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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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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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On The Road Again with author, MAUREEN HARDEGREE

On the Road Again with Someone Who Looks Like My Husband By Maureen Hardegree When you’ve been married for over twenty years, you probably think you have learned all there is to know about your spouse. If you’re like me, you have the list of foods he dislikes committed to memory and have made good […]

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True To The Highlander …Author BARBARA LONGLEY

  TRUE TO THE HIGHLANDER has a twisting, turning plot. It’s the kind of story you can sink your teeth into, and I’d like to share where the idea originated. My process is as twisty as the plot. I was reading a book about haunted castles in Scotland, and I came across the tale of […]

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Welcome……Author MEG MOSELEY !

  I’ll be guilty of stating the obvious here, but the writing life can be tough.  Writers need thick skin to survive rejections and brutal reviews, but we also need tender hearts or we won’t connect with our characters or with our readers.  I was reminded of this ever-present tension when I mucked out my […]

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