From Inspirational to Contemporary, Dana Nussio Will Have You Falling for Romance

Dana Nussio inspired me from the moment I met her at our chapter meeting. Her dedication to her craft spurs me on to work on those days when writing seems a bit too difficult. It’s such a pleasure to have her as my guest today. Welcome, Dana. Please tell us a little about yourself. I’m Read More


World Travels and Life Lessons Led Cait O’Sullivan to Tango

Hello Elizabeth, thank you so much for having me along here—I love those pretty flowers above, what are they? Beautiful colours . I really enjoyed just reading your interview questions and I did ponder them for a while. Tango was inspired by my travelling around the world, my own visit to Argentina (beautiful country, beautiful Read More


The Cavanaugh House Audiobook is on Tour and You Could Be the Winner!

  AudioBookworm is featuring the audiobook version of The Cavanaugh House on a tour from May 3-12. Join the fun and enter to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card! See the tour schedule below.   About the Narrator: Amy McFadden  has narrated over 250 titles in many different genres with a focus on Comedic Fiction, Read More


5 Reasons Why Writers Need Support Groups

I’m basking in the glow of the Mid-Michigan Chapter of Romance Writers of America’s (MMRWA) annual Retreat from Harsh Reality. Our speaker this year was Katharine Ashe, author of historical romance novels. She was amazing! Once again, I realized the need for writers to spend time—quality time—with other writers. Here are only five reasons why: Read More


Getting Inside an Editor’s Brain: An Interview with Julie Sturgeon

Every author wonders what editors think. When our precious baby lands in the hands of an editor, what happens? I’ve worked with Julie Sturgeon, and I can say what happens is magic. Julie agreed to give us a peek behind the curtain in her editing process. I am so pleased to share her insights with Read More