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Flowers in Romance: What Are Your Favorite Flowers?

I love flowers. Certain ones are very close to me. We see them all the time in romance novels, but do you know why an author chooses a particular bloom or bouquet?  Flowers are still quite the secret language. Many … Continue reading

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What Are You Giving Your Mom for Mother’s Day? by Susan Hanniford Crowley

On Thursday, I gave you some possible gift ideas for Mother’s Day.  I know we all live in a rushed world, so I’m continuing today with the mad rush list. 1. Flowers are still great but make it personal.  Does … Continue reading

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Guest Blog & Contest: Every Day is Valentine’s Day When You’re a Romance Reader By Bianca D’Arc

I really believe the title of this piece is true. Whenever we read a romance novel, we can experience the grand gestures, the simple smiles, and the inexorable attraction that we all usually wish for on special days like Valentine’s … Continue reading

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Ideas and Inspirations by Marian Lanouette

What are you reading this week? I’m reading Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. I get my ideas from the most simple things in life. It can be an encounter with a stranger at the grocery store. A visit to a … Continue reading

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Spring is Around the Corner and Other Fine Tidbits

While I babysit Penelope and work on my 2nd round of edits, I keep saying to myself that Spring is around the corner. It’s my way of keeping myself going. Lately I’ve been fascinated by planting. I’m terrible with plants. … Continue reading

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Gifts of Love by Gerri Brousseau

I’m still thinking about Valentine’s Day and today I’m talking about the gifts of love.  When you think of this holiday, your thoughts go to candy given in a box shaped like a heart; red roses, which last week cost … Continue reading

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Bringing A Bit of Romance Into Your Life

Bringing a bit of romance into your life really has to do with some self-appreciation.  Our present world is definitely wired.  Metal and concrete everywhere.  Speed in all things–our food, our interactions, our transactions. Self-appreciation means slowly down.  Taking time … Continue reading

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