Author Interview: Self-Publishing With Rebekah DeVall

To all my beautiful people,

As promised, I’m starting to work on a series concerning self-publishing. Since I recently reviewed a book by a newly and successfully self-published author, I thought we might start by asking her a few questions concerning what the process was like for her as a new writer.

As mentioned before, Rebekah DeVall is a part of a missionary family. She has been writing for years, but only recently published a novel, Aveza of the Ercanhelm. Rebekah writes primarily retellings. However, this was her first published piece that was not a retelling, and it was a genuinely wonderful story.

That said, I was able to have the chance to discuss with her on several things varying from writing strategy, the writing of retellings, and the self-publishing process. We are happy to be able to share that with you today, and I hope you enjoy it.


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Book Review: Aveza of the Ercanhelm

To all my beautiful people:

Seeing as I’ve felt like doing a series on self-publishing for a while now, I’m about to start that. Yay. Finally. That said, I’m also going to start that off with this review of a new book recently published by a young lady who has started her career off through self-publishing.

Later, I will be holding an interview with her, as well as an interview with someone who works in the field of marketing for self-publishing. And hopefully some others. So in the upcoming weeks, I hope that you will find some beneficial articles that may give authors and readers alike an idea of the hard work that it takes to self-publish a book.

That said, this first review is on a book titled Aveza of the Ercanhelm. And without further ado, here it is.


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