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What’s in a POV?

POV…point of view. In a writer’s world, that’s who’s telling the story (at least at the moment). When I start writing a new piece, that’s the first thing I have to decide. In romances, you’re usually sharing two points of … Continue reading

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Hello? Is there an echo in here?

I can’t believe the date on my last post. My sincere apologies for not updating this blog more regularly. I won’t make excuses but I will say that I have been working a crazy nighttime shift until just last week. … Continue reading

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Steamy Boston Boyfriends – Win it!

A hot hookup in Miami turns into a steamy romance in Boston. Win Boston Boyfriends tonight. Continue reading

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Welcome 2014

Anyone who tried to convince me that 2013 would be my lucky year would only be half right. I got a new job – which I like very much and needed – and I landed some terrific new publishers toward … Continue reading

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My Year in Covers

While you may be wrapping presents, I’m unwrapping them. Covers on my bookshelf illustrate what I’ve accomplished this year. You’ve read about my struggles and it’s time to put those away and celebrate plowing through all that and finding great … Continue reading

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Giant steps forward

  November will be an exciting month for me. It marks a new beginning in my writing career that looks dramatically different than it has.     The Poet’s Wife will be out November 11. I’m eager to see whether … Continue reading

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Last Days of Summer Hop – Welcome Steph Beck!

Wow them with Yum. I really like to make yummy things to eat and give away. I do it all year ‘round, but in the summer it gets a little difficult to bake without heating up the house to seriously … Continue reading

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