The Christmas Treasure by Mallory Kane


Music for my Soul by Lauren Linwood

Music for my Soul by Lauren Linwood.

Music for my Soul by Lauren Linwood

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Audiobook Review: THE ROGUE, book 1 of the Rogues of Ravensmuir Series by Claire Delacroix

Audiobook Review: THE ROGUE, book 1 of the Rogues of Ravensmuir Series by Claire Delacroix.

***Romancing Christmas Cover Reveal***

***Romancing Christmas Cover Reveal***.

Audiobook Review: SILVER STORM, book 1, The Raveneau Novels

Loved this book!

Booktalk with Eileen: Journaling a Journey -- Learning the Art of Crafting a Novel

An exceedingly good production of this marvelous novel by Cynthia Wright

Scurry  over to your favorite online bookstore, if this read interests you. Presently, the ebook is available at no charge!

untitled (9)Title:Silver Storm, book 1, The Raveneau Novels
Author: Cynthia Wright
Genre: Historical Romance (Revolutionary War, Colonial American)
Published by: Boxwood Manor Books (November 16, 2013)
Pages: 324 ASIN: B005DJ93EW

Production Copy: February 13, 2014
Narrated by: Emily Beresford
Listening Length: 11 hours, 5 minutes
Published by: Cynthia Wright
Whispersync for Voice: Ready

~The Raveneau Novels~

The Silver Storm, book 1
Surrender the Stars, book 2
Silver Sea, book 3
Tempest, book 4

About the Story: Devon Lindsay has always, always had a crush on Andre Raveneau. So when she by chance ran into Devon on the street, she was entranced – a besotted young girl. Andre, thinking to rid her of…

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Website – the Foundation of Author Marketing

Fantastic information!

Love, Lust, and Laptops

When was the last time you updated your website?

Screenshot 2014-10-22 09.24.46 My KaLyn Cooper updated website

As some of you know, I teach social media workshops and I recently took my own advice and updated my website. I will admit, I still have more to do especially after conducting research for this blog. Check out my website at

In a recent study of Romance readers, the author’s website was the number one place readers went to find information about an author and upcoming book releases. Unfortunately, most authors get swept up into Facebook, twitter, blogging, etc. and forget about their website for months at a time.

I’ve compiled some tips for revamping your website.

  1. Streamline your design. Just as readers judge a book by its cover, they judge the author by their website. It should look like your brand. Even though you personally like the color orange and wispy lines that swoop…

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