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Welcome Debut Author CHRISTINE GLOVER !!

North Carolina: A Beautiful Setting for The Maverick’s Red Hot Reunion by Christine Glover I’m so happy to visit my friends at Petit Fours & Hot Tamales today as I celebrate my debut novel’s release. The Maverick’s Red Hot Reunion is set in a fictional resort located in North Carolina. Sweetbriar Springs is a short […]

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Fifth Year Anniversary Celebration: Where Are They Now?

By Marilyn Baron Last year, I went to see Skyfall, the new James Bond thriller. At the end of the movie, they announced it was the 50th anniversary of the franchise. I couldn’t believe it had been 50 years. How old did that make me? Don’t answer that. In going back over my records, I […]

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Saturday Morning Mash-Up

  Carol Burnside pushed the button and e-mailed her partial and synopsis to Harlequin’s Medical Romance line the UK.  This is the one where she received editor feedback from an online pitch. Way to go Carol! Sally Kilpatrick has that Hot Yoga thing going on with her Adventures in Yoga.  Gotta LOVE those underwear SNAFUs. […]

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Good News & a Mash-Up

  ~First the Good News~   Carol Burnside/Annie Rayburn has been a bit scarce in cyberland.  And here is the reason why.  She entered the Editor Pitch Challenge for Harlequin Mills and Boon’s Medical Romance line and was one of the authors invited to pitch.  Woohoo!!!! Hop over to her blog to see a blurb […]

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Our FIRST Good News and Mash-Up blog post

~~Good News~~   Life is great for the Petit Fours and Hot Tamales crew.  Things are completely different from the first year we started blogging and we are incredibly proud of everything we’ve accomplished in such a short amount of time. As a new feature for the blog this year, we thought we’d take a […]

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The Name Game

by Christine Glover Names are very important. They define us. They encircle us. They are a first impression of one often gets of a person. Therefore I put a lot of effort into naming the creatures and critters and little person I birthed. Initially, my names for my critters were uninspired. Two guinea pigs were […]

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