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Introducing Ellen Parker

This week, my guest is fellow Crimson author Ellen Parker who has been gracious enough to answer my twelve questions. 1) What influenced you to become a writer? I’ve always enjoyed reading a wide variety of stories. One year I must have encountered two or three poorly written books in a row and decided that

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Connie Lowery

This week I am hosting fellow author Connie Lowery, who has been daring enough to answer my twelve (dirty dozen) questions: 1. What influenced you to become a writer? In first grade, I wanted to be an author and it kind of stuck. I have to give credit to my family and teachers throughout the

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Cheaper by the Dozen

I have to admit to being a bit boondoggled on to how to keep up this blog and what content to add. So far, it has been a bit of a mash-up. I thought that perhaps it was time to have some continuity. Thus, I have decided to have a set list of questions that

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Tribute to Kay Rogal

In honor of fellow Crimson author, April 2, 2014 is Kay Rogal Day and from April 1-7, Kay’s novel “Full Circle” will be on sale for 99-cents per download for Kindle. She was a talented author plucked from earth too soon. This year, 2014, seems to be a year of illness and loss. Maybe it’s

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A dog’s life

I love dogs. My love affair with dogs began with my beloved Freddy. When I was about eight, my brother came home from college with a fur ball (possible Bearded Collie). Upon graduation, he and his fiance had adopted the fraternity’s mascot. When they married, they moved into an apartment that prohibited pets. Thus, Freddy

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Time Travel

February is a month devoted to love and in honor of it and Valentine’s Day, Crimson Romance is offering my novels on Amazon at only $1.99 per download. One of my favorites is Wishes and Tears, a time travel. http://www.amazon.com/Wishes-Tears-Crimson-Romance-Nancy-ebook/dp/B00AWWZV8C/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1392744005&sr=8-4&keywords=nancy+loyan I have always been a history buff. Touring historic places, reading about how people lived

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Hearts for Valentine’s Day

Romance and Valentine’s Day go together like peanut butter and jelly. When you’re a romance author, the day is a very special one. After all, “Happily Ever After” suits a day devoted to love and romance. During the month of February, my publisher Crimson Romance is offering my book titles in e-book format for $1.99

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Finding The Right Combination

This is fun! The Romance Reviews is having a big anniversary party and you are invited! I am one of 450 authors participating in this big event. Though I am donating a book for the raffle, there are 450 prizes being offered, the biggest of which is a $100 gift certificate. To enter the contest,

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A Canine Perspective on Love and Romance

Today, I have the honor of interviewing the lovely Miss Beretta Welter, canine extraordinaire. Since you are the princess of dogdom and my blog is going to the dogs, I thought that it would be fun to solicit your advice on love and romance. The “Princess of Dogdom”—I like that! Woof!! 1. First, we would

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Nice can be naughty

One of my favorite quotations is credited to both Mae West and Helen Gurley Brown, “Good girls go to heaven but bad girls go everywhere.” I guess that one needs to define what being a “good girl” is. I perceive her as being a good and honorable person. She is honest, trustworthy, fair, decent, dedicated

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