Sexy Cowboy or Dangerous Outlaw? How will she know? Sneak Peek! #ValentinesDay #Romance #giveaway

In honor of Valentine’s Day, the fab authors of is sponsoring a blog hop full of goodies and sneak peeks of our most Romantic scenes! Don’t miss a single post for your chance to win the $100 Amazon Gift Card! (Learn how to win here.) You’ll find all the blog links to some GREAT […]

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How to Promote Your #eBook with an #Excerpt @AdriennedeWolfe #Writetip #bookmarketing #BlogTour

How to Promote Your eBook with an Excerpt: 6 Tips for Blog Tours and Social Media What considerations should go into choosing a book excerpt for a blog tour or a post on social media? First and foremost, an excerpt is a SALES TOOL. If you keep that in mind, you’re already leagues ahead of […]

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The Billion Character Book: A Newbie #Writing Fail @AdriennedeWolfe #writetip #WIP #amwriting

One day, after I became a bestselling author, I dragged out the first manuscript I’d ever finished. Secretly, I had always believed that novel was the most wonderful story in the world. In my not-so-humble opinion, every New York editor who’ d rejected it was a numbskull.  Yes, picture me, gloating in all my new-found […]

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#Christmas Love: #Free #Romance Novels @AdriennedeWolfe #ebookdeal #kindle #Texas #Western

Celebrating the Spirit of Friendship Gifts of Love for My Readers: #1 Bestselling Romance Anthology: PISTOLS AND PETTICOATS —  Free Download Today #1 Bestselling Western Romance: TEXAS OUTLAW — Free Download Today Dear Readers: Here are my holiday wishes for you… Happiness deep within.  Serenity with each sunrise.  Success in each facet of your life.  […]

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Another Reason Why Literary Agents Reject Novels @AdriennedeWolfe #Romance #Mystery #amwriting

“I’m writing a Mystery,” my writing student told me proudly. And I said, “Great!  Which sub-genre are you writing?” The student said, “Huh?” “You know.  Cozy, Caper, Police Procedural, Hard-boiled . . . “ My student blinked blankly at me.  She had no idea what a sub-genre was, nor did she know that the Mystery […]

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Muse, Write Me a Eureka Ending so I Can Finish This Novel! @AdriennedeWolfe #WIP #Writetip #Humor #Romance

I was in the throes of writing Devil in Texas, when my Muse went on vacation — for nine months, mind you.  Seriously.  What writer doesn’t know the ending of her novel for nine FREAKING MONTHS?! “God hates me,” I whined to my favorite mortal writing goddess (whom we’ll call Claire.)  “I don’t know the […]

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Girl Next Door Leaves TV to Write #Romance #Novels @BarbaraAnkrum #writetip #historical

If you’ve ever watched television, then you’ve probably seen Barbara Ankrum. Long before this #1 bestselling Romance author focused her attention on writing, she worked as an actress, appearing in dozens of commercials for Hertz, McDonald’s, and Michelob Beer, to name a few. But you’re most likely to remember Barbara from a national, Head & […]

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Laugh Out Loud #Texas Style with Bestselling WILD TX NIGHTS #Free #ebookdeal #Romance #humor

Readers tell me all the time, “Your books make me laugh.” I consider that kudo high praise indeed! But the truth is, I don’t set out to be funny.  No one is more surprised — or delighted — than I am when a character blurts out something hilarious. For instance, in my bestselling Wild Texas […]

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Battle of Sexes: How 2 Write Real Men, Women #Romance #Sleuth #Writetip #WIP @AdriennedeWolfe

  Men and women do not think alike.  You, being either one or the other, already know this fact.  However, you may have trouble writing it.  When it comes to male / female psychology, it helps to think in terms of Alpha/Beta personality types.  However, your plot conflicts won’t be believable unless you keep your […]

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#Ghosts and Ouija Boards: The #Spiritual Telegraph #Paranormal #Romance #Halloween

In part-one of last week’s column about the Spiritual Telegraph, we learned that the Fox sisters, who lived in New York, were able to communicate with disembodied spooks through raps, finger snapping, and voice commands. In this post, which concludes the series, we learn how séances and Ouija boards became popular conduits for mediumship in the […]

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