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  • Blogging,  books

    The Book of Eva by Paxton Summers is ready for Pre-Order on Kindle

    Paxton Summers has a new release available for pre-order at Amazon. The Book of Eva Blurb: When a world leader’s daughter meets a clone, a doomed love affair begins. In the year 2087, a great war erupts on the planet and a struggle to survive begins. One-hundred-fifty years later, the continent of America is divided into two factions, Aeropia and The United Regions. There is a shortage of food and an abundance of illness, leaving most to live on the scraps of the wealthy, who wallow in excess. This is the world Olivia Braun inherits. Sick from birth, she wakes up from surgery with a new heart, only to discover…

  • ROW80,  works in progress

    It’s coming to KDP Soon! #ROW80

    I must say that writing Along Came Neil has been one of the most difficult works I have written as of yet. I never thought in my whole life that I would actually sit down and write a romance, and a Contemporary Romance at that. I just never imagined it. Well, I am happy to say it is done and over with. The first draft and edits are done, and I must say I have surprised myself with this work. I didn’t think I could do it. Next up I will take a little bit of a break and revisit my all ready published works and clean them up a bit…

  • ROW80,  writing

    Recap of How to write Soapy Romance

    Yesterday was my NHRWA meeting. We had another great meeting. This month we had our annual Christmas Party and Book Swap. The book I received is, The Trouble with Valentine’s Day by Rachel Gibson. I will be looking forward to reading this book next even though it is not on my Kindle but in paperback instead. We also had a speaker. She was none other than one of our own who travels all the way to Bow, NH from Massachusetts, Christyne Butler . She spoke at the RWA Nationals just last year. I didn’t get to go to it. I hear they had a great time. Her Presentation was The…

  • writing

    Attended My First #RWA Meeting

    Today I attended my very first NHRWA (New Hampshire Romance Writers Association) meeting, as a guest. It is held at the Library in Bow, New Hampshire. It was an – experience. In fact, I kind of enjoyed their meeting much more than the little one I attend in the Monadnock area, which will begin meeting once again starting next weekend. I learned that I must join the National RWA before I can join the state chapter. The National membership fee is $90, so I will have to wait a little bit longer before I will be able to join. I see that it is a good investment; I just don’t…