Tag Archives: historical

Ready for Another Release? A Sea of Green Unfolding is Out!

Good morning!  Thanks for coming along! I’m very excited to tell you that  A Sea of Green Unfolding  is Now Available! (and I redid the cover!  I hope you like it!) It’s out in ebook and will soon be available … Continue reading

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Casket or Coffin? The rivulets down which writers may find themselves…and does it really matter?

Not to be getting morbid on you this early in the piece, but really, it’s important. Getting the detail right makes a difference to the discerning reader. Whether it’s fiction or non-fiction, a writer may have to leave the main … Continue reading

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A New Member on Main Street: Lizzi Tremayne

Hello! I’m Lizzi Tremayne, an award-winning author of historical romantic thriller/suspense, veterinary non-fiction and soon, veterinary small town contemporary fiction! I have two novels out now, and two more in the works! I’m ecstatic to have been asked to join Authors … Continue reading

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Musical Genres

   I’ve spent the bulk of my career writing Contemporary Romance, which I love. It’s treated me well, here on Main Street, and in my other ventures. I’ve been told a time or two that I should try a different … Continue reading

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12 Days of Christmas: Fact & Fiction by Joan Reeves

Just about everyone knows the Christmas standard, The Twelve Days Of Christmas, but do you know the fiction and the facts regarding this song? I’m the kind of person who likes to dig for facts about things. The origin of … Continue reading

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