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Meet Giselle Beaumont

Giselle Beaumont from Let It Fall. Who else just love to talk about his/her characters? Or talk to the character. Today, I’m here to introduce you all to my most favorite character; Giselle Beaumont from my ever favorite novel that I’m writing (will be published one day). 284 more words

Behind The Scenes

Wanna read something I wrote?

I’m starting this story over. So, I hope it’s better. It’s called, Dirty Little Secret

 

Serena Iren has a great life. An amazing boyfriend. The bestest friend you could ask for. 75 more words

YES, VIRGINIA, GUILTY PLEASURES DO STILL EXIST!

If you are a follower or occasional viewer of this blog, you may have noticed the absence of posts lately.  What does this mean?  Does it symbolize an absence of… 279 more words

Guilty Pleasures

Elected by Rori Shay

Today is my stop on the blog tour for ELECTED by Rori Shay! This is one book you don’t want to miss and is out TODAY! 1,715 more words

Guest Blog: Donna Fletcher Crow

All of the stories in my Elizabeth and Richard literary suspense series have grown out my own experiences. And I guess that makes sense, since, like Elizabeth, I was an English literature teacher— although certainly never department head as she was. 693 more words

Guest Blogging

On Covers and Creation

I’m happy to finally allow you all to see the working cover art for Music and Progress!

Along the way, we had several different designs sketched out and several made it to a final draft, but, in the end, there could only be one. 252 more words

Christianity

I'm writing a new NON-fiction & would appreciate your help

Have you lived through a disaster?

Hi, I appreciate your assistance. I will be using your personal experiences for a book I am writing about surviving disasters (natural, man-made, technological, etc.) The only identification I am requesting is your FIRST name; any other ID offered will be kept in my personal file in case I need to contact you for more info and will be destroyed upon completion of the manuscript. 257 more words

Chelle Cordero