It is a tremendous pleasure to welcome my pal and fellow Austen Author Brenda J Webb. Brenda came into my life at a time I was feeling especially alone and betrayed. She gave her friendship selflessly, her honesty and sincere
It has been a long year for your’s truly. The demise of Austen Authors exactly one year ago today was… well, horrible. Admittedly it has taken me a most of this year to recover. Thankfully not all people are backstabbers!
This week I am so so so excited to shine the spotlight on my dear friend Amelia Grey. Whoot! I first met Amelia in 2008 at the San Francisco RWA Conference, and we have been fast friends ever since. People
My guest today is coming to us from Down Under, the Land of Oz. Cassandra Samuels is celebrating the release of her debut novel, A Scandalous Wager, which, as you all shall see in a bit, has an eye-poppingly awesome
My guess is that most reading this blog post today have already packed up their Christmas decorations and kicked the shriveled tree to the curb for disposal. Am I right? What is Sharon thinking to write a post about Christmas
“Hope… Smiles from the threshold of the year to come, Whispering ‘it will be happier’…” ~ Alfred Tennyson Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man. ~
Of course it is never too late! Today, as a New Year’s Eve treat, I am again welcoming my Louisville Romance Writer pal Leslie Lynch — see her post from last Wednesday: Leslie Lynch Visits With a Holiday Novella —
For my Christmas Eve special Guest Author I am delighted to welcome my friend and fellow Louisville Romance Writer Leslie Lynch. *Wave at Leslie everyone!! Leslie is here to share a holiday treat with y’all. CHRISTMAS HOPE, a new novella
In case you haven’t heard the news, AUSTEN AUTHORS is coming back! Yes indeedy! Regina Jeffers and I have been quietly, and now not-so-quietly, regrouping and planning for several weeks. Never can keep good women down, am I right? SOOOO…..
A Visit from St. Nicholas, more commonly know today as ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas, by Clement Clarke Moore was written in 1822 and published anonymously in the Troy, New York Sentinel on December 23, 1823. He would not claim