Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
While we women authors often include at least a touch of romance in our novels, it doesn’t mean women understand romance better than men or even that we’re better at "working" it. Perhaps—and this is just my opinion—women simply have more fun with romance than men do.
Let’s suppose for a moment…Continue
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"True friendship is like sound health; the value of it is seldom known until it be lost."
- Charles Caleb Colton
I often think of the friends I've made throughout the years. Those in high school, some of whom I see either annually or every five years. Those in college, most of those I've never seen since graduation. Those in the workplace, through my association in the American Taekwondo Association, through…Continue
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“We went on holiday to Spain and had a problem with the taxi drivers as they were all Spanish.”
Uh-huh. Really? Well, before I get into my main topic, may I dip a toe into the social/political arena? Some people wonder why Americans won't easily accommodate Spanish speaking people when the majority of Americans speak English. The above quote shows the absurdity of some people but makes a point – if we're to speak Spanish to accommodate Spanish speaking people, then…Continue
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Sunday’s Child a Regency Novel by Rosemary Morris…Continue
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I have joined Authors to share my micro novel stories.....free...
Here is something to note.
ABOUT MY STYLE
Imagine we are in a café’….sitting across from each other sipping on a coffee…cappuccino…tea….whatever….and I am telling you a fanciful story….a fantasy or mystery or sci-fi or a combination of all…
That is how I write…like I am…Continue
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During the First Gulf War, the Iraqis invaded Kuwait. The United States under the direction of Pres. Bush, coordinated a multi-national effort which later became known as “Operation Desert Storm” and pushed backed the Iraqis out of Kuwait.
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Yesterday was the last day of Black History Month. It is a time to celebrate the accomplishments of our black brothers and sisters.
Do you know why we have a Black History Month?
It is because one group of humanity deemed itself above all others and made those other groups fell less than human.
I grew up in a town on Long Island, NY in the 60's. There was only one Black family, which was unusual for L.I. My friends will…
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My favorite fiction to curl up with has usually been a mix or urban fantasy and paranormal romance. Yet now after bingeing on the genre for a while, I find myself diversifying.
Yes, I grew bored with the standard tropes associated…Continue
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Far Beyond Rubies, a *5 early 18th century romance, mystery and suspense by Rosemary Morris is on a kindle countdown special offer from 11th to 16th February from:
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I am looking to participate in book shows for my new release THE FEMALE RECRUIT. I am based in Cincinnati, Ohio and anything needs to be within driving distance. Thanks for any help.
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Sorry it's been awhile since I dropped line to all my friends here. I've been involved with finding ways to publicize my books - wow, does that ever run into money!!! The good news is, I've found something really interesting and would be happy to share this info with anyone who needs good publicity for your books. Big companies will sponsor you and put up the money for your publicity campaign. No fooling. I was amazed to learn this myself. Let me know f you'd like to hear about this.…Continue
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“The first testicular guard, the "Cup," was used in Hockey in 1874 ; the first helmet was used in 1974. That means it only took 100 years for men to realize that their brain is also important.”
Several years ago I wrote a blog concerning certain imponderable questions. I listened to a couple audio books which asked and tried to answer some of these questions. For instance, why doesn't the water in water towers freeze into one big iceberg in the winter? Answer – a combination of three…
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“Even under ideal conditions people have trouble locating their car keys in a pocket, finding their cell phone, and Pinning the Tail on the Donkey - but I'd bet everyone can find and push the snooze button from 3 feet away, in about 1.7 seconds, eyes closed, first time, every time.”
Coming down to near the end of these truths, I find myself hard-pressed to link them to aspects of writing. For this one, I settled on…Continue
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