Published on September 12 2014

California Sunset : Casey Dawes Divorced mother Annie Gerhard meets rugged new bookstore owner John Johnson at the worst possible time in her life. Her high tech company is threatening to lay her off if she doesn’t move from California to New Jersey and...

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Published on July 15 2014

Symptoms: I sit down, open the file and begin working on my manuscript when — 1) I suddenly decide this is the perfect time to brush the dog 2) A flash of hunger has me raiding the refrigerator 3) I have the urge to go look for that lost sock 4) The dog...

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Published on May 7 2014

“It would be so nice to be able to dream again,” someone said to me a few days ago. “To have ideals, or just believe we can make a difference. To think we’re not only selfish consumers.” I knew exactly what he meant. We live in a world where a violent...

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Published on March 4 2014

As a writer, I have a big responsibility: I can’t bore my readers; I can’t underestimate them; and I have to share information. And when it comes to writing romances, not only do my readers want a good tale, they also expect to (vicariously) fall in love....

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Published on January 18 2014

(Guest blog at Read Your Writes) Romance is very much a dance, an archaic and complicated one, and it has to be re-learned no matter how many times it appears. The first steps are always awkward, tentative. Then just when we manage to gain a bit of confidence,...

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