Tag Archives: Adrienne deWolfe

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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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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What’s It Like to be a Bestseller? Behind the Scenes

What’s It Like to be a Bestseller? Behind the Scenes with Adrienne deWolfe SECRETS AND SCHEMES ~ You’re invited to go behind the scenes of the making of HIS WICKED DREAM! To celebrate my upcoming book tour, I’ll be posting fun facts (which I call “Secrets and Schemes,” so you KNOW the snippets are juicy.)  […]

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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

I 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 pour my heart into my journal, remains one of […]

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

  As 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 and enjoy! I just lived through that busy creative period, […]

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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 ebook, SCOUNDREL FOR HIRE, as a Daily Find, […]

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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. If you’re writing for a legacy publisher (one of the Big 6), suggesting book titles can be frustrating. Editors ask you for your title ideas and often veto them.  The […]

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Creative Visualization: Keep the Faith in Your Writing

Creative Visualization: Keep the Faith in Your Writing About 25 years ago, I became determined to become a published novelist – particularly in the Historical Romance genre.  Ten years and a bazillion rejection letters later, I was introduced to the idea that I could work with the Universal Law of Attraction (LOA) to become a […]

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