Monthly Archive: November 2013

Nov 27

Help Choose a Book Title

Please welcome my friend and fellow RWA chapter member, Mimi Barbour. I owe Mimi a debt of gratitude for mentoring and encouraging me when I first started to write seriously. Thanks so much for having me as your guest today Anna. It’s lovely to visit with someone who has the same goals and dreams. I …

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Nov 24

Ask For More

In this season of thanks for our abundance, we have plenty to be thankful for. This week in the homes of our American friends, pies will cool on racks and kitchens will be filled with the fragrances and aromas of anticipation. Hearts will be glad as families reunite and share the celebration together. It’s not …

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Nov 20

Welcome Kate Hill

Hello Kate. Tell us about yourself. I’m a forty-something vegetarian New Englander who loves to read, write, work out and watch horror and action movies. I love connecting with readers, so I visit my publishers’ yahoo/chat groups as often as I can. Also I enjoy hosting special events at my site, such as my annual Halloween …

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Nov 13

6 Books for 99 cents!

I have joined forces with five other authors in publishing an anthology of romance stories that is now on sale for a limited time for only 99 cents. See details at the end of the blog.One of my fellow anthologists is Mona Risk. She is my guest today talking about the book she contributed to …

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Nov 11

MY FATHER THE WARRIOR

I think about warriors a lot these days. It goes with the territory of being a writer of medieval romance. In the days of William the Conqueror, Henry Beauclerc and the Plantagenets, men had to be warriors, prepared to defend what was theirs.I find myself driven to write the stories of these heroic men, who …

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Nov 06

MJ Flournoy is my guest

Welcome MJ Flournoy. Good to be here, Anna. I live in Georgia with my husband and one neurotic cat. I love reading romance novels, my love of writing grew organically from that love. It was the next logical step for me to move from reading romance to writing romance.  In my day job I teach middle school. …

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