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A Fun New Series ~ Raine English

Grab your beach hat and a towel and prepare for a brand new series brought to you by twelve New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors… Twelve heartwarming, sweet novellas linked by a unifying theme. Beach Brides! Fun in … Continue reading

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What would you do???

Have you ever been so frustrated with those you love that you hand wrote and then texted to them a photo image of a “non-love letter”? I have. And it’s still taped to the microwave. I can’t say that this … Continue reading

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A Bride for Prince Paul on #KindleScout

Guest Post from Mona Risk A Bride for Prince Paul on Kindle Scout My Kindle Scout campaign for A Bride for Prince Paul has launched. Here is the URL: https://kindlescout.amazon.com/p/37BZQ1K8SCMK7 May I count on your nomination? If I get selected … Continue reading

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The First and Last Line

The first and last line of your novel is really the first impression and, hopefully, the lasting impression. The first line should make you say—and then what happened? And the last line should propel you to the author’s blog in … Continue reading

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First Monday of the Month

I have a new book coming out mid-May. It’s awaiting its cover – otherwise I’d show it to you. It’s a historical western, A Rancher’s Request, but a good potion of it is set in the Tidewater area of Virginia. … Continue reading

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New Project – Spring 2017

Happy Wednesday, All! As some of you may know, I am a lawyer by training as well as a high-conflict family law mediator. I mention that because up until now I haven’t been able to write about any aspect of … Continue reading

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What is a “Sweet or “Clean” Romance?

Lately I’ve been asked by a number of readers, and some authors too, to define a “sweet” or “clean” romance. While there seems to be some discrepancy within the publishing industry around these terms, the general consensus is that sweet … Continue reading

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