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The Spark of New Love

If Ever I Fall Heroes in Love
If Ever I Fall

A chance meeting turns into a forbidden love, & separated by thousands of miles & tons of complications the bright, shining spirit of a determined young woman makes the impossible happen.
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Heroes in Love

Sexy couple, Billy & Daniel become unlikely heroes when they stumble across a touching love story & hope to work magic to reunite the lovers before time runs out.
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Joey Gin Me Over

Secrets & lies, a family that lived in the darkest alleys of criminal life are what Joey brings to a relationship, which means the LAPD officer who has captured his heart is completely off limits.
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Gin Me Over

When Birdy’s peacock attacked his bank’s Relationship Manager, his business problems took a turn for the worst, until they sent Jaydon Tyrell, & then everything started to add up just fine.
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Writer's World

Tips & Answers to Qs


Eudora Welty

“Long before I wrote stories, I listened for stories. Listening for them is something more acute
than listening to them. I suppose it’s an early form of participation in what goes on.
Listening children know stories are there. When their elders sit and begin, children are
just waiting and hoping for one to come out, like a mouse from its hole.”

“Great fiction shows us not how to conduct our behavior but how to feel. Eventually,
it may show us how to face our feelings and face our actions and to have new inklings
about what they mean. A good novel of any year can initiate us into our own new experience.” 

“Both reading and writing are experiences--lifelong-- in the course of which
we who encounter words used in certain ways are persuaded by them to be
brought mind and heart within the presence, the power, of the imagination.”

“Human life is fiction's only theme.” 

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Valencia, California
February 1st 2020

American Association of University Women

American Association of University Women


Jury's Inn
Broad Street, Birmingham, UK
February 21st–23rd

ShiMMer 2020


From the Editor's Desk

Editor's Desk

Blank Slate

Promises, promises. We all make them around the turn of a new year. Call them resolutions, a new way to do the same things, employing better organizational skills, or digging into your stack of cookbooks and promising to be more creative with your meal choices. All of it adds up to an attempt to improve things in your life.

What have you promised yourself about your writing? Your authorship? Your business acumen? Don’t roll your eyes. It’s past time to make changes, even if things are going well. Especially if things are going well. What are you doing right? Can you do it better and take your writing, authorship, and the business of you to the next level? Have you defined your objectives, benchmarks, and goals? If not, it’s a good place to start.

Goal oriented and organized is anathema to some artists. But when things aren’t going well, bemoaning one’s fate never changes it. Don’t think of EVERYTHING you have to do, and then give up because it overwhelms. Break it down into its component parts and start with one small thing. Over time, the building blocks you have laid in place make a strong foundation from which to springboard to bigger and better.

Now, what’s your next book and/or series going to be about?