Category Archives: romance

I’m Hearing Voices! by Gerri Brousseau

Goodness, is it Thursday already! The time seems to just fly by and before I know it, it’s time to write another blog article. I’ve had a super busy week this week. Last Saturday was my Grand-Daughter’s second birthday party … Continue reading

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A Meaningful Journey

This weekend I got a real treat. I got to go to the movie theater with my husband and see The Hundred Foot Journey. it may sound silly to call this a real treat, but any of you movie lovers with … Continue reading

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Weekly Paranormal Scope and CT Authors Night

While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the world in many ways. So are you. The paranormal scope is for entertainment purposes only and is … Continue reading

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Interview with Romance Suspence Author Arlene Kay By Marian Lanouette

An artful combination of humor, sex and savagery make Arlene Kay’s mysteries unique. The published author of INTRUSION; DIE LAUGHING; The ABACUS PRIZE; and this year’s Boston Uncommon Series  (SWANN DIVE; MANTRAP; GILT TRIP; & SWANN SONG), is a former … Continue reading

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Trifecta Personality Disorder by Stacy Hoff

I am a writer. Also a Wife. And a mother of two young boys. Suffering from a self-diagnosed condition, “Trifecta Personality Disorder.” Which part of me will ultimately gain prominence? Not sure. The race is still neck, and neck, and … Continue reading

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Heartbroken by Gerri Grousseau

This week we had quite a shock over the death of Robin Williams. At first I was sad, but the more I thought about it, the more heartbroken I became. I didn’t realize he suffered from depression. I always thought … Continue reading

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Keeping Clear Why You Write by Susan Hanniford Crowley

I write in two genres and as a cross over author.  I’ve been asked by more interviewers than I can count, “Why do you write?”  I always give the same answer: “Writing is like breathing.  Writing is my life.”  For me, whether I’m … Continue reading

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Day Job vs. Night Job by Stacy Hoff

My day job is unlike my night job. By night, I write romance. By day, I’m a lawyer. Yup. Been one for two decades. Handling contracts. Negotiating deals. In other words, I’m as non-romance-y as one could be between the … Continue reading

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Do Authors Realize Their Talent by Gerri Brousseau

On Tuesday night while channel surfing I happened upon part two of a PBS program about the life of Mark Twain. I have been to the Twain house in Hartford, Connecticut, so even though I hadn’t seen part one of … Continue reading

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Books on the Backlist by Mandy Rosko

Before I begin, my ego demands that I put up the German version of my cover for The Princess’ Dragon Lord, which really just looks exactly the same with the exception of having the title in German :3 Lol, I … Continue reading

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