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Gone Writin’

Yes, once again I’ve gone off writing. May is going to be a challenging month for me. I’m at the end of the school year, my daughter is graduating from college, and I have two book deadlines set for June … Continue reading

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Character Interview with Erick Axelsson of She Came With the Tide

Today I’m interviewing Erik Axelsson, from She Came With the Tide. We had his author, Viviana Mackade, on Be My Guest  just a couple of weeks ago, so now I get your side of the story. LOL Have you and Vivi … Continue reading

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Jenna Jaxon’s 12 Books of Christmas Giveaway Winners!

Yesterday we had a great time with all the wonderful readers who dropped in to check out the 12 Books authors! Lots of people looking for new authors and I certainly hope you found some. Now, without further ado, here … Continue reading

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Words That Make You Go Ewww! by Jenna Jaxon

Originally posted on Nights of Passion:
I love words. We as authors are wordsmiths. Words are our livelihood. I love language and even though its rules sometimes makes me crazy, I really do enjoy putting words together in the best…

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Five Stages of Editing Grief by Elizabeth MS Flynn

I’m reblogging a post from Savvy Authors today that is near and dear to my heart, especially now: Editing. This article is called The Five Stages of Editing Grief and boy is it on the money! I hope you enjoy … Continue reading

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Seaside Fashions of the 19th Century

Originally posted on Mimi Matthews:
“The close of the London and Parisian Season has now arrived, and the Fashionable World has sought the invigorating breezes of the Seaside…” The Ladies’ Monthly Magazine, 1869. (Individual Images via LACMA, V&A, and the…

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Dream Come True: I Have an Agent!

I’ve been working toward getting an agent to represent my books for seven years, almost since I started writing. And in April, my dream actually came true—just when I wasn’t expecting it! I’d finally finished a major revision of my … Continue reading

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