Monthly Archives: April 2016

Thank you for joining us here on Open Book Blog Hop. This week we’re talking about Lessons Learned. If you have written a novel, you have done what millions aspire to but few ever accomplish. What have you learned along the way—about writing, about publishing, about marketing—abo ]]> Yes, learning lessons is, hopefully, a lifelong pursuit.…

The Many Faces of Love Collection My fellow authors and I are extremely happy to present our collection of love stories for only .99 cents, for a limited time.   The Many Faces of Love Collection includes 9 novels of heartbreak, passion, true love, and everything in between. Featuring: Arielle Immortal Passion by award-winning author…

Now, what was the appeal of suddenly writing a western romance? Several of my friends asked me when I bubbled over with enthusiasm at my latest project. “Well”, I explained, with a couple of historical fiction books already under my belt, when someone suggested I try my hand at this p ]]> My friends were…

  Thank you for joining us on this week’s edition of Open Book Blog Hop, where we talk about everything.  This week, we’re talking about our first memories of reading or our favorite books.  The first romance book I read was written by the fabulous LaVyrle Spencer.  I’ll admit that I first picked up her books…
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