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HOLT MERIT AWARD

Lindi Peterson has just been awarded a Holt Merit Award for Best First Book for Her Best Catch. Congratulations, Lindi!

 

 

http://www.virginiaromancewriters.com/
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Trish Jensen has an interview!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donnell Bell asks Trish Jensen questions!

http://www.getlostinastory.blogspot.com/

DONNELL BELL INTERVIEW

Donnell Bell had an interview with the Mystery Tribune.

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KIM BROCK INTERVIEW

Kimberly Brock had an interview on Authors Round The South.

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AUTHOR OF THE YEAR

Donnell Bell has been named Author
of the Year for Pikes Peak Romance Writers.

 

http://www.pikespeakrwa.org/
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My Mother’s Smile

My Mother’s Smile

Posted on 24. May, 2015 by in Blog, Books, Meet the Author, Mother's Day, Uncategorized

My mother’s smile. by Skye Taylor My mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s when she was seventy-seven, but even then we all wondered if she’d had it for a lot longer than we or the doctor knew. She’d been completely deaf since her late thirties and while she lip-read very well, she also got to be […]

Persephone Tells All—Fear, Power, and Life With Hades

Persephone Tells All—Fear, Power, and Life With Hades

Posted on 19. May, 2015 by in Blog, Books, Inspiration, Meet the Author, New Releases, Uncategorized

Persephone Tells All—Fear, Power, and Life With Hades by Kaitlin Bevis If you want to know a culture’s fears, study their stories. Fears resonate. They keep us talking, keep us telling the story, because as long as it’s a story, it’s happening to someone else. There’s a reason the Persephone myth is one of the […]

Mama Was a Diva

Mama Was a Diva

Posted on 17. May, 2015 by in Blog, Books, Meet the Author, Mother's Day, Uncategorized

Mama was a Diva by Marilee Brothers If you’re looking for a warm, fuzzy, my-mama-was-the best-mother-ever story, you might want to stop reading now. My mother was a diva long before the word became part of the current vernacular. The only daughter of doting parents, she was clad in frilly dresses, wore a giant bow […]

MOTHER’S DAY MEMORIES

MOTHER’S DAY MEMORIES

Posted on 16. May, 2015 by in Big Deal, Blog, Blog Week, Books, Meet the Author, Mother's Day, Uncategorized

MOTHER’S DAY MEMORIES by Nancy Gideon My favorite memory of Mother’s Day was in 1983.  I was pregnant with my first son and at that moment, the fact of motherhood (other than the already swelling feet) made a unique impression upon me. It got me thinking about what kind of mom I’d be and the […]

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