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Dianna Love, New York Times Best Selling Author Invites Writers and Readers to Come Out and Play Today

Hi everyone (Dianna waving at you) – Thank you, Petit Fours and Hot Tamales, for inviting me back to your blog and congratulations on the new hot look!! I sat down to write my first book in 2001.  I started writing the story I wanted to read, one that opened fast and the pace only […]

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Whispered Lies by Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love

Title: Whispered Lies – A Bad Agency Novel Authors: Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love http://www.sherrilynkenyon.com/ http://www.authordiannalove.com/ (I actually met both Dianna Love (top picture with Annie Oortman) and then Sherrilyn Kenyon (bottom picture) at the M&M Writing Conference this past weekend. Both are AWESOME!!!) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Romantic Suspense ISBN 1-4165-97425 Bureau of American […]

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LUNCH WITH LOVE

by: Sandra Elzie Several months ago when I was encouraged to check out Brenda Novak’s website: http://www.brendanovak.com/ and the auction she puts on each year to benefit Diabetes, I truly didn’t know what I was getting in to. I got sucked in and ended up bidding on numerous things from editor critiques to trips, from […]

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From RWA Nationals to Moonlight & Magnolias

All Conferences Big and Small: How to Navigate the Romance Writers of America’s National Conference, Georgia Romance Writers’ Moonlight & Magnolias, and other One-Day Writing Conferences. Nicki Salcedo is a graduate of Stanford University where she majored in English and Creative Writing. She has served on the Executive Board of Georgia Romance Writers as Recording […]

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The Dreaded C-word: Conflict

How many times have we heard it? Story is all about conflict. If you don’t have conflict, you don’t have a story. Easier said than done, isn’t it?Years ago when I first started writing, I hadn’t heard this advice and most of my scenes just laid there like a lump of overcooked oatmeal. On one […]

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Break Into Fiction® by Dianna Love and Mary Buckham

My work in progress was suffering from a severe case of the missing middle recently. I knew how it opened and how it ended. It was everything else between the two that was not coming together for me. So I broke out my Break Into Fiction® materials. These materials consist of a series of templates […]

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