Tag Archive: contemporary romance

Oct 12

Jacquie Biggar ~ A Story from the Heart

I’m very happy and excited to be on my friend and critique partner, Anna Markland’s, blog today! Thank you for having me, Anna. I want to share a brand new collection of holiday novellas coming up for release October 18/16. This set is comprised of twenty never-before-seen stories set around the theme of Christmas songs. …

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Sep 07

Get to Know Patricia Preston

It’s a pleasure to welcome Patricia Preston to my blog today. Where were you born, Patricia? I think I’m harboring a soul that was born in another universe. What do you like most about where you live now?  I live in a small town in the foothills of Appalachia and I love that we have don’t …

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Aug 24

Get To Know Judy Hudson

It’s a great pleasure to introduce my friend and fellow chapter member, Judy Hudson. Where are you from, Judy? I was born and first raised in Toronto, Ontario, then moved to St. Louis, MO, for high school. Then back to Toronto, up to northern Ontario where we lived in a log cabin, then to the …

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Jul 13

Get to Know Marie Higgins

  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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Jun 08

Get to Know Reggi Allder

Please say hello to my friend, colleague and critique partner, Reggi Allder. Hi Anna, thank you for having me. I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to write. Even as a kid I told stories to my friends. It always surprised me when they listened and asked for more. I’ve lived in rural …

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May 25

Get To Know Jacquie Biggar

I am pleased to welcome my friend and critique partner, Jacquie Biggar. Should also add JABBIC winner! Tell us where were you born, Jacquie. A small town in west central Alberta, Canada. It was the kind of place where no one locked their doors and kids rode bikes up and down the neighborhood streets. Unfortunately, …

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