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In-House Author, Sandra Elzie, writing as SANDRA McGREGOR

Must an author always write the same type of book? The books I normally write are sweet, small-town romances…usually with children and even the occasional pet. But every now and then, I get an idea for a romantic suspense. Yes, I know what the experts say…that readers get used to what an author writes and […]

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Please Welcome Author, A.J. KIRBY

HOT-SPOTS A.J. Kirby For me – one of the biggest sports fans you could hope to meet – perhaps the most memorable image of this year’s soccer World Cup in Brazil was not the breathtaking image of a beautifully-wrought goal, nor was it the shot of the Brazilian players as they strained nerve and sinew […]

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What Writers Wish Readers Knew

by Sandra Elzie   Recently I was talking to one of my reader fans and she asked me a question that I had to ponder a moment before I could answer. Her question was: What do authors wish readers knew?   Wow…what an open-ended question. Before giving her my answer, I gave her a disclaimer. […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Protector S.O. S. by Susan Kearney

How many of you like reading a good suspense novel?  Well, there are a lot of good ones available, but if you’re looking for a GREAT suspense novel, look no further.  Go to Amazon and purchase any of the numerous Harlequin Intrigue books written by Susan Kearney and you can’t possibly go wrong. I recently […]

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Welcome to author LORELIE BROWN

RIDING THE WAVE takes place in Southern California, in a town called San Sebastian. It’s make believe, in case you were about to look it up on Google Maps, but I grew up all over California, with a big emphasis on SoCal. I miss California. It’s got a different feel, a different kind of atmosphere […]

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New Releases !! AMANDA and DAD NEXT DOOR

By Sandra McGregor   I was raised for the first dozen years in a small town in North Carolina…a town where everyone knew everyone else…and everyone knew as much about their neighbor’s personal business as they did about their own.But all-in-all, that wasn’t such a bad thing. Folks knew when you needed help…and they were […]

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