Darlene Shortridge

Biography

-Darlene Shortridge is the bestselling author of the contemporary Christian novels: Until Forever, Forever Blessed, Forever Loved, The Letter and The Perfect Gift.
-She is a sought after speaker for women’s ministries, retreats, schools, writer’s groups and can often be found mentoring other authors online as well as through her consulting business.
-Darlene loves to share knowledge (sometimes a little too much) and takes joy from seeing others succeed, whether professionally or personally.
-She is the co-author and co-owner with her husband of 40 Day Publishing and selfpub101.com (an online self-publishing school).
-Darlene enjoys scrapbooking, volunteering at her church, and traveling. She loves to cook for her husband (who loves to eat) and entertaining friends and family.
-Vist her at DarleneShortridge.com as well as your favorite social media site.

Where to find Darlene Shortridge online


Where to buy in print


Books

40 Day Publishing: An Author's Workbook and Step by Step Guide to Self Publishing in Eight Weeks or Less!
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 12,510. Language: English. Published: January 29, 2014 by 40 Day Press. Categories: Nonfiction » Publishing » Self-publishing, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Personal Growth / Success
SOMEBODY NEEDS TO READ YOUR STORY! NOW IS THE TIME TO GET IT PUBLISHED! Welcome to 40 day publishing. An authors’ workbook and step by step guide to self-publishing in eight weeks or less! This guide will take you from finished manuscript to published book (print and digital)! If you will follow the timeline, complete each task along the timeline, and stay on track, you will have a published book.
Until Forever
Series: Women of Prayer, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 93,050. Language: English. Published: April 14, 2012 by 40 Day Press. Categories: Fiction » Christian » Contemporary, Fiction » Christian » Romance
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Jessi hung up the phone. That was the fifth time she tried calling home with no answer. She had just started eating lunch when she remembered she had forgotten to call home. It was something she would never forgive herself for.

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