novellas

Now Titled Appropriately: Mimi and the Banker

With eighty reviews on Amazon, this book is the most widely read of all my published works. That’s why I couldn’t let it become unpublished when I got my rights back April 1. Instead, I gave it a slightly different title that fit with the content (after all, it was one of the major peeves …

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How I Stub My Toe on Genre

During this season of rest, I’ve been experimenting writing various genres, hoping something will incite my passion for writing once more. This exercise revealed a few truths; the first: genre is a rock bent on stubbing my writing muscles. I already knew this. I learned it in various ways: Creating a brand for my website …

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Coming Soon to Sweet Grove

Don’t you love fictional towns? Sometimes walking the streets in Sweet Grove, Texas feels like coming home. Or maybe I’m the only one who gets attached to fictional characters and places. It’s why I like to read well-written series set in places I like. Like Cedar Cove, WA (Debbie Macomber) or Wishful, MS (Kait Nolan). …

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SWEET INSPIRATION Release Day

Are you excited to see what’s new from Roane Publishing this week? Here’s the newest Novella Niblets release…  Sweet Inspiration Contemporary Romance By Linda Carroll-Bradd Publisher: Roane Publishing Release Date: February 22, 2017   Dependable Cadence Wills yearns for excitement. The owner of a yarn business, she is pulled in every direction by her demanding …

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Free Books for a 3rd Anniversary Celebration!

Free books?! Oh yes. There are free books galore available to you this week. Romances. Fantasy. Stuff I’ve written. Books by writers more gifted and skilled than me. And scroll all the way down to the bottom to get the clue for the Scavenger Hunt. And you want to win that goodie box. It includes …

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