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Win 2 Chances at $25: SCOUNDREL Tour and Scavenger Hunt

Ready to have fun in my Scavenger Hunt and  Virtual Book Tour?   10 Prizes!  SCOUNDREL FOR HIRE Virtual Book Tour: 11/11 to 11/22 Scavenger Hunt and Raffle: Nov. 11 to 26, 2013 Here are the 10 prizes: 2 Chances to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card 1 Chance to win a Professional Story Critique […]

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Author Donates Royalties from VELVET LIES to Plant Trees

Author Donates Royalties from VELVET LIES to Plant Trees  grew up in the woodlands of Western Pennsylvania, where my playground was a hardwood forest of maple, white oak, elm, and dogwood — plus plenty of poison ivy. (::shudder::) Nevertheless, trekking through the woods to find the perfect tree, where I could eat my lunch and […]

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Win $50 Amazon Gift Card, Story Critique in Romance Blog Tour

Win $50 Amazon Card: SEDUCED BY AN ANGEL Romance Blog Tour  s a writer, you know the feeling:  you slave for months (maybe YEARS) to write your novel, revise it, collaborate with cover artists, editors, and formatters . . . Then FINALLY, the day of Hallejuhas arrives:  your ebook goes live for readers to buy […]

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SCOUNDREL FOR HIRE: The Story Behind the Story

SCOUNDREL FOR HIRE: The Story Behind the Story Want the story BEHIND the story? (Of course you do. You’re a WRITER.) Keep reading for True Confessions from Yours Truly re: paperback publishers and literary agents associated with SCOUNDREL FOR HIRE. But first, I’m just busting to share the news! After Barnes & Noble selected my award-winning […]

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Book Title Debates: Name Your Novel Something Provocative

Book Title Debates: Name Your Novel Something Provocative What’s in a name? Plenty! No matter how well you write, if your book title doesn’t grab the reader’s attention, you will lose sales. Vetoed by the Big 6 Publishers? If you’re writing for a legacy publisher (one of the Big 6), suggesting book titles can be […]

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Sometimes the First Book You Write Shouldn’t Get Published

  Sometimes your first book shouldn’t get published. I am so grateful to the Published Angels who talked me out of career suicide, while I was stubbornly insisting that my first book was a winner and that the world would be a better place if it got sold in bookstores. Long before I was writing […]

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