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Writer’s Tips & Tricks Day 22: I will finish… by Lisa Hendrix

First, a huge thank you to Kelly for including me in Tips and Tricks month. I’m writing this in mid-August, so I haven’t seen anyone else’s posts yet, but I can tell just by looking at the names of Kelly’s other guests that the last 29 days have been chock full of good advice, clever [...]

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Release Day Blitz: He’s So Fine by Jill Shalvis

  He’s So Fine Lucky Harbor #11 Amazon| Barnes & Noble | iBooks | IndieBound | Kobo | Google Play For Olivia Bentley, Lucky Harbor is more than the town where she runs her new vintage shop. It’s the place where folks are friendly to strangers-and nobody knows her real name. Olivia does a good job of keeping her past [...]

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Writer’s Tips & Tricks Day 21: Five tips for aspiring writers by Yasmine Galenorn

Five tips for aspiring writers: Ways to Keep the Words Flowing One: If you want to be a career writer I tell you this: there is no guarantee of success, but I guarantee that if you quit, you will fail. I don’t care what platform you approach for publishing—if you quit? You have nothing to [...]

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Kelly’s interview with Jaci Burton

Books-n-Kisses is pleased to welcome back the awesome Jaci Burton to the blog.  To chat about life, influences and her newest release Hope Burns. Jaci, can you please share with us a little about yourself I live in Oklahoma with my husband and my dogs. Between us we have three grown kids and several grandchildren. [...]

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Kissin’ the week of Sept 22nd-Sept 27th Goodbye

9.22.14 Kelly’s Interview with Molly Harper +a giveaway Natasha reviews No Weddings by Kat & Stone Bastion Kimberly reviews Jilted by Rachael Johns Blog Tour & Giveaway: A Seductive Melody by Crista McHugh 9.23.14 Spotlight feature of Marissa Dobson’s Hope’s Toy Chest and Cover Reveal of Destiny’s Wish Kelly reviews Maplecroft by Cherie Priest Kelly [...]

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SINsational Saturday Series: Jaci Burton’s Hope Series

Hope Smolders Hope 0.5 A HOPE NOVELLA  “Jaci Burton does raw, passionate romance like no other” (Joyfully Reviewed), and the New York Times bestselling author of Hope Ignitesand the hot new Play-by-Play novel Straddling the Line proves it again in this novella of second chances… Jane Kline is a struggling divorcee and single mother with a social life on hold. [...]

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Writer’s Tips & Tricks Day 20: Sex scenes….by Lila DiPasqua

Sex scenes….Key elements to writing a love scene that readers won’t want to skip by Lila DiPasqua  Let’s face it—writing a sex scene isn’t easy. First, you’ve got to forget about what your friends, family, or neighbors are going to think. There’s no way you can even begin to write a solid sex scene if you’re [...]

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Writer’s Tips & Tricks Day 19: How to write 20 pages a day by Donna Grant

How to write 20 pages a day by Donna Grant This post was inspired by conversations I frequently have from others asking me how I became a prolific writer. I think the main reason is because I’m a bit OCD. J However, it started about 15 years ago when I was just beginning to write [...]

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Spotlight Teaser of Marie Harte’s Ruining Mr. Perfect (+ a tourwide giveaway)

Ruining Mr. Perfect The McCauley Brothers #3 Amazon | BAM | B&N | Chapters | Indiebound| iTunes | Kobo IT’S NOT EASY BEING RIGHT Vanessa Campbell is a CPA by day and a perfectionist by night. She’s fit, successful…and decidedly lonely. She can’t stop thinking about the youngest McCauley brother, Cameron. He’s just like her: smart, attractive, and usually right—except when dealing [...]

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Writers Tips & Tricks Day 18: Rejection: What should I do by Karina Cooper

  Rejection: What Should I Do? If you’ve so much as stuck a toe into the writing world, you know that rejection is waiting in the wings. It’s part of the industry, from the very first query—or, if you’re a masochist and want to start early, from the very first contest—all the way through to [...]

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Writer’s Tips & Tricks Day 17 part a: Tips to Build in Emotional Stakes in Your Book by Jennifer Apodaca

Tips to Build in Emotional Stakes in Your Book  by Jennifer Apodaca (Also writes as Jennifer Lyon) The emotional stakes in a story will hook a reader and keep her invested in the book to the very end. An action-packed plot is fantastic—but all the action or twists in the world won’t keep the reader interested [...]

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Writer’s Tips & Tricks Day 17 part b: Three Ways to Build Your Novel’s Foundation by Macy Beckett

Macy Beckett wanted to share a post that she wrote for NaNoWriMo on self-editing for beginners. Please check out her post about Three Ways to Build Your Novel’s Foundation HERE ***** Make sure to check out Macy’s up coming release Make you Remember Amazon| B&N Coming November 4, 2014 from Penguin Group Ten years ago, Beau Dumont [...]

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