Interviews, My Guests

Interview With Collette Cameron, Author of The Earl’s Enticement

I’m delighted to welcome back Collette Cameron for an interview and a peek at her new regency romance, The Earl’s Enticement, releasing May 28th. Hi, Collette, so glad to have you here today. Tell us a little about The Earl’s Enticement: The Earl’s Enticement is the third and final book in The Reluctant Brides Series. Adaira and Roark were… Continue reading Interview With Collette Cameron, Author of The Earl’s Enticement

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Embracing the Writer’s Truth – Guest Post by Katie O’Boyle, Author of Stepping Up To Love

When I began writing Stepping Up To Love, I quickly learned that I needed to give up control of my hero and heroine. They had their own stories to tell, and I was “just the writer.” Since then, I’ve realized that giving up control to my characters has had a ripple effect on my personality.… Continue reading Embracing the Writer’s Truth – Guest Post by Katie O’Boyle, Author of Stepping Up To Love

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Putting All The Pieces Together – Guest Post by Becky Lower, Author of The Road to Comfort

I often compare the process of writing to other things that need to be pieced together—quilt blocks, jigsaw puzzles, or railroad cars. It is true that a novel consists of a multitude of ideas, bits and pieces of backstory, plot contrivances and major turning points. But when people ask authors where their ideas come from,… Continue reading Putting All The Pieces Together – Guest Post by Becky Lower, Author of The Road to Comfort

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When Story Trumps Reality – Guest Post by Linda Bennett Pennell, Author of Al Capone at the Blanche Hotel

Write what you know! How often have we heard these words at writer’s conferences or read them in articles and blog posts? It is one of those hoary platitudes trotted out when some industry individual wants to sound . . . what? Particularly wise, experienced, worldly, can’t think of anything better to say? I’m really… Continue reading When Story Trumps Reality – Guest Post by Linda Bennett Pennell, Author of Al Capone at the Blanche Hotel