Monthly Archives: January 2018

All Work, No Play?

Do you ever finish your work day and feel exhausted? Why is that? I know this seems like a silly question but I honestly do enjoy my job and as a kid growing up I’d always hear “find a job … Continue reading

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Cleaning Up My Email List by Mandy Rosko

This month I’m working on switching gears a little. The first month of the new year is winding down, and by today I should be finished with this part of my new, fairly loose, plan. I want to tighten this … Continue reading

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Super Blue Blood Moon Paranormal-Scope

Wednesday is a moon event. For more information, visit: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2018/01/26/how-and-where-to-see-the-super-blue-blood-moon-of-2018/?utm_term=.72a22c1b93eb 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. … Continue reading

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Hi, My Name is…Author Interview with Tiffany Roberts by Ripley Proserpina

This summer, I was introduced to the writing of author Tiffany Roberts. I read Dustwalker, a post-apocolyptic love story. Immediately, I was hooked on the writer’s voice, and then I learned Tiffany Roberts was actually the pseudonym of husband and wife writing … Continue reading

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How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 10 – Love Scenes

Let’s not be shy. If you’re going to be a romance author, you will be writing love scenes. The “sweet” romances don’t go past kisses and hand-holding. But other romances whether they be contemporary, paranormal, or historical, have passion unleashed. … Continue reading

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Jockeying For My First Big Win by Stacy Hoff

   Last week I found out that JOCKEYING FOR YOU won Southern Magic RWA 2017 Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence. JOCKEYING was entered in the contemporary romance category. I am still over the moon with joy. JOCKEYING was one my … Continue reading

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Good to be You

Do you ever find your days monotonous? Why does that seem to bother so many of us? And yet when it comes to so many things in life we all want to be one sort of way. I know this … Continue reading

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