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Lady Law & the Gunslinger: Undercover Agent #SneakPeek #1LineWed #Romance #amreading

Devil in Texas Book 1, Lady Law & the Gunslinger Excerpt by Adrienne deWolfe #1LineWed Theme:  Names October 1883 Lampasas, Texas   From the outside, Wilhelmine “Wilma” LeBeau’s brothel looked like any other charming, limestone cottage on Third Street. The three-story construction had a wrought iron gate, forest-green shutters, and a sprawling porch, whose pillars […]

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Unmask the DEVIL IN TEXAS #1linewed #amreading #Romance #WIP #SneakPeek #Excerpt #Humor

Devil in Texas Book 1, Lady Law & the Gunslinger Excerpt by Adrienne deWolfe #1LineWed Theme:  Page 2 August 1883 Galveston, Texas   Life was about to get good. That’s what William “Cass” Cassidy thought as he craned back his blond head to gawk at the mostly naked mermaid, who protruded in all the right […]

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Someone Wants Her Dead! DEVIL IN TEXAS #Excerpt #SneakPeek #1LineWed #amwriting #Romance

Devil in Texas Book 1, Lady Law & the Gunslinger Excerpt by Adrienne deWolfe #1LineWed Theme:  Water August 1883 Galveston, Texas Satin Siren Casino and Saloon   Relieved to duck into her dressing room, Sadie didn’t waste any time kicking off her shoes and stripping off her fishtail skirt.  Quick costume changes were a requisite skill […]

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Who’s Going to Get Whacked? DEVIL IN TEXAS #Excerpt #1LineWed #Romance #Historical

Devil in Texas Book 1, Lady Law & the Gunslinger Excerpt by Adrienne deWolfe #1LineWed Tweet:  Expanded Excerpt from Page 1    August, 1883 Galveston, Texas   Death.  The end of the line. There was a certain poetic justice to the idea here, at the corner of Post Office and 26th streets, where The Wicked […]

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Bust Writer’s Block: Tackle a New Genre to Flex Your Writing Muscles #amwriting #writetip #wip

Recently, I overcame a bout of writer’s block by challenging myself.  Since April is Poetry Month, I entered a poetry contest. Entering that contest while I was doubting my fiction-writing skills wasn’t an easy choice.  I had to overcome my Internal Critic, who was viciously echoing the voice of my high school English teacher.  When I […]

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20 Tips for Writing #Romance Heroines that Readers Can Admire #writetip #amwriting #wip

Readers buy Romance novels because they want to experience the vicarious thrill of falling in love — and usually with a man who is just a wee bit too dangerous to risk loving in real life.  Romance novels are fantasies, after all.  What woman wouldn’t secretly thrill to be wholeheartedly loved and desired by James […]

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Writers: Want to Beat the Competition? 10 Tips for Opening Your Novel #amwriting #wip #writetip

Thanks to iPhone downloads, ebooks are competing directly with movies as on-demand entertainment.  That means that the opening pages of your novel have to be more clever than ever if you want to sell your book. I just finished judging a commercial fiction contest for aspiring authors.  Without exception, the entries had the same problem. […]

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6 Reasons Why Judging a #NovelWriting Contest Helps Your Career #Writetip #amwriting

Are you writing commercial fiction? Then consider becoming a judge for a writing contest to help your career. Many aspiring authors already know the benefits of entering a writing contest. These days, even the larger regional contests have celebrity judges (a.k.a. literary agents and acquisitions editors.)  Why would these professionals take time from their busy […]

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

In honor of Valentine’s Day, the fab authors of LoveHistoricals.com 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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