Work-In-Progress Blog Hop – What’s Your Next Big Thing?

  I would like to thank author Laurie Baxter for tagging me in the What’s Your Next Big Thing? blog hop. Here are Laurie’s questions for me: What is the working title of your book? I’m putting the finishing touches on ONCE UPON A KISS, a contemporary romantic comedy with a mistaken identity theme, and a little bit of white magic. Where did the idea come from … Continue reading Work-In-Progress Blog Hop – What’s Your Next Big Thing?

WINNERS ANNOUNCED – Authors significant others tell what it’s like to be in love with an author.

Thank you all for participating in the February give-away, on behalf of all the authors, we are appreciative of your ongoing support, and look forward to another giveaway in the future.

WINNERS PLEASE NOTE:

Please leave your email addresses in the comments below, OR email me directly at selenarobinswriter@gmail.com

Here are the list of winners:

Everyone who commented will receive a copy of Alexandra Isobel’s Romantic Heart Beats.

Gift certificate winners:

sylve t

Felinewyvern

Laura

Jane Yendle-Davies

Nina

Stephanie Hannaford

Donna_A

malex239

Lorraine Hatt

Rebecca

Julie

Pat Egan Fordyce

Allyson

You will all be contacted, via email by an author for delivery of your prize.

ENJOY!

 

 

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The Next Big Thing

My sister in writing and wonderful author, Kimberley Troutte tagged me to play a game called The Next Big Thing, where authors hold the microphone for a minute, answer ten questions about the stories they are working on, and then pass the microphone to five other authors.

Here is my shot at the microphone:

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The Italian Crock Pot

Not to be confused with the Italian crack pot. It’s a good thing I proofread this before hitting pubish as I had accidentally typed crack pot. Although I have met my share of crack pots, and yes some of them were Italian. However, blogging about crack pots would totally change the theme of this blog post.

The Crock Pot is a writer’s best friend. It’s like having a chef in the kitchen after you’ve instructed it what to do. I’m going to share an Italian crock pot recipe (below), but first wanted to chat about how my mom’s cooking lessons relates to my writing journey.

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