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Interview with Author Kate Robbins (Part 3)

  Here’s the final part of my interview with Newfoundland romance writer, Kate Robbins. In this segment Kate introduces us to her heroine, Nessia Stephenson and talks about her writing process. Kate has also kindly offered up a copy of Promised to the Highlander as a giveaway! Enter below. 🙂 […]

June 16, 2014

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Lobsters, Life & Literature

Last week, my kids and I enjoyed mouth-watering, fresh Atlantic lobster with my parents. The poor little crustaceans were taken out of the water Friday morning, and were on my plate by suppertime. Talk about succulent! This, ladies and gentlemen, is one of the great joys of living in a […]

July 9, 2013

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Terrific Summer Read: “Against Her Rules” by Victoria Barbour

Victoria Barbour

Only 8 more sleeps until summer officially begins! Time to break out the frosted drinks, beach chairs and steamy romance novels. No matter how long your summer reading list is, there’s always room for one more book – and do I have a recommendation for you! Against Her Rules is […]

June 13, 2013

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How to Write an Action Scene

Action scenes are devilishly difficult things to write. I struggled with the beginning of my novel for months because of it – writing and rewriting action sequences until they worked. My hard work and perseverance seems to have paid off though, so much in fact that I was recently asked […]

June 6, 2013

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Author Lesleyanne Ryan: Blog Tour

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In October, award-winning writer Lesleyanne Ryan published her debut novel, Braco. At the time, I interviewed Ryan about her publishing experiences. Last week, I had the great privilege of sitting with her again to discuss her Atlantic Book Awards nomination, her blog tour and life as an author. (At the end […]

May 15, 2013

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Poll Results: Poor Cinderella

Last week, I experimented with running a poll on the blog. I asked whether people preferred the books they read to have happy endings, or satisfying endings that made sense with the plot and general arc of the story. Turns out, 2/3 of the people who voted chose the satisfying […]

May 14, 2013

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