Category Archives: Sheila’s Posts

Book Trailers- An Inside Scoop

  In the interest of full discloser I own the copyright to the term “book trailer” and I own the leading book trailer production company in the US and the UK.  And I’m about to share some information with you … Continue reading

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When Characters Die

Part of the reason I love to read romance is because, by definition of the genre, you get a happily ever after.  You know there will be a hero and heroine in conflict, but regardless of what that conflict is … Continue reading

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Nano-Am I Nuts? By Guest Blogger Susan Edwards

Here it is, November, one of the busiest months of the year. Thanksgiving is around the corner, stores are hammering us with Christmas items we can’t live without, we’re making travel and holiday plans and if you’re a writer, there’s … Continue reading

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The Doctor is IN: Why Time Travel is Sexy

If you follow me on Facebook you probably already know that I have a slight obsession with Doctor Who.  It could be argued that this obsession has more to do with David Tennant and Matt Smith than the Doctor, but … Continue reading

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Retell, Reboot and Re-Imagine: Making the Old New Again

Whether you like fairy tales, be it Grimms’ Fairy Tales, which were originally published in 1812 and gave us such classics as Cinderella, Snow White, Repunzel and many others, or perhaps you’re a fan of the Hans Christian Anderson Fairy Tales … Continue reading

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The Laughter, The Fun, The Silence

I was all set to post something about rebooting old stories when the news of Robin Williams’ death hit me like a ton of bricks.  When I was a child I experienced my grandmother dying of cancer.  It was a … Continue reading

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Can You Ever Be Too Old For Certain Types of Entertainment?

About a year ago I was at a large book convention and within that convention was an area dedicated to comics and graphic novels.  The last day of the convention they give away the display copies and I had my … Continue reading

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Fearing the Famous: Meeting the Wonderful

I’ve met some pretty famous people and you’d think that makes my travels and job really exciting. It does.  But, it comes with some pitfalls you might not expect.  You see, when you meet someone you admire, regardless of how … Continue reading

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Living Vicariously and Other Random Thoughts

Readers live vicariously through books, traveling to exotic destinations without ever leaving your home (or your pajamas!).  But, in addition to books, we love to live through our friend’s adventures meeting authors, traveling to interesting places, having fun at conventions … Continue reading

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