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The Days of Wine and Romance.

For me, nothing goes better with a good romance novel, than a glass of fine wine. Recently I’ve been working with a local winery on a wine and romance pairing event. Well, you pair the perfect wine with meat. Red … Continue reading

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Linda’s Byline

Thoughts on Creativity By Linda Bennett Pennell In another part of life, I have reason to be very interested in theories pertaining to and research in the areas of learning and cognition. Understanding how the human brain works, how we … Continue reading

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What is a guy doing writing romance?

Yes, I am a guy. A guy who reads, writes and loves romance. We’re few, but we’re here. I love writing romantic tales set in fantastic worlds, and I’ve created a few of them.   I started out writing science … Continue reading

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My Top 10 for the 5 Ws and 1 H by Rebecca E. Neely

Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? Wow. I think I started using these simple, but powerful interrogative words when I was in sixth grade, for ‘current events’ projects. Each week, we had to select a newspaper or magazine article, and summarize it for … Continue reading

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Diners, Introductions and Debuts by Rebecca E. Neely

Greetings! Since this is my first blog with Soul Mate Publishing, I’d like to introduce myself, but not by telling you about my years of writing experience, my likes, etc.—that’s covered in my bio. Instead, I thought I’d share a … Continue reading

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A Season of Renewal and Reinvention

By Linda Bennett Pennell Life can at times be frustrating, joyous, depressing, boring, even mysterious. It is not always clear in the moment why things happen as they do, but one thing is for certain, unless we make the best … Continue reading

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What’s in a Muse?

In ‘Greek Mythology’, a muse may be any of the nine daughters of Mnemosyne and Zeus. It was said that each daughter represented or presided over a specific art and/or science. Calliope embodied the writing tablet and inspired epic poetry. … Continue reading

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Thundersnow

It’s a unique and rare phenomenon and if you Google it you will get some complex scientific explanation for thundersnow (also known as a winter thunderstorm or a thunder snowstorm). I say poppycock! It’s obviously the Norse Thunder God, Thor, … Continue reading

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The ‘Write-aholic’ Intervention

My family says I’ve changed since I’ve become an author. Not in the sense of becoming overly confident or proud. They say I no longer clean my house. Ashley, my youngest, said to me over the Christmas Holidays. “Mom, Jennifer … Continue reading

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The Beauty in our Lives…

As I writer, I can see imaginary worlds with such precise vision, they feel real to me. I know where the road curves, where the house sits and if that house has white paint and falling gutters. I know if the … Continue reading

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