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Release Day!

 Release. A favorite word in romance, no doubt. It signals an ending of some type, hopefully the euphoric type. For authors, it means “beginning”. One Night in Minneapolis begins today. In the span of 24-hours, Vince and Skylar are going … Continue reading

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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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The beast of winter

Winter’s got us in its grips and since I’m stuck in the house – more or less – I’m working on characters. I’m  spending time re-evaluating the characters I’m writing, and I’m looking at review comments. Some authors don’t read their … Continue reading

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Manufactured holiday?

On a day that celebrates love, many scoff at the manufactured, capitalist holiday, saying they don’t need a holiday to demonstrate their love. When I hear that, I automatically think their spouse, lover, or partner must be a lucky person. … Continue reading

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Hiatus to end

My self-imposed writing hiatus is ending. There comes a time when you thirst for the joy you used to feel and can’t resist its familiarity. Continue reading

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In the rear view mirror

Yes, that’s where 2014 is.  Today I think the year must feel like Mondays…scorned if the year went badly. I had some tough, tough times. I looked at my Facebook year-in-review and man, it wasn’t pretty. But Facebook isn’t my … Continue reading

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