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Why I Love Small Towns by Joan Reeves

We have a place in the Texas Hill Country where we spend most weekends. It’s far away from just about everything. In fact, the closest small town of 700 people is about 10 miles away. Perhaps the fact that I … 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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Hot Fun in the Summertime by Joan Reeves

Today’s post has a soundtrack: that classic rock song Hot Fun in the Summertime by Sly and the Family Stone. Feel free to hum along. I went to school in the “write a theme” era. I liked to write so … Continue reading

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