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What’s Happening with the RWA

What’s happening with the Romance Writers of America? I’ve had several people ask me “What’s going on with RWA?” How do I even begin to explain? While the big pimple on the face of the organization might have imploded with the wrongful suspension and false allegations against Courtney Milan, the blemishes we’ve been covering up go much deeper and have been going on for much … Continue reading What’s Happening with the RWA

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Interview at Creekside Cafe with Donna Steele

In lieu of new author interviews during the weeks leading to Thanksgiving, I’d like to thank the authors who first gave me a chance to interview them for my Creekside Cafe. Donna Steele was my first interview and I’d like to take a moment to honor her kindness and friendship as well as update her interview. Those of you who read the original interview, thank … Continue reading Interview at Creekside Cafe with Donna Steele

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A Warm Friendly Chat with Hannah Meredith

also known as Merry Simmons I am thrilled to welcome Hannah Meredith to Creekside Café, my dream job if I ever win the lottery or get a million-dollar movie deal, for now, the café only exists on my website. Hannah and I are both members of Romance Writers of America and our local Heart of Carolina RWA. We met at local meeting and became friends. … Continue reading A Warm Friendly Chat with Hannah Meredith

Chatting With The Singing Author

Today I’d like to welcome K G Fletcher, “The Singing Author” to Creekside Café. Wow, when I was doing my research for our interview and I came across this moniker, I thought, I need to know more about this. So welcome to my virtual café, and why are you called the singing author? KG –I am a professional singer/actor as well as a romance author. … Continue reading Chatting With The Singing Author

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Angels’ Blood by Nalini Singh, read by Justine Eyre

Chirp Audiobook Vampire hunter Elena Deveraux is the best at what she does but she’s not prepared for the Archangel Raphael or the mission he has for her. In a world where the monsters are real, and vampires and angels are interdependent upon each other, a human has little chance of survival. Thankfully, Elena is a little more than human. A born hunter, she heals … Continue reading Angels’ Blood by Nalini Singh, read by Justine Eyre

A Visit with Tabetha Waite

Today I’m excited to welcome Tabetha Waite to the Creekside Café. Tabetha is a small-town girl from Missouri who has written several historical romances. Welcome to Eastern North Carolina via the internet. Tabetha: Thanks for your generous offer to host me, it’s so sweet of you. Sherri: Not at all, I love discovering and talking to new authors. Though you’re not exactly new, you have … Continue reading A Visit with Tabetha Waite

A Creekside Visit with Beth Bolden

Today I’d like to welcome Beth Bolden to Creekside Café. Beth it is so good to have you here today. Beth and I are both members of the Romance Writers of America and our local chapter, The Heart of Carolina. You have just released your thirteenth book, is that correct? Beth: Yes, Impossible Things is the second Star Shadow book, but my thirteenth contemporary novel. … Continue reading A Creekside Visit with Beth Bolden