Monthly Archives: April 2012

A Guide for the Twitter Virgin

What is Twitter? It is a micro blogging (web log) site that allows no more than 140 characters per post, or “tweet” (about two short sentences). Twitter says it is: “a service for friends, family, and co–workers to communicate and stay … Continue reading

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FREE Book, You Say??

As a thank you… All you have to do is click on “like” on my author Facebook ‘Page’ then you are automatically considered for this opportunity. One FREE book will be mailed to one lucky person! Book will be awarded … Continue reading

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RT Book Reviews Holds Its 29th Annual Convention

The readers rite of spring, Romantic Times Book Reviewers Convention, is held in a different U.S. city each year. Readers meet authors and other industry professionals on not only even playing field, but one filled with fun. Authors aspiring and … Continue reading

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This Spring – Take a Leap Of Faith

As I revisit the sultry warmth of the Italian Isle setting, the struggle of the young heroine to come to terms with an illness that has devastated her idea of a future. As I search my own history and relive … Continue reading

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Can’t Buy Me Love

You know what (toy?) my two month old Golden Retriever, Kiki, likes best?? A shell from the beaches of North Carolina’s Crystal Coast. Scalloped and thick, it resounds against the aggregate of the garden patio and makes a different, all … Continue reading

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Wanderlust at Romantic Times Book Lovers Convention

“Wanderlust: Making Exotic Locations Come Alive” (April 11th 3:30-4:30) Author, Christine London, will be one of three panelists offering anecdotes of her travels as well as brass tacks on how to make writing about setting infuse a tone of ‘real’–making … Continue reading

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A Walk Down Memory Lane

Some Facebook friends got me to thinking about great films and music that has touched me—still touches me. So I thought it might touch you too. If you did not catch them in the past—well, enjoy. Click on the link … Continue reading

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