Atticus Finch: Hero or Bigot?
By     |    Jul 16, 2015
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Atticus Finch: Hero or Bigot?

  Today I’m taking part in the International Authors’ Day Blog Hop sponsored by Debdatta over at http://www.b00kr3vi3ws.in. As a participant, I am giving away one free ebook copy of my novel, Voodoo Butterfly. You can find out more info about this event and how to win other great bookish prizes below. Debdatta has asked all participants to discuss our favorite book or author on our blog, so here I go… To […]

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Let’s Talk Successful Self-Publishing with Author Ashley Fontainne
By     |    Jun 4, 2015
Posted in: Ashley Fontainne, Books, Guest Blog, Publishing, Writing     |    1 Comment

Let’s Talk Successful Self-Publishing with Author Ashley Fontainne

Hi all, Camille Faye here. A few weeks ago I presented at a writing conference in the Ozarks where I met a very successful self-published author named Ashley Fontainne. What do I mean by successful? THREE of her books have been optioned to become movies and readers have downloaded hundreds of thousands of copies of her books. Her new book, Blood Ties, just came out so she’ll share some info about […]

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Creative Characterization with Author Jan Morrill
By     |    May 28, 2015
Posted in: Editing, Guest Blog, Jan Morrill, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    4 Comments

Creative Characterization with Author Jan Morrill

How often do you stare at a blank screen, pulling your hair out, gritting your teeth as you curse your muse? Maybe you’ve even crossed over into guzzling coffee (or martinis?) because you can’t figure out what to write next? It used to happen far too often with me. Then, one day, rather than trying to figure out the story myself, I began to ask my characters to help me, […]

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Interview with Contemporary Romance Author, Cynthia Gail
By     |    May 14, 2015
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Interview with Contemporary Romance Author, Cynthia Gail

Today I’m interviewing a fellow Soul Mate Publishing author, Cynthia Gail. Her new contemporary romance, Summer’s Family Affair, has been out for a week. Cynthia touches base with The Lit Ladies to talk a little shop and then I’ll have info below for how to check out her new book. LL: Welcome to the Lit Ladies blog, Cynthia. The Lit Ladies began as a group of five women in a […]

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The Missing Mah Jongg Player by Iris Wynne
By     |    Apr 23, 2015
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The Missing Mah Jongg Player by Iris Wynne

{Camille Faye here}. I’d like to introduce you to a fellow Soul Mate Publishing author, Iris Wynne, and her new romantic suspense/mystery novel, The Missing Mah Jongg Player. Have a great day! About The Missing Mah Jongg Player: Five frantic Mah Jongg Players are in search for one of their players who goes missing after meeting a man on an online dating site. They turn to a handsome private investigator […]

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Open a Book on Opening Day for 99 cents
By     |    Apr 7, 2015
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Open a Book on Opening Day for 99 cents

Yesterday, was Opening Day! I’m excited that it’s baseball season–one of my favorite things about Spring and Summer. Caught Between Two Curses, a contemporary young adult book which involves the Curse of the Billy Goat on the Chicago Cubs, is only 99 cents for the ebook. Please help CBTC find a new audience–appropriate for anyone 14 and up. Did you know you can gift a Kindle ebook if you’ve already […]

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Souls Entwined by Anne B. Cole
By     |    Apr 2, 2015
Posted in: Books, Paranormal, Romance, Spirit Lady     |    2 Comments

Souls Entwined by Anne B. Cole

{Camille Faye here.} Today I’ll be showcasing my friend and fellow Soul Mate author, Anne B. Cole and her paranormal/fantasy romance called Souls Entwined. Thanks for reading and have an empowering day! About Souls Entwined: A tree crashes upon two strangers. Time stands still. A cursed family heirloom catapults eighteen-year-old Gretta Dobbs back in time with Sam Daggett, who reluctantly agrees to help despite an instant infatuation with her. Their souls entwine within the […]

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