H.C.Paye has been an author for over five years, and a writer for as long as she can remember. Through her writing experience, she's helped other authors with her skills and knowledge in the publishing industry. In 2008, her first novel A Gift from Above was published, making her among the youngest novelists in the world.
In the past few years, she acquired the title of "editor" at Joyfully Reviewed and decided to make the hobby she loves - Graphic Design - her professional career. Recently, she expanded her work towards not only authors, but businesses and people of all types with her business design area, expanding with over 20 new design types including business cards, brochures, and restaurant menus.
Today, Miss Paye continues to write and is working toward a bachelors degree in liberal arts to further improve her graphic design skills. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, entertaining her Twitter followers with her random quips, and actively supporting her favorite organizations such as the Ian Somerhalder Foundation and the HOPE Animal Shelter.
Where to find H.C. Paye online
Where to buy in print
Walking to Cali
When a young couple falls in love, they decide to fulfill their dreams of visiting California, but without a cent to their name, they run into a mass of trouble when they decide to simply walk to their destination. After all, if falling in love is so easy, can't reaching their dreams be?
Old Man Anthology
Everyone has an old man, and it's time to celebrate yours!
A short collection of short stories by various authors both new and established. Especially made to celebrate fathers everywhere with stories ranging from deeply emotional to uplifting and sentimental.
A Gift From Above
When Celia Meyers is no longer an only child, what starts out as magic and fantasies turns into a hellish nightmare. But soon, things get even worse when she's convinced her family has shunned her. So she remembers the one person whom always loved her no matter what - her old nanny, Millie.
H.C. Paye’s tag cloud
H.C. Paye's favorite authors on Smashwords
Smashwords book reviews by H.C. Paye
- Smashwords Style Guide
on Feb. 13, 2011
This was a great style guide, which I breezed through quickly and easily. The only thing I have a suggestion for is the part that shows you how to do the Table of Contents. It's much easier than hyperlinking and all that. Simple make your Table of Contents with Word's automatic TOC builder (make sure you uncheck the page numbers and check the hyperlink button) then you highlight the entire TOC, copy it and paste it in. It'll come out hyperlinked and ready to go.
Otherwise, this style guide made this an easy upload.
- My Blood Approves
on Feb. 21, 2011
I'll write a review as soon as I can stop reading the books...