What a way to ring in the New Year! I was notified of this review minutes before heading out the door to celebrate. Needless to say, there were many beaming faces around the laptop tonight and two reasons to drink champagne. Here’s what reviewer, Diana Coyle, had to say: All I can say about this…
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What a great Thanksgiving gift! And definitely something to be thankful for. I just got my first, official review from Long and Short Reviews. They gave The Benefactor a 4-book rating. Click here to read the complete review. I’ve pasted in part of it below. The “Everything’s Coming Up Roses” beginning of The Benefactor is…
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[I’ll get to the translation of Be-uh He-uh in a moment for any out-of-towners.] My book, The Benefactor, was released by The Wild Rose Press last week. For the past few months I’ve been gazing into space and doing research on the best places to promote a book. Believe it or not, a bookstore is…
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I got word today that my book, The Benefactor, was available for author purchase, which was a great relief since, against advice, I have optimistically scheduled events and was starting to get a bit worried about having the books in time. When I arrived at my publisher’s site, I saw that it’s available for EVERYONE…
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Today is the first anniversary of this blog and I’ve been thinking about all that’s happened over the course of the year. It reminds me of the importance of being open to people and reaching out to others. Nothing good happens if you sit alone in your home day after day. Read on to see…
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This blog is a collaboration between Richard Lamb and Margaret Reyes Dempsey discussing their collaboration. Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Other Writers Margaret: It seems membership is increasing at Inked-In. I’m sure many people join just to see what it’s all about, as I did back in July. I never dreamed…
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As I get older, I realize just what a gift memory is. I also realize that my memory isn’t what it once was (and I’m only 43!). Pregnancy and motherhood have a way of permanently reserving a portion of your brain. However, I’m grateful for the section they’ve left for my personal use. And there’s…
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