Archive for 2009

RJ Blue Ribbon Favorites 12/31/09

We asked our reviewers again to tell us some of their favorite reads RJ Blue Ribbon Favorites Angel Land by Victor J. Banis “ANGEL LAND is an intricate and fascinating tale. I have been changed by this story and its going to stay with me for a long time. I think everyone should read ANGEL...

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Writing about dark heroes…

Excerpt---- Reese's Bride, by Kat Martin Their eyes locked, hers troubled, filled with some emotion he could not read. His own gaze held the bitterness and anger he made no effort to hide. He loathed her for what she had done, hated her with every ounce of his being. CHAPTER ONE England September, 1855 The crisp black taffeta skirt of her mourning gown rustled as the...

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The end of the old

In a few days this year will be over and a new one will begin. With this time just before the year changes I always think of what the past year has brought. A sort of remembrance of the year gone by. There are so many ups and downs in a year. Things you plan...

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Miracles by Opal Carew

Author Opal Carew http://opalcarew.com I believe in miracles. Every day is a miracle. The sun rising, the laughter of children, a perfect crystal snowflake. The breath of your baby on your cheek as you hold him close. All miracles. Is it these things that are miracles or out perceptions of them? There is beauty and...

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Unconventional Heroes

When it comes to romance heroes, certain professions seem to dominate. Warriors, either the historical sort or the modern-day versions (detective, undercover agent, Navy SEALs) are always popular. You can’t lose with a firefighter or a cowboy. There’s a scattering of athletes – thank you, Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Lori Foster. And the stray journalist...

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