Daisy Chain
A Taste Of Fame
Trish Perry

Real Life Is Stranger

Can Your Superhero Beat This?

It’s a big bad world out there, and sometimes it takes more than your standard fictional hero to save the day, or even to survive it. American author Jerry Siegel originated Superman for DC Comics, and a slew of books have since been published about the faster-than-a-speeding-bullet man.

But how about writing a novel about someone not necessarily faster than a speeding bullet, but simply impervious to one? We have so many real-life examples of such people, we’ll create a new superhero...

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Jan Flanders (Etiquette)

Fiction Etiquette with a Southern Twist Twisted Southern

Jan Flanders

Don’t you just love it when the days get shorter and the leaves are brilliant, when the air is cold and crisp and jack-o’-lanterns and 

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Special Giveaway

Sharlene MacLaren

Deb Raney  has a Giveaway!


With a special selection of five books, bookmarks and other assorted goodies that you won't want to miss!

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Loree Lough

Loree's Lough Down

What Would Jesus Say... (About the Romance Genre)?

I was at a conference not long ago and heard an uppity speech about the uselessness of the romance genre. You can be sure the speaker’s—ahem—“mindset” sparked numerous negative emotions in the minds and hearts of authors like me who write romance for a living. But how to...

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Caroline Friday

Made For Movies

Blue Hole Back Home

Blue Hole Back Home is a powerful To Kill a Mockingbird–type story, only without the compelling courtroom scenes that inspired many readers to endure the grind of law school, present company included. Loosely based on an actual event, it is a coming-of-age tale of fifteen-year-old...

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