laurawcarter

Laura Wadsworth Carter is a native of Oxford, Alabama, and a graduate of the University of Montevallo, from which she received a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Education. By day, she's a high school history teacher, amateur gardener, and voracious caffeine consumer. By night, she writes faith-oriented fiction for children and teenagers. At all times, she is a wife and mother, covered by grace. You can follow her on Twitter @MrsCarterWrites or visit her website at https://laurawcarter.com.

Thoughts on Being Published

An interesting thing happens when you write a book. You spend weeks, months, maybe even years, pouring out your thoughts on to paper, watching your word count slowly drift upwards. You dig out things from your imagination, create brand new people, describe thrilling (and sometimes mundane) events, design cultures, and build entire WORLDS. And you […]

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Favorite Toddler Halloween Books

If you have a small child in your life, chances are that you’ve read your fair share of children’s books. Our 2.5 year old son LOVES to read, so our collection is pretty big and includes everything from board books to early-grade readers. Many of these were gifts from our baby shower (attendees brought a […]

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Goodreads Ads: Worth the Price?

You probably know by now that my debut novel, The Elect, was recently published through a small press – Clean Reads. After the initial excitement simmered down, I realized that my biggest challenge was not going to be actually writing the book. It was/is going to be marketing my book. I have the standard Facebook […]

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