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Winners of Maggie Mae Book Party and More
By     |    Oct 7, 2014
Posted in: Books, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    3 Comments

Winners of Maggie Mae Book Party and More

I’m happy to announce the winners for the Maggie Mae book party I had last week, as well as the winner of Stress Fracture AND a couple of more opportunities. SO keep reading to find out the news. . . WINNERS OF MAGGIE MAE Three e-books were given out during the party, for answering trivia questions on Facebook and sharing cookie recipes on my blog. The winners were: Cathy C. […]

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Sydney Avey, Author of The Lyre and the Lambs (Guest Post and Giveaway)
By     |    Oct 3, 2014
Posted in: Books, Guest Blog, Sydney Avey, Writing     |    5 Comments

Sydney Avey, Author of The Lyre and the Lambs (Guest Post and Giveaway)

Today we’re happy to have WOW! blog tour author Sydney Avey to celebrate the release of: The Lyre and the Lambs. In her guest post, Sydney discusses her thought process behind the decision to write a sequel to her debut novel The Sheep Walker’s Daughter. AND YOU CAN WIN A COPY of The Lyre and the Lambs, after you read Sydney’s thoughts on writing a sequel in “To Sequel or […]

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Tara Meissner, Author of Stress Fracture: A Memoir Of Psychosis (Guest Post and Giveaway)
By     |    Sep 30, 2014
Posted in: Books, Guest Blog, Strong Girls and Women, Tara Meissner, Writing     |    7 Comments

Tara Meissner, Author of Stress Fracture: A Memoir Of Psychosis (Guest Post and Giveaway)

We welcome WOW! blog tour author Tara Meissner today in celebration of her memoir: Stress Fracture: A Memoir of Psychosis. She is guest posting on what makes someone a writer–but believe me, she is definitely a writer, whether she feels it or not! What a brave woman to write and share with the world the story of her own psychosis and bipolar disorder. The cover states, “[This book] offers a […]

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Strong Skirts Guest Post by C. Hope Clark
By     |    Sep 23, 2014
Posted in: Books, C. Hope Clark, Guest Blog, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    6 Comments

Strong Skirts Guest Post by C. Hope Clark

You probably know the famous newsletter that everyone says you should subscribe to if you’re a writer: “Funds for Writers.” Our Lit Lady, Busy Lady (AKA Brandi Schmidt/Elle Sharpe), found her publisher for The Kindling in this newsletter. Today, we have the founder/editor/writer of “Funds for Writers,” C. Hope Clark, who is also known for The Shy Writer and The Carolina Slade Mystery series, on our blog, talking about strong […]

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The True Story of Maggie Mae: My New Picture Book
By     |    Sep 9, 2014
Posted in: Books, Family, Grandparents, Humor, News & Events, Sandwich Lady, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    3 Comments

The True Story of Maggie Mae: My New Picture Book

I’m thrilled with my debut picture book, Maggie Mae, Detective Extraordinaire: The Case of the Missing Cookies, out at the end of August; and it’s just, well, as cute as a bug in a rug! Really!  (Although a bug in  a rug is not that cute, is it?) Jack Foster did an amazing job with the illustrations, and the cover design by my publisher Guardian Angel Publishing just pops out […]

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Memoir Writer Paige Strickland on Her Book About Adoption

Memoir Writer Paige Strickland on Her Book About Adoption

Today, we welcome Paige Strickland to discuss her memoir, Akin to the Truth, while she is on her WOW! Women On Writing blog tour.  This is a beautiful book about Paige’s search for her biological parents. We talk a lot about strong women on this blog–Paige is one of the strongest. Memoir writers are sharing a piece of their soul with the world–and Paige does that in her book. Here’s […]

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The Fourth Wall by Elizabeth Maria Naranjo (YA book giveaway)

The Fourth Wall by Elizabeth Maria Naranjo (YA book giveaway)

Today, we welcome Elizabeth Maria Naranjo, who is excited to share her debut fantasy young adult novel with us, The Fourth Wall.  Here’s what she said on WOW! Women On Writing’s blog yesterday (she is taking part in a WOW! blog tour): “Essentially, the book is about the power of grief, and how holding onto it can do damage. It’s about the importance of moving on.” Here’s a summary: When […]

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