Sunday, March 21, 2010

Complete List . . .


Complete list of books by Angela Elwell Hunt:

I've received several emails from people asking for a complete list of my books all in one place. (On my website, they are divided into categories for ease of searching.)

If you're truly interested, you can find a complete list, with publication date and publisher, in my entry on Wikipedia. Here's a link if you're interested.

~~Angie

11 comments:

Mocha with Linda said...

Wow. You have really cranked them out! One hundred books in just over 20 years is incredible!

Ruthie said...

Hmmmm...methinks the word "prolific" is an understatement! ;-)

Alison W. said...

I made my own list of all your books (minus the childrens' titles) and I kept a copy for myself and for my mother-in-law. I can say I have read all of them except for The Heavenly Daze and the non-fiction titles. You are my favorite author and I pass your name onto as many people as I can. This list is even better - I have copied it to share with others.
Alison

5:21 PM

Accidental Poet said...

You rock :)

Angela said...

(Blushing) Thanks, gals. I just like to keep busy. :-)

Angie

Anonymous said...

Finally had a chance to really go through the list, and it raised some questions for me. (Hope I'm not being a pain.) Which was the first book, "Long Hair..." or "Too Old..." in 1988. Jadyn loves "Long Hair"! Noticed "Just a Country Preacher" was 1986 - wouldn't that title be first? Why are the 3 with Grant Jeffrey not considered a series? Lastly, I read the Charles Dyer books years ago. Don't see you listed as being on "the team". Is this one of those collaborations where you are involved but don't get credit? Clyde

Angela said...

You're not being a pain, Clyde, and I'm happy to answer your questions.

IF I HAD LONG LONG HAIR was the first book, soon followed by TOO OLD, etc. And JUST A COUNTRY PREACHER wasn't done in the typical way--it was a work for hire done for the Old Time Gospel Hour, not a royalty-paying publisher, so I don't count that as a "first book." And yes, I was a co-writer on the Charles Dyer book, and on the original edition my name was on the cover. But after that book went OP, he took it to another publisher and they published it without my name. Yes, I wrote them about the oversight. :-) And that's all I have to say about that.

Angie, feeling "Forest Gump-ish"

Angela said...

Oops, forgot a question:

The three books with Grant Jeffrey are sort of considered a series--I think they called it "The Millennium Series," but it wasn't marketed as a series. So the three books do go together, but since they can be read as stand-alones, they're usually marketed as single titles.

Angie

Angela said...

And P.S.S. :

And yes, I've ghostwritten several books where my name isn't on the cover. And because it's not supposed to be, those books aren't on the aforementioned list.

Though I don't do ghostwritten books any more.

Angie

Anonymous said...

You ARE an angel for your patience and your answers. Many thanks!!! Clyde

Barbara said...

Very impressive list! Authors have always fascinated me. You are able to pull all those wonderful books out of your mind and present them to us like a "gift" to be absorbed and enjoyed. It's an awesome process. I have tons of respect for authors!