Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
Four of my Romantic Historical Fact Fiction novels published by Books We Love Inc are in a Christmas sale.
To take advantage of the special offers of 25% off which end on the 16th of December please log into https://www.smashwords.com and enter the coupon code for each book.
Novels set in the reign of Queen Anne Stuart 1702 – 1714
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Tuesday’s Child, is my Romantic Historical Fact Fiction novel, Heroines born on Different Days of the Week, Book Three
Tuesday’s Child is published by Books We Love Inc. To take advantage of the special offer of 25% off please log into https://www.smashwords.com and enter this coupon DN63B
“Prejudice and pride demand Reverend Dominic Markham marry a suitable lady, but he is spellbound by Harriet, an…Continue
Added by Rosemary Morris on December 4, 2017 at 5:10pm — No Comments
I am looking forward to the e-publication of my new novel Yvonne, Lady of Cassio, The Lovages of Cassio Volume One by Books We Love on the 9th May, 2017.
When Yvonne and Elizabeth, daughters of ruthless Simon Lovage, Earl of Cassio, are born under the same star to different mothers, no one could have foretold their lives would be irrevocably entangled.
Against the background of Edward II’s turbulent reign…Continue
Added by Rosemary Morris on May 7, 2017 at 10:02am — No Comments
This novel has been a long labour of love and very hard work. I wrote the first version nearly ten…Continue
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Tarrant, an army officer, who fought against Napoleon, cannot forget a traumatic event.
After the death of her father and brothers in the Napoleonic wars, Georgianne struggles to…
Added by Rosemary Morris on August 29, 2016 at 7:54pm — No Comments
Now, to introduce myself.
I am the author of three sweet Regency novels, Monday’s Child (to be published in spring 2016), Sunday’s Child and False Pretences, and three novels set in Queen Anne Stuart’s reign, 1702-1714, Tangled Love, Far Beyond Rubies and The Captain and The…Continue
Added by Rosemary Morris on December 8, 2015 at 10:08am — No Comments
Novel writing is demanding!
The novel writing process incorporates elements that must be blended and mastered to create a successful novel. I’ve developed a series of articles that will help you unit these diverse elements together and craft that…
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I’m one of the Stage Captains assisting legendary author Pat Conroy during his book signing at this past weekend’s AJC-Decatur Book Festival at the First Baptist Venue! Mr. Conroy wrote the novel Prince of Tides, The Great Santini and many, many others. He is an incredible human being as…Continue
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Lei: Lei is the mother of Annala and the grandmother of Calidora. She is married to the foot soldier name Kane and is the mother-in-law of Kalich from the Camgon army. She is in charge of the entire Saronian army and the strongest member able to create designs no one else can such as reflected spears and shields. She sent Annala to find out the mysterious power of Kalich…Continue
Added by Kenneth E. Fultz Jr. on March 1, 2014 at 1:27pm — No Comments
Character Name: Calidora
Birth Date: December 13
Place of Birth: Military Base, Camgon
Residence: Military Base
Weight: 30 lbs.
Clothing Sizes / Styles: cute dress base…Continue
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Character Name: Kalich
Birth Date: January 25
Place of Birth: Town of Silence, Camgon
Residence: Army Base
Weight: 140 Lbs.
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Kalich stood in the middle of a grass field.
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It is true that I am a relative of Thomas Jefferson which causes a great deal of pride but lately, I have been considering the possibility that I may have another relation of more ancient descent and more holy. This thought is not something which occurred to me suddenly. Considering the events over the past twenty-five years, the randomness of this assumption is most unlikely.…Continue
Added by Linda Heavner Gerald on February 1, 2014 at 6:28pm — No Comments
“Your writing bores me.” “I am bored by your writing.”
Not only do these two sentences demonstrate the difference between the active and passive voice but also they communicate a central reason for avoiding the passive voice.
In the active voice, the subject of the sentence does the action described by the main verb. Thus, the subject is active. In the passive voice, the action is done to the subject. Thus, the subject is passive. Passive voice is a problem for direct writing…Continue
Added by David Bowman on October 8, 2013 at 11:52pm — No Comments
Hey courageous, high spirited, and Banga hero, Banga-Bondhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman although you are no more among us physically but having and will be having in our innate hearts and minds spiritually for a time infinitely.
You came as a keeper of our nation’s to protect & live us honor and pridefully all around & globally.
We got you by our enormous blessing, praying, and worship from…
I had my first book signing at Barnes & Noble November 10th. It was an extremely exciting day for me. Unfortunately, my baby sister was away in Sacramento, Ca, so she was unable to attend. My older sister was originally supposed to come in from Dallas, Tx, but something came up. She couldn't make it either.
I had my ex husband's support, but he was taking care of our kids, so he didn't attend.
I posted it all over every social media site to which I have a login. Many of…Continue