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Welcome AMY PATRICK – author of Channel Twenty Something !!

I’m so excited to be here as a guest chef! On today’s menu… the greatest excuse ever for vegging out and watching movies… We all have favorite movies and movie scenes. Without fail, my favorite scenes are always filled with emotion. I can’t get them out of my mind and sometimes see them and hear […]

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Guest Chef – Piper Huguley- Cover Magic

By Piper Huguley   For years,  I was not very interested in covers.  As a reader, I’m all about the blurb, not the look of the book.  I read the back cover  make a decision about whether or not I should read further.  I was not interested in covers.  Ask my buddy Julie Hilton Steele. Or my […]

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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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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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In-house Guest Chef: Carol Burnside

You can ask any indie published author, getting reviews these days isn’t easy. The market is glutted with books competing for  reviewer attentions, so unless you’ve already got a big following, the reviews will trickle in. We authors give books away as prizes and gently suggest the reader could leave a review on various sites […]

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