Monthly Archives: July 2014


Sometimes beginnings sneak up on us. A casual run-in with a stranger on the street can turn into a lifelong friendship. A conversation can change the way we look at our world. A remark can change our perception of our … Continue reading

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The All Time Best Writing Exercise Dreamed Up By a Nun by Stephanie Queen

Lets pretend you asked me where I come up with my stories. You’ll never believe it, but some people actually do ask authors this question. Even Myren my chauffeur asked me this once a long time ago before he knew … Continue reading

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My Life as an Author

In a former life, I was a chemist. For years my writing consisted in detailing standard operating procedures or outlining contracts in a concise, straight to the point approach. When I started writing romance, I had to learn how to … Continue reading

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If you are blessed with old friends, then life has been good to you. Unfortunately most of my old friends have either moved away or passed on to a better life. I’m grateful for the friends who are still around. … Continue reading

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History Close to Home by Susan R. Hughes

The first three books in my Music Box Series are now available as a boxed set! In this series, a music box brings three generations of couples together, from Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1923 to Vancouver, B.C., in 1957. One … Continue reading

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Looking for Love by Joan Reeves

This wedding season has been bountiful for romance readers. I hope you’ve been enjoying the 11 novellas, or short novels, of Weddings on Main Street. Wedding: Ultimate Love Story? In today’s world where couples live together and often have children … Continue reading

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Last Friday, my husband took me and our children to see Lerner & Loewe’s Brigadoon at the Goodman Theater in Chicago as a surprise for our wedding anniversary.     To truly understand how wonderfully thoughtful this was, you have … Continue reading

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