Category Archives: Writing Topics

Halloween, Backing Up Everything, and Other Wildness!

Halloween is almost here, and I’m not ready. At Night of Passion, we as a group of authors with some guests will be doing giveaways. There may be some double posts. I’ve left that decision to the each author who … Continue reading

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Spooksville, USA by Stacy Hoff

Halloween is almost here. Being a contemporary romance writer, it’s incongruous to have a part of me really enjoy the macabre. But maybe, on some level, it makes sense. After all, how can anyone truly appreciate love’s lightness without a … Continue reading

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Writers and Desires by Susan Hanniford Crowley

First, I want to talk about what writers desire.  Some would say chocolate.  Not really.  Okay, sometimes.  But what writers really desire is to write all the wonderful tales that flood into their minds. I remember reading that Maurice Sendak … Continue reading

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Columbus Day Can Trigger Our Own Voyage by Stacy Hoff

Happy Columbus Day, everyone! Back in 1492 Columbus took a daring risk—sailing around the world when most people believed the Earth was flat. The consequences of Columbus being wrong would have been a death sentence to him, and the crewmen … Continue reading

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Torn Between Two Guys & When Things Break by Susan Hanniford Crowley

I know I haven’t been seen that much on Facebook or Twitter or Tumblr. I’ve been deep in writing my book that I love. I’m so wound up with the characters that I’m dreaming about them constantly. Imagine a lovely … Continue reading

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Finally – Rest (kind of) for the Weary by Stacy Hoff

Gearing up for the release date of my debut romance novel, DESIRE IN THE EVERGLADES, was nothing short of a marathon. As a true novice, I had to learn everything—how to tweet, post on Facebook, set up a website, learn … Continue reading

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Do We Take Words For Granted?

I think the answer for many to my above title/question would be “yeah, I guess” but I’d also say that many times we don’t even realize when we are taking words for granted. I have a presentation this week and … Continue reading

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