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    All of Jenn's techniques are spot on but the most...

    All of Jenn's techniques are spot on but the most important to me is just to write [I]something[I] at least once a day. You might not ever use it. It might get tucked away for two years. It could...
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    I have to agree here. Critique groups are a very...

    I have to agree here. Critique groups are a very difficult thing to form, especially when you draw strangers in. Conversely, having old friends gathered can lead to too many pacifistic comments...
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    How fantastic! I love books of this genre! ...

    How fantastic! I love books of this genre! Looking forward to reading it!
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    I have it too, but it's a day reader for me...LOL...

    I have it too, but it's a day reader for me...LOL Meaning only to be read during the day. Can't wait to dive into it. Lori is just plain creepy GOOD!!
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    Favorites....

    If I had to pick a favorite contemporary novel, I think I am still going to have to leave The Corset Diaries by Katie McAllistair at the top. She has a full figured heroine, a hunk who doesn't give...
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    Hi Donna, Enjoyed your excerpts over on the...

    Hi Donna,

    Enjoyed your excerpts over on the book bash! I think thanks to writers like you and Melanie Atkins, suspense is rising fast on my list of books to dive into. With the romance thrown...
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    I think it's because they were so popular when I...

    I think it's because they were so popular when I was younger and snatching up my mother's romance novels to read that I got burned out on them. They were extremely popular then and are still today. ...
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    Hi Donna!

    Oooh, I have been reading your excerpts over on the Trisk loops. Looking forward to reading the entire thing. Think I can possibly beg you to post an excerpt or two here? I think they'd enjoy it...
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    Where are all the historical fans?

    Hello hello,

    Truth be told, I'm a fan, but I am a bit particular about the historicals I read. I do love them, especially if they are well researched. Please take no offense if you are writing...
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    My hobbies

    I have two hobbies, but one is more a catharsis than anything.

    I love to cook and it is like therapy for me. I run everyone out of the kitchen and when I am done purging the stresses of the...
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    Sourdough

    If you find the secret to success, Karenne, let me know. I tried twice and all I did was end making my kitchen stinky for a little while. There are a few things I am no good at and it's usually the...
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    Just finished...

    I just finished reading Invasion of Falgannon Isle by Deborah MacGillivray and it was an absolute treat! It's a Scottish contemporary complete with an ancient curse, an island full of bachelors who...
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    I have two cats who are currently fighting with...

    I have two cats who are currently fighting with each other like siblings. They are Pixie and Lynx, but I should name them Chaos and Mayhem, especially at 2 a.m. when it sounds like a herd of buffalo...
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    Just curious

    Where do all of you find recipes? Do you hunt for cookbooks at rummage sales? Do you actually look on the back of the soup cans at the grocery store? Do you dig out the dusty bin of grandma's...
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    Greetings!

    Hi Madison,

    Welcome, welcome! Congrats on your debut novel and I wish you great sales!
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