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One Week

  It feels like just yesterday that Bitter Retribution, book three in the Jordan James, PI series, was released but in reality, it’s been three years. A lot has happened in my life in three years. In Jordan’s world, it’s … Continue reading

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Duet-Writing on a Trilogy: Fun and Educational But Mostly Fun! By CiCi Cordelia

In just a few weeks, CiCi Cordelia—aka Char Chaffin and Cheryl Yeko—will release Book One of a series set in late-1800s Colorado. It’s our first foray into the Historical Romance genre with a sub-genre of Western Historical. We’ve been having … Continue reading

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Regard for Realistic Fiction

There are numerous genres and sub-genres available to avid readers today. In a nutshell, there is something for everyone. Despite the plethora of publications, there has always been an interest in realistic fiction. While one may want to escape the … Continue reading

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Tips for Keeping A Series Fresh by Beth Carter

Before we discuss the challenges of penning a series, please help me celebrate! It’s release day for CHAOS AT COCONUTS, Book 2, which all began with double award-winning THURSDAYS AT COCONUTS. As I write Books 3, 4, (and possibly 5 … Continue reading

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You Can’t Win if You Don’t Play

I’m reading a self help book by another author, (obviously another author because I prefer to make up my stories ha!) and my favourite line so far is “You can’t win if you don’t play.” (The Subtle Art of not … Continue reading

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Encouraging Young Readers

Recently I was visiting a friend at her house. Her seven-year-old granddaughter read a graphic novel about a lost kitten to me. I marveled at how well she read and praised her lavishly. Later, she stopped reading and marked her … Continue reading

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New Year, Same Goal

2018. It’s hard to believe we’re already in the year 2018. It feels like yesterday I was in high school and we were getting used to writing 2000 instead of 1999. A new year is always full of potential and … Continue reading

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