Tagged with " romance"
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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Sins of the Heart by Sarah Hoss
By     |    Mar 29, 2015
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Sins of the Heart by Sarah Hoss

{Camille Faye here.} This is the final post to round out our Woman Power Week here on the Lit Ladies Blog. I am so honored that we were able to highlight a variety of women writers, including–last, but not least–Sarah Hoss and her new contemporary romance called Sins of the Heart. Thanks for reading, please continue to support women writers, and enjoy your own writing journey. Girl power! Info about Sins of the Heart: Abigail […]

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Bleddyn Hall by Amanda L.V. Shalaby
By     |    Mar 28, 2015
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Bleddyn Hall by Amanda L.V. Shalaby

{Camille Faye here.} Next up in our Soul Mate Publishing “Spring For Love” blog hop this week is Amanda L.V. Shalaby and her new historical romance called Bleddyn Hall. Thanks for reading and having an empowering day, ladies! At the end of this post you’ll find a link to enter the “Spring for Love” giveaway which includes prizes like books and gift cards. Info about Bleddyn Hall: After a whirlwind romance during the London Season, Lady […]

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Moving On by Annette Bower
By     |    Mar 27, 2015
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Moving On by Annette Bower

{Camille Faye here}. We’re going to change gears a bit for our first Woman Power Week. Myself and a group of Soul Mate Publishing Authors are taking part in a “Spring for Love” blog hop where you, our lovely readers, can win amazing prizes (like, we’re talking a $50 Amazon gift card and free books among other things). Read on to find out more about how to enter to win the […]

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My Blogger Origin Story
By     |    Mar 26, 2015
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My Blogger Origin Story

{Camille Faye here.} On my marketing quest, I ran across a site entitled “Women of Badassery” and I thought it was an extremely cool concept to highlight the strong, bad-ass women of fiction. We love strong women here on The Lit Ladies blog, so much so that we’re hosting a “Woman Power Week.” Be sure to check out this week’s other posts about other fabulous women writers. As it turns out, […]

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Am I Writing A Realistic Teen Relationship?
By     |    Dec 9, 2014
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Am I Writing A Realistic Teen Relationship?

A couple weeks ago, I put up a post about middle-grade and YA needing romance story lines. I got some great comments including this one from my Facebook friend, Debbi: “I don’t think it’s required. I think it would really help young teen girls to have strong female characters whose story isn’t mainly about romance or thinking about boys. But if it’s going to be part of the story it […]

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