Love in Bloom – Fall in Love with Spring!

I have to share this, my friend and fellow anthology contributor, Thyra Dane wrote this article. If you want to know more about Thyra, How to date a Scandinavian or any thing about Vikings, check out her blog. https:thyradaneauthor.com Thyra Dane Do you want to read romance from Scandinavia? Or maybe from North Carolina? How about some Steampunk? We have it all–and so much more–in … Continue reading Love in Bloom – Fall in Love with Spring!

Chatting with Jess Taylor at Creekside Cafe

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Welcome to Creekside Café, West Virginia author, Jess Taylor. It’s great to have you here. Jess and I met on The New Romance Café Facebook Group and we are both part of the upcoming spring romance anthology, “Love in Bloom.” Jess: Thanks for this opportunity. It’s been great getting to know you. Can I just say I love… Continue reading Chatting with Jess Taylor at Creekside Cafe

Interview with Cat Stein

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Today I’m visiting with my new writer friend, Catherine “Cat” Stein. I met Cat through our Facebook group, The New Romance Café. We’re both contributors to the upcoming spring anthology,?“Love in Bloom.”?My story is a romantic suspense called?R and R. The R and R is supposed to stand from rest and relaxation, but it’s more like romance and… Continue reading Interview with Cat Stein

Interview with Cat Stein

Today I’m visiting with my new writer friend, Catherine “Cat” Stein. I met Cat through our Facebook group, The New Romance Café. We’re both contributors to the upcoming spring anthology, “Love in Bloom.” My story is a romantic suspense called R and R. The R and R is supposed to stand from rest and relaxation, but it’s more like romance and revenge. What’s the name of your story, … Continue reading Interview with Cat Stein

Guest Speaker at Carteret Writers Luncheon February 13th, 11:30 Clawson’s 1905 Restaurant and Pub 425 Front St Beaufort

Jeanne Julian invited me to be a presenter at one of the Carteret Writers Luncheons. She crafted this introduction. It’s such a lovely piece, I just had to share it. Thanks Jeanne for your support and kindness. February presentation   “I thought I wanted to write historical romances, as they were my first love,” Sherri Lupton-Hollister says. “At least, that is what I believed when I first started writing. Contemporary … Continue reading Guest Speaker at Carteret Writers Luncheon February 13th, 11:30 Clawson’s 1905 Restaurant and Pub 425 Front St Beaufort