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The One Where Maree Eats Humble Pie

I used to believe I was incapable of writing an outline and pre-plotting an entire book before I sat down to do the fun stuff – yanno, the writing-and-wondering-what’s-gonna-happen-next-bit....
Scottish selkies, Scoundrels, and Secrets

Scottish selkies, Scoundrels, and Secrets

Just a quick update to keep y’all in the loop because there are giveaways involved…. And who doesn’t want the chance to win a free book, right? Right! ***** First...
Secrets Volume 30 Excerpt Unleashed!

Secrets Volume 30 Excerpt Unleashed!

My first ever story in print has finally been unleashed upon the unsuspecting world! *dances round the room in her pjs* It’s available right now direct from Red Sage Publishing...
Screen versus book?

Screen versus book?

Hi all, What do you all think about watching a TV series or film, that has been based on a book (or series of books)? Most of the time I end up reading the books way before they become...
No, Google, I do not mean “fabulous”.

No, Google, I do not mean “fabulous”.

It’s not often I come across a word I can’t find the meaning of in any of my dictionaries — not that I have a bookcase full of dictionaries or anything. But I do have...

It’s raining heroes!

Hi all, Our Writers Gone Wild “We Give Great Hero” Tour has started off with a bang and we’re already up to Day 4…. It really is raining heroes *VBG* Here’s...

Writers Gone Wild give great hero!

**NEWSFLASH** Hot of the press from Wild Woman Gail over at the Writers Gone Wild blog: Introducing… The Writers Gone Wild “We Give Great Hero!” tour What makes a...
Lost in translation

Lost in translation

Many years ago, shortly after I got heavily into romance and was buying heaps of US-published books, I read the phrase, “He patted her on the fanny.” It wasn’t the...