Monthly Archives: January 2016

Chesapeake Romance Writers’ Conference 2016 by Jenna Jaxon

My local RWA chapter, Chesapeake Romance Writers, is hosting what has become our annual conference on March 5, 2016 this year, in Williamsburg, VA and I wanted to invite everyone, both writers and readers, to come out, meet some of our … Continue reading

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I Have Signed A New Book Contract

I am ecstatic to announce that I have signed a contract with Soul Mate Publishing for Book 2 in the Arnhem Knights of New York series.  This book is about King Max’s daughter Noblesse. In the first book, readers meet … Continue reading

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Location, location, location by Stacy Hoff

    The old adage in real estate is well known: the best way to select property is by considering three things – location, location, location. Does this principle hold true for writers? In order to find the perfect location … Continue reading

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Hello From the Other Side by Heather Novak

Hear me out, Nights of Passion Readers, I’m going out of the box today. I picked up the Life and Death, Twilight Reimagined audiobook from the library. This post isn’t really about the book, but about my shock at familiar characters in unfamiliar gender roles. (May … Continue reading

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Should vs. Want

A few blogs back, I wrote about understanding the “why” behind what we do and how it is important to identify with this why. I’m bringing this back up today as we are about to wrap up January and all … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for Romancing the Capital 2016! by Mandy Rosko

I’m curious to know how many of you have ever been to a readers convention before? It seems like convention season is almost here and I’m curious. The only ones I’ve ever been to are the Romantic Times Convention (which … Continue reading

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A Snow-Covered Paranormal-Scope

The snow came, and I shoveled. For those that still have the snow coming, please, be safe. While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the paranormal in the … Continue reading

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