This is a weird time of year. But anyone who’s met me can tell you I’m okay with weird. During October in Georgia, you never know if you’ll be running the heater or the air conditioning; grocery stores have Halloween decorations displayed across the aisle from Christmas stockings. Even at my house, the seasons are […]
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By Carol Burnside What is written without effort is in general read without pleasure. — Samuel Johnson I believe Johnson’s sentiment is true. Many times I’ve stalled on a particular scene, bits of it running though my head, but a part of me shies away from it. Why? Honestly, I can be the world’s worst […]
It’s hard to top the fabulous post by Tanya Michna/Michaels, but I’m pretty sure this is the icing on the cake for two of you! Motherhood Without Parole goes to Donnell. Mistletoe Baby goes to talia pente. Ladies, please contact me at email@example.com so I can get your books on the way! WOO HOO! WINNERS!
Please welcome our guest today, Tanya Michaels who also writes as Tanya Michna. At age 9, Tanya Michna–who writes for Harlequin as Tanya Michaels–began surreptitiously “borrowing” her mother’s Harlequins. By high school, Tanya was openly reading three romance novels a week and knew exactly what she wanted to do “when she grew up.” A three-time […]