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Karen Harris CGC is on twitter, facebook and even you tube

Hi, my name's Karen. I'm in all the trafficker books and have a you tube video. Keith's now given me my very own twitter and Facebook pages. Now all my fans can join and tweet me. I have also joined in with Keith and we've built an…


Added by Keith Hoare on December 31, 2011 at 5:46am — No Comments

Upcoming Signing Event

The guys over at Heroes Landing in Clermont have been kind enough to invite me to do a book signing on July 31st, from 1 PM to 4 PM. If you are in Central FL then, come by and say hi!

These guys have all the latest … Continue

Added by Mark Miller on July 7, 2011 at 10:42am — No Comments

My books are on New Orleans bookstore shelves!! My take on Parasol's

Had a great day today! I first sent off three books that are on their way to Charis Books and More in Little Five Points, Atlanta. Then we drove down to New Orleans to hit some of the indie bookstores to see if I could get I Wandered from New Orleans onto some real bookstore shelves. It was a great success! Some books were bought outright, some were placed on consignment. Brilliant day! So, for my NOLA peeps and pops who want to check it out firsthand and pick up a…


Added by Tracy L. Conway on November 30, 2010 at 8:04pm — No Comments

How to get your book published and earn good sales

Every year, it is estimated that over one million books are published worldwide. But if you don’t have an agent or a publishing contract, how can you get your masterpiece out to a discerning public and call yourself an ‘author’ at last?

By selling online, that’s how. The advent of the ‘online bookshop’ has revolutionised the way publishing works. Now, people don’t just have to buy a hard copy book from a book store – they can download it from an…


Added by DragonCub on November 23, 2009 at 3:22am — No Comments

That Charming, Plaguey Justin

When planning my novels I live on ‘Cloud Nine’ and give a lot of thought to my characters. (Of course, although, a lot of hard work lies ahead this part is nothing but fun.)

My new hero, Justin, is intrusive. He won't go away. He is so demanding that when thinking of him I nearly burned the spaghetti sauce.

Justin’s partner to be is taking shape in my mind - both her characteristics and physical appearance.

Oh dear, amongst other things, Justin wants me to go on… Continue

Added by Rosemary Morris on April 28, 2008 at 3:10am — No Comments

Queen Anne - 1702 -1714 - Part One by Rosemary Morris Author of Tangled Hearts

Queen Anne – Part 2

Princess Anne’s mother died and her father, James, Duke of York, had taken the unpopular step of becoming a Roman Catholic. Her uncle, the childless King Charles II, knew politics demanded his heirs, Anne and her elder sister, Mary, be raised in the Protestant faith. He appointed Lady Frances Villiers, a committed Anglican, as their governess and leased Richmond palace to Frances and her husband.

The princesses benefited from country air and were… Continue

Added by Rosemary Morris on April 24, 2008 at 11:08am — No Comments

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