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Top 5 perks of a writing retreat, that is. I’m blogging today on my group blog, Petit Fours and Hot Tamales. Scoot on over and see what my top 5 perks are.
Today is my day to blog on PFHT and the post is titled, Cycle of life and a ruthless mom. I think you’ll like it. Last weekend I got an unexpected opportunity to attend a writer’s retreat in the Ozarks. … Continue reading
I’m blogging today on PFHT. Title? What a difference a month makes! Come on over and join in.
Join my good friend, Susan Carlisle (Harlequin Medical Romance author) and me as we talk about how we untangle plot knots and discover characters secrets while writing our romances. Where? On PFHT, where a month-long anniversary celebration continues and prizes are … Continue reading
I’m blogging today at PFHT and celebrating I Love To Write Day! Come see why I’m thrilled!
My publisher, RED SAGE, is now on Goodreads! Invite your friends and add to the excerpts, blurbs, discussions. Talk up those steamy books you love! Do you like to save money? Just in time for the holidays, there’s a new … Continue reading
Nothing much to tell, so I’ll make this brief. I’m blogging today at PFHT and letting my frustrations out while I’m at it. Come on over and see what’s got me steamed! It might be something that pushes your buttons too.
Today I’m blogging at my group blog, Petit Fours and Hot Tamales. I’ve titled it Complications and Solutions. Come on over and see what kind of complication I came up against and how I found the solution.
Looking for a guided blog hop? Well, look no further. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Pamela Mason of the WriterMason blog is spreading the word about a couple new features she’s dreamed up. If you haven’t seen … Continue reading
I’m blogging today on http://www.PetitFoursAndHotTamales.com and asking readers about tags/labels and how they affect your decision to purchase. One lucky commenter on PFHT will win FREE downloads of Bittersweet Obsessions AND Insight. And speaking of Insight, it was so lonely out there … Continue reading