dewar Hughes is a book mentor and writing coach. She is the author of numerous ghost written books (where she does the writing for the author) as well as her own titles.
As with most creative people, Wendy is creative in more than one area. Besides being a novelist, she is also a professional artist. She creates custom-designed book covers for her writing and publishing clients' books and she also licenses her art work to gift companies to apply to various products that are sold throughout the world.
Being a visual artist helps her to create amazing word pictures in her writing and her readers often comment that her descriptions are so realistic they felt they were in the scene themselves.
Wendy is the owner of Summer Bay Press, a company that mentors writers to start and complete their books. Summer Bay Press also offers custom cover designing, interior book design and e-book formatting.
The other columns at The Working Writer's Club are Book Marketing by Karen Cioffi, Getting Motivated by Irene Roth, Writing Tips by Amy O'Quinn, Journaling by Tina Games, Writing for Children by Melissa Abramovitz, Becoming a Writer - Getting Started by Phyllis Turner, Memoir Writing by Dorit Sasson, and Jobs for Writers, For Writers, Magazine Writing and Freelance Writing by various guest bloggers.