Jul 20

Get to Know Guy Ogan


It’s a pleasure today to introduce Guy Ogan. But before I do so, here’s an important update. Guy’s book, Immortal Relations will be FREE on Amazon from July 20 to 24th. Where were you born, Guy? I was born in Washington D.C. in the early days of World War Two (back when our Nation’s Capitol …

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Jul 13

Get to Know Marie Higgins

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  It’s my pleasure to welcome Marie Higgins back to my blog. Before we find out more about this talented writer, just a heads-up that Marie will GIVEAWAY a digital copy of Prince Charming Is A Liar to one lucky commenter chosen at random. Where were you born, Marie? I was born in Salt Lake City, …

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Jul 06

Get to Know Sharron Gunn (Sheila Currie)


I am pleased today to welcome my colleague and friend, Sharron Gunn who writes as Sheila Currie. Where were you born? I was born in Moncton, N B—hub of the universe according to the locals. What do you like most about where you live now? I live on Vancouver Island because of the weather! So …

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Jul 02

Barbara Devlin’s New Book

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 I am pleased to shine the spotlight on Barbara Devlin’s latest book. You can enter below to win a Kindle Fire 7″. Lady Elaine Prescott, the most timid member of the Brethren, has spent much of her time in the shadows, forever blending into the background. From her unconventional perspective, she studies people and their …

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Jun 29

Get To Know Alanna Lucas

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Hello again to Alanna Lucas. What’s your favorite season, Alanna? I love the fall- the weather has started to cool and the changes in nature are wonderful to see. My least favourite season is the summer- not a fan of the heat. What is the worst job you ever had? I taught high school for …

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Jun 22

Get to Know Dena Garson


  Please welcome today’s guest, Dena Garson. What do you like most about where you live now, Dena? The town I live in is a comfortable size. We have lots of choices for shopping so we no longer have to drive 30 minutes to get groceries or supplies. Yet most of the small-town appeal remains …

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