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The Chaos of Summer

I love peace and solitude, especially when I write. I haven’t found it this summer. The week after my husband and I returned from a vacation out of the country, we moved my youngest daughter and our three-year-old grandson back into our house. My seven-year-old granddaughter was to come for a week or two before school […]

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I’m a Branding Mess! by Constance Gillam

  Okay, I admit it. I need help. I have no brand. I write what I like to read, which means my manuscripts run the gamut from: women’s fiction, romantic suspense, paranormal, and contemporary romance. I also have on the back burner a historical and a YA thriller. How can I possibly brand myself with […]

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The Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men….

I’d hoped today would be release day for Lakota Dreaming, but sadly not. It’s still about a week away. So I thought I’d give you an excerpt from the upcoming novel, which will be available in print at the same time as on Amazon, Smashwords, and Nook. Excerpt from Lakota Dreaming: Zora had flown down this […]

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Cover Reveal-Lakota Dreaming by Constance Gillam

A few years ago I watched a movie about a group of Native American prisoners on a work detail  passing through an African American town sometime between 1870-1900. There was a young teacher in the town and she fell in love with one of the captured Indians. He planned an escape and wanted her to run away […]

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Floundering in Atlanta by Constance Gillam

    I’m starting a new book and don’t have a title, and not one character name. All I have is a premise. Normally this wouldn’t bother me, but I’m feeling a little insecure about this project.  This untitled book is a historical.  I’ve never written anything other than contemporary. The subject matter is heavy […]

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