Category: Seasonal

Making What is Old New Again

Making What is Old New Again

By Lauren Elliott Traditions play an important role as we prepare for the busy upcoming holiday season. Given that in America, seasonal marketing and holiday celebrations start to take place… READ MORE

White Christmas, or Green?

White Christmas, or Green?

By Liz Ireland “I’m dreaming of a White Christmas, just like the ones I used to know…” Whenever I find myself humming that tune, I have to laugh. The Christmases… READ MORE

Building a Novella

Building a Novella

By Mary Jo Putney The Hero One of the fun things about writing a novella is that it gives me a chance to go back and work with secondary characters… READ MORE

Meet Miss Cassandra Isles

Meet Miss Cassandra Isles

By Sabrina Jeffries Miss Cassandra Isles in her own words: Some would say I’m fortunate my aunt and uncle took me in when I was orphaned, and they would be… READ MORE

Two of My Favorite Characters

Two of My Favorite Characters

By Madeline Hunter A Christmas Abduction features two of my favorite types of characters—a rake with a heart of gold, and an independent, resourceful woman. Adam Prescott has a reputation… READ MORE

The Haunted Town Festival

By Lena Gregory In A Waffle Lot of Murder, Gia misses fall in New York. She misses the clean crisp air, the cool nights, and the amazing array of colors… READ MORE