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Meet Ann Everett and her Romance “Chirp”

Please join me in welcoming author Ann Everett, a fellow Diet Dr. Pepper addict.  Ann brings her love of romance and her wit to her latest release Chirp. Check out this excerpt and you will be as anxious as I … Continue reading

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Need a Great Summer Read? “Any Duchess Will Do”

In I love vacations, don’t you? I love the change of scenery and schedule despite the fact that I control my own schedule all year long. Oh yeah, I love the chance to catch up on my reading too. In … Continue reading

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Where Rainbows End – Anne Marie Brear’s latest Pot of Gold

Please join me in welcoming AnneMarie Brear, a fellow chocoholic and writer of historical romance. Anne Marie get’s both her love of history and the settings for her novels from a first hand exploration of England, where she grew up and … Continue reading

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5 Guaranteed Ways to Fail at Blogging

It’s Thursday and I need content – again. I am not alone in getting the jitters when Thursday comes around. Other bloggers all over the world feel the same way every week, every month or even every day. Content, new original … Continue reading

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Love at First Fight – Meet Mary E. Thompson

Today, it is my pleasure to introduce to you Mary E. Thompson and her brand new contemporary romance, Love at First Fight. Mary and I share a habit of writing our novels from our living room couches, she because she has … Continue reading

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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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