Monthly Archives: October 2011

There May Be Hope For Me After All

I just found this article about a 101 year old author for Mills and Boon. She has been writing for them since 1938. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1114443/Britains-oldest-romantic-novelist-spend-101st-birthday-working-130th-Mills–Boon-book.html I’ve been worried that I started to late to really go a long way in the … Continue reading

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Favorite Middle School Book

My mother always supported my love of reading. I would get an order sheet for books from school every so often. I always want to buy books. When I look back on it the books may have cost more than my Mother had to give … Continue reading

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New Authors with Mills and Boon

  Check this out. It is the list of the new author bought by Mills and Boon this year. There are some great new reads coming your way http://www.romanceisnotdead.com/Top-Tips/41-Introducing-the-other-new-voices-of-2011

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Reading on the Beach

One of my favorite places to read is on the beach in the evening. I love to get those last few words in as the sun is turning pink in the west. I even enjoy it when the weather is … Continue reading

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Cover Alert, Cover Alert

Check out my new cover. I was so excited to get the email with it attached.Let me know what you think and you could win a copy of Heart Surgeon,Hero…Husband?

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Finding a New Author

If you want to be the first in line, the first in the know, the first to say I knew her when- Mills & Boons New Voices competition at www.romanceisnotdead.com is the place to look. The editors are looking for their next … Continue reading

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The Greatness of a Writer’s Conference

Writer’s conferences are not just about learning the craft but about fun, friendships and fans. All of that could be found at the Georgia Romance Writers conference this past weekend. Here are a few pictures of me and some friends having fun.   I was … Continue reading

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If I had won I would have said…

(I can’t take credit for this idea. A new acquaintance Sharon Wray suggested this.) If I had won a Maggie at the Georgia Romance Writer’s Moonlight and Magnolias conference I would have said: Thanks you so much. I can’t believe it. At the first … Continue reading

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