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White Lies – An Essential to a Smooth Running Society?

So, I wrote this book—Lies That Bind. Basically, everyone in the book is lying about something, i.e., the heroine and the hero lie to the heroine’s daughter, telling her that the hero is her father, when, in fact, he isn’t. The hero lies to the heroine, tells her that: 1) he needs her help finding this villain (which he does); and 2) ...

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Genre Jumping … Is It A Good Idea Or Not? ~~ Nancy Fraser

Genre Jumping … Is It A Good Idea Or Not? Why would a perfectly-set-in-her-ways writer choose to change genres? As writers we hone our craft, develop expertise, and lean heavily on our network of friends and critique partners for constructive criticism. Why then, when you’ve found that niche, that perfect sweet-spot of knowledge, would ...

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Friendships ~~ Giveaway!

FRIENDSHIPS Romance stories focus on the growing relationship between two people. But most of us have other kinds of relationships: those we have with family, coworkers, and friends. Each type of relationship plays an important part in our lives, and when one is taken away, we feel that loss. When I retired from teaching, I was happy about ...

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Deleted Scenes: Love and Murder in Red Satin *** Karalee Long

We’re talking deleted scenes today. Karalee Long is here to share one of hers and why. Karalee:     BLURB:   Allie Blair, a divorced marriage counselor accused of murdering her ex-husband, tries to prove her innocence but unwittingly accepts the help of the man who wants to prove her guilt. Greg Weston, a Denver homicide ...

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