YA author Joiya Morrison Efemini writes about the inspiration for the title of her YA novel, Petrified Flowers.
Small towns are full of unique charm, heartwarming characters, and even some mystery. Four authors have come together to bring insight into what has inspired the small town settings in their romance novels. Find out what makes each of these settings so unique, then pick up a copy so you can experience all the heartwarming charm for yourself!
3 lessons from visiting the homes of great writers, guest post by Beverly Varnado: I’ve had the opportunity to visit the homes of a few great writers. Standing in the spaces they once occupied has at times left me awestruck, but somehow I pulled myself together enough to look for the messages they left behind for others who might want to follow.
Guest post by Beverly Varnado One of the taglines for my new Christmas novella, A Season for Everything, is “Will her shattered heart find a new season of love this Christmas? That question leads to another. Could my character Catherine simply find someone else and get over her pain? Would a new romance heal her? [...]
Guest post by Ann Brodeur In my novel SNOWBOUND IN WINTERBERRY FALLS, cookies and Christmas treats abound! There’s almost as much snow as there are goodies (not really, but it’s a fun comparison). The B&B owner is known for her Christmas baking and happens to be the cousin of my hero, Jason. He is the [...]
Guest post by Ann Brodeur What do Phoebe Buffay, Monica Geller and Rachel Green; Anne Shirley and Diana Barry; Christopher Robbin and Pooh; Elizabeth Bennett and Charlotte Lucas; Rachel Bishop, Melody Johansson and Analyn Sanchez have in common? Friendships we all love watching play out in their fictional worlds. And I’m sure there’s a host [...]