Archive for June, 2009

Preparing for the Summer

It’s that time of year again. The yearly summer visit of my sister and nephew. Her hubby is still unsure if he can make it this year. I am excited they are coming for the summer. I don’t get to see them as often as I would like. I talk with them almost everyday but...

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Parenting or Romance? Author Angela Lam Turpin Discusses Blood Moon Rising

After Valkyrie showered and changed into her black dress, the only garment not stained with blood, she slipped the dried canvas tennis shoes over her feet. Anthony lay on the bed, arms crossed over his chest, a deep frown piercing his face. “I’m not going.” “There’s no one to watch you.” “I’ll be all right. I’ll go to sleep.” “What if the...

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Character Development: On Being Human by Belinda McBride

Character Development: On Being Human by Belinda McBride “To err is human, to forgive, divine.”  That’s been running around in my brain for awhile, not so much the concept of forgiveness, but the nature of being human. It’s had me a little puzzled, because frankly, the bulk of my writing revolves around people who aren’t...

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Birth of a Romance Hero

By Debra Mullins  What makes a romance hero?  Well, you take a hunky man, add a dash of danger, a smidgen of sexiness and a streak of kindness…mix well, then insert into book.  I wish it were that easy.  One of the reasons I love writing romance is because of the hero.  What woman doesn’t...

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The Men in My Life

I have been married for 16 years to a wonderful man.  He is nurturing and kind…I couldn’t ask for anything else in a mate.  I love him dearly.  But he’s not the only one.  There are other men in my life.  They are dashing and handsome, valiant, outspoken and courageous.  And I love them all. ...

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