Over the years I’ve confused people with the number of websites and blogs I run. My intentions were to keep my many sides separate. I’m a sportswriter, a devotional writer, a journalist, a freelance editor and an aspiring novelist. Over the past year, though, I’ve been re-evaluating my web presence and have come to a conclusion that it’s more important to have content and links in one place – right here on my website.
I’ll be adding information here soon about my editing services (you’ll find it in the tabs above), and I’ll be posting links to my newest articles that appear around the web as well as blogging about the writing process once in a while, too. In other words, this will be my main hub on the web.
This will allow me to let you in on a few good deals, including this one – until June 29, Revell has reduced the price of the e-book version of my singles devotional, Single Servings, to $1.99 on the Kindle and Nook. Christianbook.com is offering the e-version for $1.59. Single Servings came out nine years ago, but it still has an audience among kindreds who are navigating life without a spouse and I’m so grateful for that.
Speaking of books, will you do me a favor? If you have read Single Servings, Racin’ Flat Out for Christ, The Experience of Christmas, Inspiring Thoughts for Golfers or Fun Facts for Sports Lovers, will you take a few minutes to leave a review on Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, GoodReads or anywhere else you hang out online? The more good reviews a book receives, the more exposure it gets.
The latest article I had published appears on the SB Nation website, MinorLeagueBall.com. During the College World Series, I had the opportunity to follow the TCU Horned Frogs as they visited sick patients at Children’s Hospital & Medical Center in Omaha. The thing I was most impressed with was, long after the tour was over and the video cameras were off, the players talked among themselves about the patients, mentioning them by name. Here’s a link to the story: Hospital Visit Makes Impact on TCU Players
Some of you have asked about the novel I wrote last fall. I’m in the middle of revisions and have every intention of writing book two in the series this fall. I spoke to an editor recently who is interested in seeing a proposal about book one, so I’m shifting gears to work on that. Hopefully, I’ll have good news to share about it soon.
Lee Warren is a freelance writer and editor who has written twelve non-fiction books, one novella and hundreds of articles for various newspapers and magazines as well as edited more than 50 books that currently appear in print. He's a fan of NASCAR, baseball, tennis, books, movies and coffee shops.