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The Memories A Writer Carries

The Memories A Writer Carries

By Lindsay McKenna Do you ever pick up a book and wonder what the story behind it is, and what inspired the author to write it? I always wonder what… READ MORE

The Wishing Tree

The Wishing Tree

By Lindsay McKenna I’ve always written about strong women who were creative, matriarchal characters. I started writing about such women in 1980, and haven’t stopped to this day. And that… READ MORE

Writers Submissions

Writers Submissions   KENSINGTON: Established in 1974, Kensington, America’s independent publisher, located in New York City, is the foremost independent publishing house in the United States publishing in hardcover, trade… READ MORE

Never Send a Boy to Do a Woman’s Job

Never Send a Boy to Do a Woman’s Job

Or, how an anchor comes up with a trouser diva! by Kathleen Marple Kalb Every single time I give my newsroom colleagues the top-line on A Fatal Finale: Swashbuckling opera… READ MORE

Emergency Garlic Butter Recipe

Emergency Garlic Butter Recipe

By Gin Jones The original draft of SIX CLOVES UNDER, in addition to having a really terrible title, didn’t have any recipes. My amazing agent, Rachel Brooks, not only brainstormed… READ MORE

What Made Me A Romance Reader?

What Made Me A Romance Reader?

By Laura Heffernan I started reading romance novels when I was eleven or twelve, hiding them under my mattress or inside my nightstand so my mom wouldn’t find them (of… READ MORE

Things That Give Me Chills

Things That Give Me Chills

By Sara Driscoll Halloween is a time for thrills and chills. For scary costumes and scarier decorations. For haunted houses and ghoulish stories told in the dark. But one of… READ MORE

My Quilt by Elizabeth Hardinger

My Quilt by Elizabeth Hardinger

My maternal grandmother, Lizzie Frans (1900-1993), was an artist with a needle. She crocheted, tatted, appliqued, embroidered, quilted, and, of course, mended. She had four daughters and eighteen grandchildren, and… READ MORE

My Love Of Bakeries by Lynn Cahoon

My Love Of Bakeries by Lynn Cahoon

Or this blog could be called my love of baked goods. Either way, I’m pretty sure it started at Buttery’s Food and Drug. It was a regional grocery chain in… READ MORE