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Why I Love Reading and Writing Historical Women's Fiction
There's an indescribable allure to history; it's a vast tapestry of human experiences, of victories and defeats, love stories and tragedies. When we talk about historical fiction, and particularly historical women's fiction, we dive into the world of...
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How to Read More Books in Less Time
For many of us, reading is more than just a pastime—it's a passion. It's an opportunity to escape into another world, to gain knowledge, and to grow as individuals. Yet, a common lament among book lovers is, “I wish I had more time to read.” If that ...
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Thrillers that Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat
There's a palpable excitement that comes from delving into a thriller. The genre, known for its pulsating plots and intricate twists, is designed to keep readers eagerly flipping pages, always hungry for the next revelation. Today, let's delve into t...
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Inside My Writing Process: How I Write Family Drama
Every family has a story, filled with love, disagreements, shared memories, and unique dynamics. Family dramas capture these intricate tales, weaving narratives that resonate deeply with readers. Today, I want to pull back the curtain and share my pr...
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Romcom Heroes: Making Love (and Laughter) Happen
The enchanting world of romantic comedies has given us countless tales of love, mischief, miscommunication, and of course, happy endings. At the heart of every romcom lies our dashing hero. Today, let's raise a toast to these charismatic characters w...
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11 Reasons Every Day Should Be Book Lover's Day!
Today isn't just any regular day—it's Book Lover's Day! A day dedicated to us, the ones who've traveled through Middle-Earth, walked the halls of Hogwarts, danced in balls of Regency England, and unraveled mysteries in noir-lit streets—all without le...
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Echoes of the Past: The Power of Historical Women's Fiction
I’m feeling inspired to write about historical fiction (again) today since I’ve been editing a manuscript set during WWII that I recently got back from a publisher. This genre captures stories of women who have shaped history—those who have loved, lo...
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Heartstrings and Harmonies: Exploring Family Drama in Life on the Road
Today, I’m jumping into the realm of family drama with a special spotlight on my latest release, Life on the Road. This narrative of a father-son band offers a raw, unfiltered look into the complexities of family ties set against the backdrop of musi...
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A Dose of Love and Laughter: The Charm of Romantic Comedy
Let’s take a break from the high-stakes drama and suspense to revel in the heartwarming, hilarious world of romantic comedy or "romcom."Romcoms are delightful stories that combine elements of romance and humor. The heart of a romcom lies in its chara...
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Passionate & Perilous: The Thrill of Cartel Romance
Why write a cartel romance? This is what I asked myself when the Ceiba Cartel was just a flicker in my mind. There is something exciting about writing dangerous characters and scenarios. That’s exactly where I find myself today, as I continue th...
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Thrilling Reads: Delving Into Crime Thrillers
Hello again! Today, I’m turning up the tension and suspense as we venture into the thrilling realm of crime fiction. From whodunits to psychological suspense, from hard-boiled detectives to amateur sleuths, there are a lot of thrills to be had with m...
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Exploring Women's Historical Fiction: What Makes it so Captivating?
Hello again, dear reader! Today’s post takes us back in time, where the past meets the present in beautiful, sometimes heartbreaking, but always enlightening ways—the realm of historical women's fiction.Historical women's fiction offers a unique blen...
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The TBR List Misunderstanding
In January 2022, I wrote about how I was planning to attack my TBR list to whittle it down during 2022. WHAT WAS I THINKING!!!Not only did I end up adding more books to my TBR list than I read, but I realized I had completely misunderstood the whole ...
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