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GUEST BLOG: The Truth Behind the London Monster by Donna Scott

Almost everyone has heard of Jack the Ripper, the villain who wandered the streets of London in 1888, killing prostitutes in the dead of night. Few people are aware, however, that he...

GUEST BLOG: Location, Location, Location: Why a Dream Novel Setting Will Always Sweep You Away by Kristy Cambron Plus Giveaway!

It wasn’t until I sat down to write The Paris Dressmaker that I went back through my previous novels and realized something . . . I’d put a pivotal Paris scene in...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: Christmas Traditions the Ties that Bind by Jennifer St. Giles

Looking back over the years, I find many wonderful memories in my heart from Christmas times together with family. Memories that are made even more precious after losing my mom just a...

HOLIDAY MEMORIES: A New Year A New Word by Lucy Monroe

Several years ago, I tried something new (to me) to ring in the New Year. Instead of making resolutions, I followed the advice of an inspirational speaker and chose a word for...

INTERVIEW: Joanne Guidoccio on NO MORE SECRETS

Today we welcome the author of No More Secrets, Joanne Guidoccio. Thank you so much for joining us today. Your book, No More Secrets, which was released September 16, 2020, is about an...

GUEST BLOG: STOP! Whether “Others” Have Written a Book on the Subject You’re Writing is None of Your Business by Andrea Fraser

As a non-fiction book coach for mothers, as well as a published author of two books (one traditionally published and one self-published) I know only too well the excuses women give themselves...

GUEST BLOG: THE CLAIRES: A Curse or a Blessing? by C.L. Gaber

To see or not see? To hear or not to hear? To feel or not to feel. That is the question in my new book, The Claires. A spin-off of the Ascenders book series, it revolves around...

BOOK BLAST: SHE’S THE ONE WHO THINKS TOO MUCH by S.R. Cronin

The War Stories of the Seven Troublesome Sisters: Book One Publication Date: November 13, 2020 Do you know what your problem is? Ryalgar knows hers. People have been telling this over-educated 13th-century woman for years....
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