Guest Post by Angela Ruth Strong This month I’m celebrating my six year anniversary to Mr. Strong. He makes writing romance novels so easy. But there was actually a time when I quit writing romance. I didn’t believe in it anymore. It hurt too much to read about people in love when nobody loved me. […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Guest Post By Kimberly Rose Johnson It’s an old saying, but it still rings true. Not all pain is healthy or profitable, however, there are exceptions. For example, a painful experience can bring growth to our lives. I can’t tell you how many book proposal rejections I received early on in my career as a […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
By Miralee Ferrell Pretty, isn’t it? I see Mount Hood (from a different perspective) every time I drive home, and I love it. But I’m not crazy about the mountains that keep rearing up in my path as I journey through life. We’ve had more than our share of those the past few years, and most of […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
By Heather L. L. FitzGerald As a fantasy author there’s one thing I know for certain…every January, most of America writes fantasy as well. We can’t help looking back on the story of our life and hoping to rewrite the plot, at least a little, in the year to come. We want to take our […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When I was a little girl, I had some definite ideas about what I wanted my life to be like when I became an adult. I planned to have seven children, and I vowed to get married on Christmas Eve. I had seen Santa Claus is Coming to Town, and I remembered the part when the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.