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She made her bed, but she doesn’t have to sleep in it . . . Maid for Love by @MarieForce #amreading #Romance @InkSlingerPR


Today we are celebrating the mass market paperback release of MAID FOR LOVE by Marie Force. This is the first title in her bestselling Gansett Island series. Check out the links for the book below, along with other books in the series coming out in mass market paperback this year. PURCHASE IT NOW! Amazon | … Continue reading She made her bed, but she doesn’t have to sleep in it . . . Maid for Love by @MarieForce #amreading #Romance @InkSlingerPR

There’s a very special kind of sweetness to life on Pine Cove Island … Don’t Call Me Cupcake by @Tara_Sheets #NewRelease #Romance @Barclay_PR


A cupcake baker with magical abilities suddenly finds herself competing with the unfortunately handsome owner of the fancy new bakery across the street in Golden Heart® Winner Tara Sheets's magical romantic comedy releasing April 24th, 2018.   Rafflecopter for Don’t Call Me Cupcake Blog Tour Giveaway: Tara is offering one (1) lucky winner a Kindle … Continue reading There’s a very special kind of sweetness to life on Pine Cove Island … Don’t Call Me Cupcake by @Tara_Sheets #NewRelease #Romance @Barclay_PR

Sneak Off and Read: Lines all about the topic ASK #RSsos #RomSuspense


The Sisterhood of Suspense share lines from their work every Sunday. Check out this week’s topic: Ask

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#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about the topic ASK for a great start to the week.


Still, I couldn’t help feel somewhat foolish. I mean, I was here to ask if anyone had ever reported seeing ghosts on the property.

Claire Gem


So many questions I longed to ask, but I doubted the Constable would even know where to begin.

Joanne Guidoccio


“I was young and in love, and when you asked me to promise to keep our relationship a secret, I wasn’t about to argue or do anything to jeopardize our future.”

Kathryn Jane


“Rude?” She lowered her voice to a whisper. “You’re the one who asked me to check out that gross excuse for a human being and for what? You think I’m stupid? I’m not doing him.”

Marian Lanouette


This part of his job was never easy, but crucial time had elapsed, time without an arrest. Now…

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Smorgasbord Sunday Interview: The Militant Negro™


Sally Cronin interviews The Militant Negro on Smorgasbord blog today. A #MustRead

The Militant Negro™

The lovely and talented Ms. Sally Cronin who runs a first rate blog called Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life has started a new series…..I’ll just let you read all about it….

Here is a link to Ms. Sally’s original post….

The new series of the Smorgasbord Sunday Interview – Getting to Know You!

Welcome to the new series of the Smorgasbord Sunday Interview –  Getting to Know You…and to show you how it will look when you participate.. I am going first.

As writers we tend to share aspects of our work in interviews, such as our blog posts, books and characters, and that is very important. However, sometimes we don’t get to share some of the other aspects of our personalities.

I was looking at some of the blogging award posts and decided that for this new series, I might ask some of the questions…

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Thistledown – Midsummer Bedlam 32 — The End.


A thrilling end to Thistledown, a faery magic story by Teagan Geneviene! A #MustRead

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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Welcome back to the faery land of Thistledown… but first the real world.

Thistledown Girl

The Real World

If I were writing a novel, there are many things I would circle back to in this tale, loose ends to tie up, hints to conclude, Faery Namers to mention again.  I’ve often thought this was a story I should never have begun.  At an extremely challenging time in my life Thistledown does not take me to a world where I would escape.  Rather, it ties me to the darkness of the current time and place.  It seems like an odd thing to say about a tale of faeries, doesn’t it?

That said, it may not be done in the best “literary” way, or the best “technical” way, but I’m bringing this story to a close.  I’m truly grateful to everyone who has followed this story.  The joy I take…

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A full cast of friends, steamy scenes, and laughter… And I Love You by @KateKisset #NewRelease #Romance @InkSlingerPR


Today we have the release tour for Kate Kisset’s AND I LOVE YOU! Check it out and be sure to grab your copy of this contemporary romance today! Title: AND I LOVE YOU Author: Kate Kisset Genre: Contemporary Romance About And I Love You: Radio disc jockey Juliet St. John is hiding her heart in … Continue reading A full cast of friends, steamy scenes, and laughter… And I Love You by @KateKisset #NewRelease #Romance @InkSlingerPR

A Match Made in Bed by Cathy Maxwell #Historical #Romance @AvonBooks @PureTextuality @MaxwellCathy


Once upon a time there were three young ladies who, despite their fortunes, had been on the marriage mart a bit too long. They were known as “the Spinster Heiresses” . . . Miss Cassandra Holwell is too tall, too bookish, and too smart—but she does have money and a father who wants a grand … Continue reading A Match Made in Bed by Cathy Maxwell #Historical #Romance @AvonBooks @PureTextuality @MaxwellCathy

Work hard, play harder… Hot Response by @ShannonStacey #NewRelease #Romance @PureTextuality


The men of Boston Fire are back and hotter than ever! Don’t miss this brand-new novel from New York Times bestselling author Shannon Stacey.  Gavin Boudreau lives for the job, but he also believes in “work hard, play harder.” As the youngest guy in Ladder 37, he figures he’s got plenty of time before settling down becomes … Continue reading Work hard, play harder… Hot Response by @ShannonStacey #NewRelease #Romance @PureTextuality

Book Recommendation: What’s in a Name? by Sally Cronin


A well-deserved stellar review for Sally Cronin’s short story collection, What’s in A Name by reviewer Amy M. Reade

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Back in May of 2017, I published an interview with Sally Cronin. You can read it here if you’d like to refresh your memory. In that interview she talked about her new book, What’s in a Name?

I read the book recently (I need to get on Amazon and post my review) and I’d like to share my thoughts with you. And since this post it entitled “Book Recommendation,” I’m sure you have a pretty good idea of my thoughts.

What’s in a Name? is a collection of short stories, all written by Sally. She had the genius idea of writing two stories for each letter of the alphabet: the name of the story would be the first name of the male or female main character. Hence, Sally has penned the stories “Anne” and “Alexander,” “Grace” and “George,” and “Jane” and “Jack.” I’m sure you get the picture.

Volume I…

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One rookie assistant + one demanding executive = Too Hard To Resist by @RobinBielman #amreading #Romance @PureTextuality


One rookie assistant + one demanding executive = flirting that is too hot to handle. Have you ever wished for the perfect job? Me, too. So when I land a temporary gig with a worthwhile and exemplary startup, I’m determined to make it permanent. That my boss is the gorgeous, clever Elliot Sax is nothing … Continue reading One rookie assistant + one demanding executive = Too Hard To Resist by @RobinBielman #amreading #Romance @PureTextuality