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? [...]
We have two more Christmas Romances to reveal today! Confirmed bachelor, Nathan Rutledge shut his heart to romance when he was forced to break the heart of the only woman he ever truly loved. Now, with his father’s retirement from the family conglomerate, the torch has been passed to him. But there are two problems—first, he needs a wife in order to take over the [...]
This past Christmas, our fourteen-year-old granddaughter requested a planner for Christmas. Not just any planner, this one offered about a thousand options to personalize it including stickers, pens, pencils . . . you get the point. Whether she ever really used it for planning or not, I don’t know. It may have just become another art project, but at the time, she loved it.
Photo by Miesha Moriniere on Pexels.com Writing my book, A Plan for Everything, was one of the most difficult writing challenges I’ve experienced to date. That winter, I worked through low-level carbon monoxide poisoning for weeks not realizing what was happening to me, wondering if I would ever get well from respiratory illness, wondering if [...]
Photo by Prateek Katyal on Pexels.com We have some oldies but goodies to share with you today. Our blog has been around for many years and we have some great posts that are too good to be buried in the dust. Find our most popular Writing Tips blog posts below! Engaging Emotions by Penelope Powell [...]
Connie’s Coffee and Cones is thriving, and owner Connie Spencer is right on track to realize her dream of expanding into a catering business. She believes she owes her success to her remarkable ability to plan. In fact, she has a plan for everything. At least, she thought she did—until Michael Cole appears in Worthville. [...]