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Can a Porcupine Learn to be a Crocodile

Growing up in the Midwest, I was afraid of tornados. They came out of nowhere without the warnings we sometimes get today, and they laid waste to all in their path. I was fascinated with them by the time I attended … Continue reading

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Inspiration versus The Rules ( #pnr #bdsm #MFRWAuthor)

By Lisabet Sarai I didn’t start out as a romance author. My debut novel Raw Silk (first edition 1999) had romantic elements and an unequivocal HEA ending, but the book was marketed by its publisher Black Lace as “erotica for … Continue reading

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Logan’s Time by Dayna Leigh Cheser #eggcerptexchange

Logan’s Time by Dayna Leigh Cheser Book Blurb Set in the wilds of the Scottish Highlands, this 19th century historical romance looks at the life and loves of Logan, the Duke of Muileach, beginning when he’s seven years old. Grandson … Continue reading

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5 Things to Know (and Embrace) about Book Review

I don’t know about you, but I get most of my book recommendations from two sources – Amazon recommendations and my friends. Amazon has that powerful algorithm, studying all my buying behaviors and spitting out a long list of books … Continue reading

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What Makes a Novel a Romance?

There are as many definitions of romance as there are dictionaries. The most common definition, and the most widely accepted, is a “feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love.” But all of the definitions digress quickly, adding statements like … Continue reading

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Meet “Perfectly Honest” Linda O’Connor

Please join me in welcoming Linda O’Connor, author of the Perfectly series. I love a fellow romance writer who appreciates a great lake view and a happy ending. Perfectly Honest (Book 1, Perfectly Series) You never know where your words … Continue reading

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Ungranted Wishes by Grace Risata

Today, it is my pleasure to introduce a new author and a new genre to my site. Grace Risata has shared a bit of her paranormal Romantic comedy, Ungranted Wishes. I just have to love a fellow hotdog lover. Check … Continue reading

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Lost Your Spark? 6 Sexy Solutions to Add Romance Now

We all lose the spark in our relationships now and then. Maybe work concerns us, we are busy with kids or have financial issues. Maybe we feel fat, think our partner is fat, or we are just fighting a cold. … Continue reading

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“Lily and the Gambler” by Linda McLaughlin #eggcerptexchange

Please welcome Linda McLaughlin and get a taste of her romance, Lily and the Gambler. I know you will enjoy it. And be sure to read Linda’s biography. She writes under several pen names and I can’t wait to read something … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of Second Chances – Meet Courtney Hunt

Today, I have the pleasure of introducing you to Courtney Hunt, as well as her Kindle Scout Award winning novel, The Lost Art of Second Chances. If I know you, you will want rush out to buy this and many other … Continue reading

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