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Guest Post: author Toya Richardson discusses the development of her works for readers

In today’s guest post, I have the immense pleasure of welcoming author Toya Richardson to the blog. Toya, best-known for her romance books THE ATLANTEAN BIRTHRIGHT and FLAME, discusses the development of her works over a period of time, and how it is always beneficial to keep prospective projects on the back burner as they can prove invaluable when one least expects it. 779 more words

Hydrant in Color

Welcome to Mix-it-Up Monday, everyone!

Aaah…It feels so good to be back. Miss me much? :-)

In my part of the world, summer is in full swing, which means I’m outdoors a lot. 77 more words

Melia Alexander

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

My mind is numb, but my motivation is turned on high!

RWA15 has turned into one of the best conferences I have ever attended. Ever. The diversity of the workshops is truly amazing,  today no exception. 336 more words

Romance Writers

Guest Post: author Tamara Ferguson offers insightful advice for productive writing

In today’s guest post, I have the pleasure of welcoming author Tamara Ferguson to the blog. Tamara, best-known for her romance book series THAT UNFORGETTABLE KISS and TALES OF THE DRAGONFLY, offers insightful and helpful advice on writing, and how to make the most of one’s time when sitting down to write. 1,290 more words

Things I Am Not Writing

Oh, hi, blog. It’s been a while. I owe you some recipes and a day in the life post that’s a month overdue. Sorry about that. 441 more words

Writing

RWA15 whirlwind

I am one tired little romance writer, kids. Yesterday was an astounding day on several fronts. I won’t talk about everything, just the highlights I was able to hit. 342 more words

Romance Writers