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1,2,3 and Go!

A brand new series for a brand new year! I wanted to start this year off right. I managed to bring closure to a lot of areas in my life and every time I close a door, I open a … Continue reading

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Writerly Confessions

It’s been more than two years since I published a new story (Fire Within, December 2013). And it’s going on three years since my last novel with Harlequin was released (A Time for Us, June 2013). Walking away from an … Continue reading

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Friday Finds

Happy New Year and welcome to Friday Finds! We would love your input for discounted books, free books, book recommendations or new releases and book contests (where books are the prize). Feel free to submit through our Friday Finds Submission … Continue reading

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Kick Ass Heroines: Love them or hate them?

I love a strong female protagonist, but they don’t have to be able to beat people up for them to be “kick ass” in my opinion.  As a matter of fact, I don’t want my heroine to be so much … Continue reading

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Happy holidays and happy reading time

First of all, I want to wish everyone a happy holiday season. May your gatherings be warm, merry, and bright, and may your travels be safe. I have a confession to make. One of my favorite things about the holiday … Continue reading

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What is Cinderella’s Deal?

There are so many versions of the Cinderella story out there, in different times and different cultures, there has to be something about it that speaks to people.  I am fascinated with this. The basic story is a girl finds herself … Continue reading

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Would You Take a Book Because It’s Free? Why or Why Not?

What does it say about us, as readers, or about books, that we would turn away free books? Are there too many free books? Obviously, if you’re offered a book you’d not read because it’s not a genre you like … Continue reading

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It’s almost time – Now You See Her… coming November 17th!

This series has been a wonderful ride for me. From the first book, Tuesday’s Child that was a final four entry in the Kensington / RT Reviews a few years ago to book 7, Eyes to hte Soul being a … Continue reading

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Drawing Inspiration from Myth and Legend: Guest Post by Monica Corwin

As a writer sometimes finding inspiration is difficult. Whether it is because you got a little too much of the mundane during the day (“Mommy I dropped my tablet and broke it for the second time.”) or because you are … Continue reading

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thoughts on creativity…

One Year I decided to break out of my safe, and scrimping lifestyle and splurge on a trip to Italy to study Jungian thought. It was magical. One of the presenters was Makoto Fujimura, an abstract artist who is so talented and … Continue reading

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