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Meet Women’s Fiction Author, Constance Walker

Today I welcome women’s fiction author, Constance Walker, to the blog to talk about her latest release, Storytime at the Villa Maria. About Storytime at the Villa Maria Although none of the characters in Storytime at the Villa Maria are real people, I have to admit they’re bits and pieces of persons I’ve known and …

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What Do You Think Will Happen In Once Upon a Page, Sam and Penelope’s Story?

I’m always surprised by the characters, scenes, and story lines that capture my readers’ attention. I just hit the halfway mark in Samuel and Penelope’s story, Once Upon a Page, the first book in the Shadowing London Series, and as is usual with most of my stories, the characters have gotten away from me. This …

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Get Ready for Sam and Penelope’s Story in Shadowing London Book One, a Sweet Historical Romance

It’s coming! Sam and Penelope’s story is speedily coming along and will be available this fall. Once Upon a Page is the first book in the new Shadowing London Series, which takes place at the conclusion of the Spy Series Short Stories. Haven’t read the short stories? Here they are in order so you can …

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The Story of Lady Barks-a-Lot and Captain Licky, Writing Partners Extraordinaire

You’ll notice the last book of the Spy Series, To Save a Viscount, is dedicated to these two nutheads. You’ll also notice I post a lot of photos and videos of them. But who are the lady and the captain? Let’s start with the lady, because she arrived first. The hubby and I were married …

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Confessions of a Romance Novelist: When I Could Finally Call Myself a Writer

Last week I wrote a post dedicated to my mom.  This week’s is for my dad. A writer’s greatest struggle is in calling herself a writer.  For a non-writer, this probably seems weird.  But for writers, this seems natural.  K.M. Weiland recently coined it as one of the 7 stages of being a writer when …

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