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Welcome Author, Jenna Ives !!

PROGRAMMED TO PLEASE   I’m a traditionally-published author, but I’m stepping into the exciting world of self-publishing with a slightly-futuristic erotic romance series called The Tau Cetus Chronicles, in which police agents and Beautiful Dolls sex robots are primary characters. The first book in the series is titled Programmed To Please. Here’s the premise: Very […]

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MOM RULES

by:  Sandra Elzie There are a lot of adjectives that could be used to describe me:  Female, retired, Christian, romance fiction writer, wife, aunt…and the list goes on and on.  But there’s one that I’m very proud of that I’m focusing on today.  Mother.  Aw, yes, and now that I’m on the “other side” of […]

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WHY DO YOU WRITE? by KELLY L. STONE

  Why Do You Write? Honoring Your Writer Self-Image   By Kelly L. Stone     Answer this question: Why do you write? Whatever your answer is, whether it’s to achieve a lifelong dream of seeing your novel on a store bookshelf, to pen your family’s memoirs, or for the simple pleasure of capturing an […]

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Welcome Our Guest : Author JENNIFER MCQUISTON

I am a romance writer at heart, and in my fictional world, heroines always have good intentions. But in the real world, it doesn’t always work out for the best. Take this week, for example. No, really. Take this week. Please. Take it and hide it, so I can pretend it never happened. You see, […]

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What’s Your Name Telling? by Linda Joyce

Is Your Name Telling Tales about You? Many thanks to the writers at Petit Fours and Hot Tamales for hosting me. It’s very nice to have this opportunity to visit with all of you. I’m opening up the discussion with Is Your Name Telling Tales about You? I’m often asked how about the selection process […]

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THE WITNESS by Nora Roberts

by Sandra Elzie Have you ever started reading a book and couldn’t put it down?  In fact, you missed out on hours and hours of sleep because you read until your eyes blurred?  Well, that’s the experience I had after starting to read Nora’s new book…The Witness.   Of course, it’s not technically new since it has […]

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