February 4th, 2013

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  • February 4th, 2013
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    Coffee Time Romance & More Calendar of Events

    Book Brew with the Coffee Crew

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    February is the month for romance, the most lovey-dovey, two boxes of tissues, hearts and flowers and chocolate kind of romance!! So authors of ultra-romantic love stories will be joining us on Book Brew for our Celebrate Romance day, 4 Feb 2013. We've thrown it open to any author with a great heart-rending love story and there will be giveaways as always. So come join us on February 4 from noon until eight EST at the Coffee Thoughts blog page (you can reach it from the CTR Home Page!) and expect to find some new faves and new books by old faves to add to your list. If you are missing Book Brew every month you are missing out on free books, fun chats and finding new authors you might otherwise miss! Please come join us. No RSVP needed for this party and we have the pressies! Don't miss this pre-Valentine love fest!
  • February 4th, 2013 to February 8th, 2013 12:00 PM to 08:00 PM
    Coffee Time Romance & More Calendar of Events

    Writing Class - Indie Publishing. Is It For You? by Terry Odell

    Writing Class
    Indie Publishing. Is It For You?
    February 4-8

    Is Indie Publishing the Next Big Thing? Or is it just a thing? How do you know if it's right for you? Or if you're ready to take that step? Join author Terry Odell as she presents the ins, outs, pros and cons of publishing your books yourself. Odell has published traditionally in print and with digital publishers, and has moved her focus to going Indie, with eleven titles published. She'll be posting information and answering questions starting February 4th.

    Terry Odell is an author of mystery and romance. I can’t remember learning to read, only that I always did. My parents tell people they had to move from our first home because I finished the library. Learning to write is another story. In some ways, I’ve always been a writer—I just never put the words on paper. Most of my ideas were based on books or television shows or movies I thought I could “improve” with my own plot or character changes.
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