Archive for December, 2007

Guest Blogger Pamela S. Thibodeaux

Join us today as we welcome author Pamela S Thibodeaux. Pam is know for her inspirational romance and is able to blend together strong Christian messages while still delivering edgier stories.   While I get her post together take a minute to learn more about Pam and her recent release with Wild Rose Press.     Award-winning author, Pamela S. Thibodeaux is the...

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It's Never Too Late by Ciar Cullen

I’m a late bloomer. Well, not in all respects. I spoke in complete sentences before I could walk, according to Mom. She likes to add that I haven’t shut up since. But as an adult, I “became myself” a little late. Perhaps the fact that I never had children has allowed me to experiment more...

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Guest Blogger Ciar Cullen!!!

Well the week is coming to a close and we are one more week closer to the mad race for the holidays, but while we can let’s take a small respite and take a peek into the life and mind of Author Ciar Cullen. Join us tomorrow as she discusses the trial and joys of...

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The Appeal of Holiday Novels

The air is crisp and there is a hint of frost on the wind. A few flakes drift through the air; the soft white iciness hits the windowpane and melts. It’s that time of the year again—time for the holiday novel. What is it about holiday novels that we love? And you can’t deny that...

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Making the Move by Jaci Burton

I started my writing career in e-publishing, worked there for several years before I got my first NY print contract.   Making the move to New York and going direct to print was a world of difference, requiring big changes in my work processes. And yet many things remained the same. Of course the fact that...

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