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OCTOBER'S WRITER TO WATCH: Jacinta Howard, author of 'Happiness in Jersey'

When did you know you were a writer, and what’s the first thing you remember writing?

I was always able to express myself in writing way better than I could verbally. 1,809 more words

Romance

The Boyfriend Sessions: only 1 day to go! And we're talking exes...

What do Giggly Grant, Troubled Troy and Handy Hamish all have in common?

They’re all ex-boyfriends of my lead character, Christa, in my new contemporary romance… 425 more words

Blog

Self-Publishing and Women's Fiction, Hot Topics in International Writer's Conference in Italy

As my friends in Rome know, I left town on September 24 to attend a very special writer’s conference held in the South of Italy, in beautiful Matera – now just nominated European Culture Capital for 2019.  562 more words

Blog 47: Echoes of the Dance by Marcia Willett - a turgid saga

They were all there for different reasons – a broken romance, a destroyed career, a sudden loss, a secret life still to be acknowledged. All of them were hoping that the uplifting beauty of the Cornish countryside would bring them the peace for which they desperately longed. 335 more words

Review

Chapter One: A Week at Rockbottom

Susan

 

 

 

Green Haven Rehab facility

Rochester, NY

“Susan! Open the door!”

A thick, guttural beat stuttered into her head, followed by a quick, sharp pain that pierced her right eyebrow and imbedded itself in the base of her skull. 2,544 more words

The Craft

Review: Accidents of Marriage

Accidents of Marriage

by Randy Susan Meyers
Published by Atria
369 pages
Genre: women’s fiction
4 / 5

Summary:

From the bestselling author of The Comfort of Lies, an engrossing look at the darker side of a marriage—and at how an ordinary family responds to an extraordinary crisis. 971 more words

Women's Fiction

Who me? Cook?

The heroine of Red, White & Screwed, Glenda Nelson, has a man over for dinner on a work night. I know! What was she thinking! 995 more words