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I really appreciate all of the questions that I get from my readers. Today I’m the question:
What does Christmas look like in your home?
I’m excited about this question! I hope you learn more about me through my response: Continue reading →
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Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance, and the authors visiting my blog answered them! It’s always fun to have an author who is a friend on my blog. I’ve been privileged to work with Marion Ueckermann in the box set Snowflakes and Mistletoe that we released two years ago, and now she’s here telling us about a new Christmas box set! This set comprises six heartwarming Christmas romances and includes her latest release, A Time to Love. Continue reading →Pin It
Today I’m answering he following question:
Why did you choose to self publish versus traditional publish?
That question opens the door to my writing testimony! I hope you learn more about me as a writer through my response: Continue reading →
Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance, and the authors visiting my blog answered them! This week, I am bringing you Dyanne Gordon Green! After reading Dyanne’s interview, I have to say that I love meeting someone who met their husband in the pioneer days of the internet. I met my Gregg in one of those AOL chatrooms — on a dial-up connection! HA! Dyanne’s book Forecast: Stormy with a Chance of Love, is FREE through November 17th! So, grab it while you can. Continue reading →Pin It
I really appreciate all of the questions that I get from my readers. Today I’m answering the question:
Will you be publishing more books?
Here’s my answer and the explanation of 14 months between books! Continue reading →