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Archive for September, 2009

Busy busy busy

Well, I’m drowning in this deadline, but I have a fun contest going on over at the Dawn Halliday site! Go check it out at www.dawnhalliday.com. You could win an advance copy of A HIGHLANDER CHRISTMAS, an anthology containing one of Dawn’s stories that will be released in … read more ↦

Update and Fun Friday Winner

Oh man, it’s been a crazy week. I finished A SEASON OF SEDUCTION only to realize almost instantly that a big chunk out of the middle of the book needs to be rewritten! So I’m scrambling to get this done before the October deadline. It hasn’t been pretty around here!… read more ↦

Appearance & Fun Friday

Hi, everyone! I’m over at Petit Fours and Hot Tamales today, and I’m giving away a copy of A HINT OF WICKED, so please come on over and say hi!

And now for the Fun Fridays Winner:

First Name: Jo

Last Name: W.

Email: nmjaw@y…

Congrats! Jo, please go to … read more ↦

Guest Blogging

Hi everyone! I’m over at Romantic Crush Book Junkies today! I’m talking about A Hint of Wicked and its sequels, where I get ideas for my books, and lots more! I’m also giving away a copy of A Hint of Wicked to one responder. Please come stop by and say … read more ↦

Fun Fridays Winner

Today’s winner, selected by random.org:

First Name: Pam

Last Name: P.

Email: pambook@o…

Congratulations, Pam! Please go to my contest page and select the two books you’d like. Then email me with your books and your snail mail address.

Thanks to everyone who entered! The answer to the question “Who … read more ↦

End of Summer

I’m blogging over at Grand Central Cafe about the end of summer today! What’s going to be most memorable to you about this summer?

Please come on over and say hi. :)
http://grandcentralcafe.blogspot.com/read more ↦

Fun Fridays Winner!

Today’s winner, selected by random.org:

First Name: Brenda

Last Name: R.

Email: dancealert@a…

Congratulations, Brenda! Please go to my contest page and select the two books you’d like. Then email me with your books and your snail mail address.

Thanks to EVERYONE who entered! Of course, the two most common … read more ↦

Luncheon is for Ladies

I’m researching the eating habits of the 1820’s. It’s easy to find massive amounts of information on breakfasts and social dinners, but lunch seems to be the ignored meal, and I think I’m figuring out why. It’s because lunch is for ladies! Its purpose is to provide a light meal. … read more ↦

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