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5 Tips for Writing a Quotable Book Review by Stephanie Queen

I know, I know—it’s been a while since I’ve contributed to the Authors of Main Street blog, but I blame that all on Myren

It’s true. 861 more words

Authors Of Main Street

Cover Reveal Day #99Cent Pre-Order

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Love Blooms on Main Street by The Authors of Main Street is Coming Soon – 04.28.2015!

Pre-Order today to get the #AoMS Fan Price of #99cents! 183 more words

Kelly Rae

I am thankful for.....

…being a writer. It is not the easiest or the hardest job in the world. Sometimes it can feel like I’m frying my brain to come up with the perfect sentence and sometimes my body feels the abuse of butt in chair for long hours to get the job done. 151 more words

Getting Ready for the Busy Holiday Season

It’s that time of year again. You know what I’m talking about. That time when we run non-stop, shopping, cleaning, cooking, entertaining…and we do it for weeks on end. 1,117 more words

Authors Of Main Street

A recipe for Tourtière and a fabulous book collection - all part of Christmas on Main Street!

Today US author E. Ayers is here with a Christmas recipe she told me she thought “unusual” when she first read it. I had to laugh when I read what the recipe was. 1,814 more words

Books

Titles Should Be Short—Or Long by Joan Reeves

There’s a rule that says book titles should be short. There’s another rule that says book titles should be long enough to attract attention. Sheesh! That’s the trouble with rules. 725 more words

Contemporary Romance

How is writing like remodeling?

We’re in the middle of remodeling our kitchen, and it’s a formidable job. So far we’ve torn out a wall to combine two spaces, ripped out most of the cabinets (saving the sink for the last possible moment because life will be much harder without it), pulled up all the hardwood flooring, closed in two doors and created one wider opening, and removed a huge, ugly window to make room for a smaller bay window. 1,169 more words

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