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Interview with Charis Cotter

After a brief summer hiatus I’m back with another interview – this time with Newfoundland children’s author, Charis Cotter! Her latest novel is for kids aged 9-12 and is entitled The Swallow: A Ghost Story (published by Tundra Books, a division of Random House). In this first of a two-part […]

September 10, 2014

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Interview with Victoria Barbour (Part 2)

One week after release, the Passionate Kisses box set has: cracked the amazon.com Top 100 Paid Books in the Kindle store reached #63 on the overall sales ranking on amazon.com including the top ten in contemporary romance, anthologies and romantic comedy With this project, Victoria Barbour has: hit a personal […]

July 2, 2014

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Interview with Author Kate Robbins

  Here is the first of three video interviews with Newfoundland author Kate Robbins on the publication of the second novel in her Highland Chiefs historical romance series, Promised to the Highlander. The second interview will be posted on June 9, 2014. Kate’s debut novel, Bound to the Highlander, won […]

June 2, 2014

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How to Promote Your Children’s Book

  Katie Davis is an author, illustrator and host of the #1 iTunes podcast about book marketing, Brain Burps About Books. As if that wasn’t enough, she’s just released the second edition of “How to Promote Your Children’s Book: Tips, Tricks and Secrets to Create a Bestseller.” But guess what? It […]

March 28, 2014

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Interview with NL Author Kate Robbins

Author Kate Robbins

Leave a comment below and enter to win the brooch pin featured on the cover of Bound to the Highlander. Bound to the Highlander (BTTH) is the best selling, award-winning debut novel of Newfoundland author Kate Robbins. On the eve of publication BTTH won the 2013 Tampa Area Romance Authors (TARA) […]

November 7, 2013

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Why Writing Groups Are Important

Writing is lonely business.  For someone like me, who’s used to spending her days interacting with lots of different people, the solitude of the writing life can be a bit of a shock.  The cats are always with me when I’m working of course, but they don’t laugh at my […]

February 18, 2013

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