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How conflict can be understated, plus a #FREE romance novella

Another month – and another Round Robin already! This month the topic is “Confrontation creates powerful drama. Use one scene you’ve written (published or not) that shows confrontation between characters with a brief explanation… 739 more words


Cover Spot: MacLeod by Cathy MacRae

This week’s  featured cover is from another of  my good friends from Romancing Yesteryear, author Cathy MacRae, who has just TODAY!!!  released her latest Scottish romance in the Ghosts of Culloden Moor series called… 176 more words


The Crusader's Handfast: Part Six

I have an update for you today on the final installment of Duncan and Radegunde’s story, The Crusader’s Handfast: Part Six. As you might have guessed, since there isn’t an Amazon link yet, I’m running late on this story. 202 more words

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The Highlander's Stolen Touch (The MacLerie Clan #5) by Terri Brisbin

Ciara Robertson has loved formidable Highlander Tavis MacLerie all her life. She watched, brokenhearted, while he married and lost another. Now, finally of marriageable age, Ciara throws her heart at his feet…. 418 more words


Medieval Monday ~ Rue Allyn

I’m so excited to have Rue Allyn visit me today for Medieval Monday. It’s Rue’s first time here, so let’s give her a warm welcome. When not writing, loving her spouse, or attending meetings, Rue travels the world and surfs the internet in search of background material and inspiration for her next heart melting romance. 914 more words

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The Crusader's Handfast: Part Five Available Today!

The Crusader’s Handfast: Part Five is available today!

In this episode, Radegunde makes a new friend and delivers welcome news to her lady. Duncan sets a trap for his adversary and discovers that the issues of his past must be resolved before he can offer Radegunde a home—and Radegunde plants a seed.

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Medieval Monday ~ Lane McFarland

What would romantic fiction be without conflict? Well, not very romantic, that’s for sure. For Medieval Monday, our new theme is … you guessed it … conflict! 922 more words

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