Congratulations to Misty L. & Nanette G. on being chosen as my very first “Fans of the Week!” They responded to Monday’s question, “What is your favorite Keira Montclair novel and why?” which entered them into a random drawing. Their names were chosen! With their notification came a brief Fan of the Week questionnaire for us […]

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Well, the results are in! Congratulations to the randomly chosen response #12 in our first “Fan of the Week” fun! Here are a few clues about our Week 1 Fan of the Week: Although stating that her decision was difficult, her favorite book is “A Fresh Start for Two.” This novel is the second in […]

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It is almost Monday, August 10th, 2015 which means that it is time to post our first Fan Question of the Week! We are going to keep the first question more generalized for everyone, with hopes that all will feel included. Here goes!  WEEK 1: What is your favorite Keira Montclair novel and why? You […]

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This exciting contest runs from August 2-8th, 2015! You can win a Kindle Fire HD6! Follow these instructions to take part: Visit all 11 author’s links by clicking below:  1) Elizabeth Rose 2) Laurel O’Donnell 3) Kathryn Le Veque 4) Tanya Anne Crosby 5) April Holthaus 6) Emma Prince 7) Suzan Tisdale 8) Keira Montclair 9) Eliza Knight […]

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I’m so excited to be off to the Romance Writers Conference in NYC this year. Unfortunately, I won’t make it in time to be part of the literacy signing, but I will be in the self-published authors book-signing on Thursday at 3:00. Hope to see you there!  Lots of things to look forward to… 1. […]

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So I have lots of exciting things happening this summer, so don’t be upset if I disappear for a couple of days here and there. Here’s my list. 1. Release of THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE HIGHLANDS, Jennie’s story, one that I absolutely loved writing. Why? Because it is so much about the love of […]

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As any author knows, Amazon has taken a stand against some types of books by changing the way they pay authors who belong to KDP Select. Some authors are screaming Armageddon and running for the hills.  Not me. I’m jumping back in. This is exactly what I’d hoped would happen. Why? Because it’s closer to […]

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Every historical author has to make a decision on how they are going to handle dialect. For me, that means the 1200s in Scotland for my Clan Grant Series. For most of my characters, that would mean I should write in Gaelic which I don’t speak or understand, and I doubt many of my readers […]

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