Monthly Archives: March 2014

It’s Crawfish Season by Pepper Phillips

Crawfish sseason is upon us. This means that I’ll be eating crawfish at least once a week until June. I think the all time best was six times in one week. LOL We grow our own in several ponds located … Continue reading

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How to write a Love Scene

A couple years ago, I attended a fantastic presentation by Angela Knights on how to write a good sex scene. Here is more or less what Angela said—I hope I got it right, Angela.  Love scenes illustrate the development of … Continue reading

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Character Interview

The other day after updating an interview on a lead female character in a series, I’d written a couple of years back, I received quite the surprise. Personal questions pertaining to her growth as a person, were foremost on my … Continue reading

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Advice to Romance Readers by Stephanie Queen

I’m going to take this chance to spout off  pontificate  preach  delight   whatever  communicate to readers of romance. I love to talk, but since I’m a writer, I’ll write you all a letter. Of advice. With my sincerest expert opinion … Continue reading

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Romance Is Forever Young by Joan Reeves

Have you noticed that most romance novels are peopled by the young and beautiful? Yeah, I’m a master of stating the obvious. Sure, traditionally-published novels usually starred those under thirty-five. In fact, an editor once said to an author: “Make … Continue reading

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One of the coolest things about being a writer, besides being able to work in pajamas when I choose to, is the time I get to spend in other people’s heads and in other people’s lives. Sounds a bit creepy … Continue reading

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Happy St. Paddy’s Day

In 2011 I was fortunate enough to spend twelve days in Ireland driving around, seeing the sights. It was a trip for my mother, a birthday present when she turned 50. Although her health limited her from some of the activities, we … Continue reading

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