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Birthing a Book

This week was one spent in limbo for me. My latest release, “Electricity,” was “born” last Saturday, June 8th. After the exhilaration of seeing the title go live came the “diaper-changing” ordeal of converting the eBook into a paperback, because … Continue reading

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New Uses for Old Books

I’m a book fan. The hold-in-my-hand, smell-the-musty page, pile-on-the-nightstand kind of book. I find bookstores dangerous because I can’t pull myself away without buying several new titles. My conundrum—what do I do with all my leftover books? Yes, I’ve given … Continue reading

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Where do you story ideas come from?

This is, without a doubt, the most frequently asked question I get from readers, friends—even family! The answer? Many places. Since I write romantic suspense—with ghosts in the mix—I’m always looking for news of supernatural events. I’m not just talking … Continue reading

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Finding the Perfect SWAG by Beth Carter

Little did I know when I came up with the title for my debut women’s fiction, THURSDAYS AT COCONUTS, that the title itself would help with my SWAG purchases. Once I started researching ideas and considering the appropriate tie-ins for … Continue reading

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Ideas are the easy part.

Today’s blog was inspired by yesterday’s wonderful blog by Collette Cameron. WHAT? You didn’t read it? Well, it’s right down below this one or, if not, you can find it here:  https://smpauthors.wordpress.com/2013/01/19/have-we-all-done-it-4/ For crying out loud, go read it. I’ll … Continue reading

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CAPTURING IDEAS

by Karen E. Rigley Nonwriters often ask, “Where do you get your ideas?” The answer is everywhere. A word or phrase can fire a writer’s imagination. Overhearing a conversation in a café, or the way a person cocks their head, … Continue reading

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