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Karen White Talks about “Grit Lit” and Ghosts

A friend recommended The House on Tradd Street to me because it reminded her of The Cavanaugh House. I read it and became an instant fan of author Karen White. Today, I am thrilled to welcome Karen to my blog. I had so many questions for her, and she graciously answered them all. How does Read More

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How RWA Helped Me Overcome My “Romance Writer” Embarrassment

I kept the fact that I’d written a romance novel secret for thirty years. Rich and the kids knew, but few others. I especially didn’t want to tell my colleagues in the English Department. For goodness sake, they taught the classics. In fact, so did I. To admit I was a romance writer would have Read More

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From Research to Steamy Love Scenes, Angela Smith Loves the Writer’s Life

Angela Smith has been following her writerly path since childhood, and she loves every aspect of the journey. Welcome, Angela. Please tell us a little about yourself. Thank you so much for having me on your blog! I work full time as a paralegal and office manager of the District Attorney’s Office. I own small Read More

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The Brentwood Saga Has Arrived

May I introduce you to The Brentwood Saga? You can now enjoy my first two historical romances, Love’s Destiny and Love’s Spirit, in a new bundle announced by my publisher, Crimson Romance, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. The Brentwood Saga will be released on. July 17. Now available for pre-order for only $1.99 at the Read More

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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