Tag Archives: Readers

I Need a Title!

Those words don’t usually come out of my mouth. When I settle down to write a story I almost always start with a title. The Authors of Main Street are working on Christmas stories for a new boxed set and … Continue reading

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It Takes a Good Idea

Although I have never encountered writing block when writing my books, I’ve certainly been struck with this bug when dealing with blogs. I have been looking for something interesting to share with you for the last four hours! I’ve even … Continue reading

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Dog to Come

The kids have been asking for a dog for three years. Sweetie (12 y), Honey (11.5 y), Spicy (10 y), and Buddy (9.5 Y) are my adorable, wonderful, perfect grandchildren What should grandma do when her poor little ones come … Continue reading

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Am I the Only Football Nut Here? asks Stephanie Queen

Besides Myren of course. (It goes without saying that my chauffeur Myren is a football nut. Or maybe it’s just that he’s a nut and he watches football.) But it might be rare to be both a romance novel nut … Continue reading

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Christmas Day

  The authors of Main Street wish you a Merry Christmas.  

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Grammar Pet Peeves

Pet peeve – courtesy of Wikipedia – en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pet_peeve A pet peeve or pet hate is a minor annoyance that an individual identifies as particularly annoying to himself or herself, to a greater degree than others may find it. As a … Continue reading

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Scents and Fragrances

Authors often specify a fragrance to ground the reader in a scene. During love scenes, the hero inhales with pleasure the perfume of his leading lady, and the heroine swoons at the masculine scent of her hunk. Hmm, forgive the … Continue reading

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