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Redemption from a Dark Past by Kelli A. Wilkins

Redemption from a Dark Past by Kelli A. Wilkins

This “Meet the Character Day” blog is part of a series examining my romance novels. In each “Behind the Scenes” blog, I talk about why I wrote the book, share my thoughts on the plot and/or characters, and reveal what I loved most (or least) about writing the book. The “Meet the Character Day” blogs...

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Redemption from a Dark Past by Kelli A. Wilkins

Redemption from a Dark Past by Kelli A. Wilkins

Hi everyone, When I sit down to write an historical romance, I never know where (or when) my story will take me. I’ve written romances set in the Old West, the Minnesota wilderness, Colonial Pennsylvania, and Celtic Scotland. Redemption from a Dark Past takes place in another unique locale—the Kingdom of Hungary. For me, the...

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Tinsel and Tea Cakes by Jill Piscitello

TInsel and Tea Cakes by Jill Piscitello

TINSEL AND TEA CAKES by Jill Piscitello  Hair stylist Scarlett Kerrigan lost her job and her apartment. To alleviate a touch of self-pity, she succumbs to her stepmom’s pressure to attend a wedding in the New Hampshire White Mountains. Unfortunately, she runs into the vacation fling who promised the moon but disappeared without an explanation....

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Own Goals by D. S. Dehel

Own Goals by D.S. Dehe

Sometimes You Just Know by D.S. Dehel, author of OWN GOALS. Often, very often, writers have no idea where their ideas come from. Generally, this is me. Oh, I can point to a moment when an image or character popped into my head, but usually that’s all. Penalty Kicks  and Own goals are different. Honestly,...

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Author Interview! The Viking’s Witch by Kelli A. Wilkins

The Viking's Witch by Kelli A. Wilkins

Meet the Character Day: Chatting with Rothgar from The Viking’s Witch by Kelli A. Wilkins This “Meet the Character Day” blog is part of a series examining my romance novels. In each “Behind the Scenes” blog, I talk about why I wrote the book, share my thoughts on the plot and/or characters, and reveal what...

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