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Angie Dent
Angie Dent
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    Women's Fiction Christian Fiction Poetry Christian Nonfiction Religion & Spirituality
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 4
  • Profession: Writer
  • Member Since: Sep 2017
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  • Followers: 5
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BIOGRAPHY

Angie Dent is a songwriter of stories. Just as a songwriter tells his stories set to entertaining music, Angie tells life stories set to engaging, moving fiction.

Angie cares about people and her passion for helping others shines through her writing. Through her books, she helps Christians see an answer. Her stories help you to see a way out of your circumstances.

She uses many of her own and other Christian’s experiences so that Christians know life’s circumstances won't overwhelm them.

After reading her books, Christians are helped by knowing countless ways God has delivered and can deliver from impossible looking situations.

She has 5 published books available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble,
Books a Million and other major on-line book retailers.

Angie Dent Books

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FINISH: 28 Declarations to move you one step closer to your dream
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FINISH: 28 Declarations to move you one step closer to your dreamby Angie DentPublish: Oct 27, 2018Advice & How To General Nonfiction Christian Nonfiction Religion & Spirituality
Covenant Keeper 2: Stories of God's Promises to Every Believer
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Covenant Keeper 2: Stories of God's Promises to Every Believerby Angie DentPublish: May 22, 2019Christian Fiction General Nonfiction
Just for Girlfriends!!
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Just for Girlfriends!!by Angie DentPublish: Apr 04, 2018Women's Fiction Christian Fiction Religion & Spirituality
Cumplidor Del Pacto: Historias Poéticas de las Promesas de Dios para Cada Creyente (Spanish Edition)
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Cumplidor Del Pacto: Historias Poéticas de las Promesas de Dios para Cada Creyente (Spanish Edition)by Angie DentPublish: Sep 21, 2017Christian Fiction Religion & Spirituality

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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 23 days ago
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    • What is that one thing you think readers generally don't know about your specific genre?
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      • Angie Dent Angie Dent 23 days ago
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      • I think readers generally don’t know how versatile Christian fiction is. With this genre, the writer can use entertainment to convey a godly message to readers. Fiction, non-fiction and even poetry can be freely woven into the same book without compromising the reader experience.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 23 days ago
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    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • Angie Dent Angie Dent 23 days ago
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      • Yes! I have definitely experienced writer’s block. I think most writers have. For me, sometimes writer’s block rears its pesky, little head when I have a deadline. Here are some tips to use to overcome writer’s block.

        Take a break from what you’re writing. Start brainstorming for another chapter or story. This will take the pressure off. Once you start writing something new, creativity will start flowing again freeing you to go back to your previous work.

        Another way to deal with writer’s block is to start writing or typing something silly. Keep writing silly phrases, words or even songs (more ridiculous the better). This will help you to relax, rid stress and release words. Before you know it, you’ll be back to writing again!
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      • Angie Dent Angie Dent 1 month ago
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      • My answer to this question may sound unusual to many. Having best sellers and thousands of positive reviews is unquestionably literary success. Although I wouldn’t turn down any one of these, to me, literary success looks different.

        Last year, I was looking at my book sales report. Sales were few. At first, it was disappointing, but one thing on the report changed that. On the second sheet, it showed the number of people who read my book for free through Kindle Unlimited. The report showed only one person had read my book. That person lived in Canada!

        Although I didn’t make a sale from that person reading my book, I was excited as if I had made record sales! The one thing I wanted most from writing books was to encourage and help Christians across the globe. That report told me I had!

        To me, that’s what literary success looks like.
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    • AllAuthor AllAuthor 1 month ago
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    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • Angie Dent Angie Dent 1 month ago
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      • Well, I haven’t written a novel yet. Mainly, I write short story collections. For many of my stories, I create the settings and characters and then place them within real-life events from my life and those of other Christians.
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      • Angie Dent Angie Dent 1 month ago
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      • My passion for writing began when I heard poetry for the first time. The rhythm and language of it struck a strong chord with me. That moved me to start writing my own poetry and prose. The desire to extend my prose led me to fiction writing.

        I began writing over 10 years ago. I have been writing professionally for 3 years.
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