Tag Archives: romantic fiction

The Window Into Someone’s Heart

Emily leaned back in her seat and took a sip of her beer. “The window into someone’s heart begins in their eyes. You have kind eyes, Brody. It’s not a matter of just wanting to believe you’re a good guy. … Continue reading

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SUSAN MILLS WILSON: SHE SAID WHAT?

You’ll never believe my one regret about my first published book. Check out my interview with author and copyeditor, Kris Wampler where I talk about self-publishing, marketing, and writing suspense. One more thing…I have caught the Christmas spirit. Today and … Continue reading

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LOVE STARVED

There was a young woman, beautiful but lonely. Desperately lonely. Throughout her life, Sarah yearned for someone to love her. But her mother was always cold and distant, so self-absorbed and vain, her only child was more a hindrance than … Continue reading

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MEET DETECTIVE CHRIS LAGONI

Don’t try to figure out fiction writers. We are a mix bag of creativity, fantasy, and weirdness. To prove my point, below is my interview with a fictional character that has appeared in two of my novels: HER LYING EYES … Continue reading

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