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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Apr 20, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 9 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Happy Easter Sunday, everyone! I’m continuing today with my Unlikely Gentlemen 2.5 title, Cerise Amour.  As Jeb’s health improved, the girl produced trousers and a shirt for him to wear. Whoever it was who owned the men’s clothes, he’d been gone a while and for whatever reason, Cerise was on her own. He was aware of her growing agitation and often listened to her pace the cabin at night when she thought him asleep. The first day he made it out of bed she was gone, so he navigated his way outside on his own. He managed to stay on...

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The Biggest Poser by Sam Cheevers

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in Author Guest Blogger, Blog | 6 comments

The Biggest Poser by Sam Cheevers

Hi to everyone! And a special welcome to Sam Cheevers, with us today, talking about her new book, The Biggest Poser. Passion in its Many Forms My newest release, The Biggest Poser, is based on a reality television show that makes losing weight into a contest between overweight people and their trainers. Like the real-life show it spoofs, The Biggest Poser is unpredictable, exciting, at times frustrating, and generally inspirational to those of us who constantly struggle with our weight. Unlike The Biggest Loser, however, the book is also...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Apr 12, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 10 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone! Since an unexpected technical delay happened last week and Cerise Amour hasn’t released yet, I’m jumping ahead a bit from the last scene and switching back to Cherry’s POV. Cherry discarded the rest of the soldier’s tattered clothes but kept the soft leather boots that he’d worn laced to his knees. “If you die, I’ll take your boots as payment for all my troubles,” she taunted in one of his lucid moments, trying to irritate him into staying alive. He grunted, making a rough sound that might have...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Apr 5, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 12 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone! Since Cerise Amour releases on Thursday, April 10th and that’s this week, @_@ I’m  continuing last week’s scene  from  Unlikely Gentlemen 2.5 (Cherry went to the bayou and stumbled onto a Confederate soldier). I’ve returned to my hero’s POV in this snippet. Jeb heard the sounds of rescue before he stared up at deliverance. He’d been carried downstream by a torpid current, bleeding in the water all the way; finally he’d bumped against land and had just enough life left to crawl through mud and...

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Fool for Love Blog Hop

Posted by on Apr 4, 2014 in Blog, Blog Hops, Contests, News | 15 comments

Fool for Love Blog Hop

• GRAND PRIZE: Kindle Paperwhite w/ Special Offers     • LIVE DRAWING & CHAT: Sun Apr 6th at 7PM Eastern http://chat.justromance.me Welcome to the Fool for Love Blog Hop! I’m Gem Sivad, author of steamy historical, hot paranormal, and smoldering contemporary (coming soon) romance. Nice to meet you. There are lots of authors and prizes galore on this weekend adventure. I hope you’ll have time to visit everyone so you can go in the drawing for a Kindle. Leave a comment below, tell me if you’ve ever been a “fool for...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Mar 29, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 12 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. Spring cleaning going on here. I’m spending the day in the garage with hubs debating the merits of each piece of junk we’ve accumulated and stored since last spring. My snippet today is from my heroine’s POV and continues  last week’s scene from my next Unlikely Gentlemen title,  Cerise Amour. When Cherry woke at daybreak to the sounds of battle coming from Milliken’s Bend, she grabbed her glasses and hastily dressed.  No doubt her dad would have told her to stay hidden away on their patch of dry...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Mar 22, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 22 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. Happy Spring! It’s warm here and a few intrepid crocuses are poking their heads up and looking around. I’ve been posting from River’s Edge and Outrageous Pride, my first two Unlikely Gentlemen titles. To read the first full chapter of River’s Edge, and enter the Springtime in the Country $100 Gift Card give away, go here. Since Cerise Amour (UG 2.5) releases on April 10th, I thought I’d share a scene from it today. June 7, 1863 Knocked from his horse by a lunging infantryman, Jeb Carter staggered,...

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Springtime in the Country Blog Hop

Posted by on Mar 20, 2014 in Blog Hops, Contests, News | 18 comments

Springtime in the Country Blog Hop

Hey, everyone. Welcome to the Springtime in the Country Blog Hop.  Thirty-three authors have united to celebrate the new season (at least the calendar says it is) and shake off the malaise of a snowy winter. Yay!!! The Grand Prize for the blog hop is a $100 Gift Card to either Amazon or Barns & Noble (winner’s choice). Leave a comment below and tell me why you love ( or not) spring where you live to go in a drawing for choice of any title from my backlist. USE THE RAFFLECOPTER  TO ENTER THE DRAWING FOR THE GRAND PRIZE. a...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Mar 15, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 18 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone.  I don’t want to shout it too loud and jinx the weather but we’ve experienced the phenomenon of sun in sky two days in a row and…  *whispering* I think spring is here. I’m  continuing  from River’s Edge, posting a little further along in the first meeting scene,  but switching POV’s  to peek at life through Edge Grayson’s eyes. “You’re trespassing,” she’d said. There was no disputing that he had been; it was a stupid mistake. Hell, he could have ridden up the fence line a bit and taken a...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Mar 8, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 16 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone! I’m circling back to River’s Edge this weekend, having learned it’s a nominee for a 2013 RONE Award, sponsored by InD’Tale Magazine. As I wrote this story last year, I posted snippets from it on WeWriWa and used your comments to tweak. So belatedly–thanks for your fantastic feedback!! Today’s post is a bit further on in this scene shared two weeks ago. River bit her bottom lip, concentrating as she detailed the heavy shoulder muscles, the sprinkling of dark chest hair, and the sharp hipbones framing...

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