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  • I just finished line edits, so I am in editing mode.  I spruced it up a bit (I think).  But, since you know the whole story, you will know if a word is not quite right....  Anyway, hope it h...
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    Hi All, Sara suggested I put this question to the group.  Like many of you, apparentl...s, "Santa, Won't You Bring Me a Valentine?"   It's kind of in the "santa baby" mode. Wouldn't you know it - it ac...
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  • Thanks for that, Angela. I'd also say try the traditional route first--but with your eyes open. Knowing that the other options are out there means you don't need to se...


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    An Award-winning Historical Romance touches the hearts of young and old alike. "Melinda and the Wild West: A Family Saga in Bear Lake, Idaho" won an award for Reader V...
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    The Keys to the Kingdom Finding Place in Historical Fiction When your eyes glaze ov...ronze mythical animals are situated above the entry way. Julia Morgan’s 1937 remodel of the façade and gold lobby...


  • Yeeeees, thank you for sharing! You state things so clearly that I can really nod too,...t my instincts as a paid writer (which have been set to "panic and desperation mode" for a few months) have been...
  • Good points about our new modes of communicating. It is a commentary on society, overall, I think. Each day, each new television season, each new blog, it seems that boundaries are being pushed. Time to take a look at quality not quantity of tweets, views, posts????
  • Connie-- I will be first in line to buy your books. I love memoir type books that show me a glimpse into a different lifestyle and new views on life. I'm also anxious to visit your website-- thanks for sharing. And thanks for encouraging us with your story.