The Dream Dancer by Leslie Hachtel

The Dream Dancer by Leslie Hachtel

The Dream Dancer by Leslie Hachtel Paranormal Romance       Lady Bryce has a gift She can enter dreams and persuade her will onto others. It has served her well, especially in eliminating unsatisfactory suitors of her father’s choosing. But when she encounters Lord Rowland, she wants him more than anything and decides to visit him in his sleep and make him desire her above all others. But will their love be able to conquer all once Bryce’s secret is revealed? EXCERPT Rowland of Ashford leaned against the rough stone wall at the edge of the marketplace as if

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Business news! Our Infinity site is live!

Business news! Our Infinity site is live!

I feel like I have just given birth. Well, starting a business can be a little like birthing something, right? You scream and holler and hang onto something and viola! There she is! Business is a bit different Okay, so maybe it isn’t quite that way, but it is pretty EXHILARATING! At least, it is for me and those around me who are a part of this big new world. For us, this big world wide web is a landscape of changes. Even the tools are changing every day! Unfortunately, I didn’t have a ton of backing (meaning money!) for

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Meet Leslie Hachtel, author of Once Upon a Tablecloth

              Recently, I had the privilege to sit down and discuss writing and books with the fabulous Leslie Hachtel. Leslie is the author of multiple books and she is a real-go-getter. When she told me she had a promotion coming up for one of them, I asked to please promote it on my site. Here in all its glory is your intro to the world of Hachtel: Leslie Hachtel was born in Ohio, raised in New York and has been a gypsy most of her adult life.  Her various jobs, including licensed veterinary technician,

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Writing Rules: Does anyone care about them anymore?

Writing Rules: Does anyone care about them anymore?

Have you ever pondered how a writer writes? If you are a writer, ever pondered why some writers get away with breaking “the rules” and others just can’t? That one is on my mind today. I found a quick POV switch in a Stephen King novel and am sure if I wasn’t a writer who knew the rules, well, I might not have noticed. I kind of wonder if he did. Did his editor? Did anyone notice and if so, did they care enough to remind the great King that you shouldn’t do that? I am a nobody writer from

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My first real post of 2018

In my last post, my New Years goals post, I said I was going to do a few things differently this year. I really did mean it. But so far? In 24 days of the new year, I have written 7000 words. That’s it. Not much to crow about! I would like to have been closer to 15,000 words, or more. But sometimes the best laid plans of mice and men…yada yada yada. I have been busy with other things. I was supposed to travel to Florida this month but Mother Nature saw to it that didn’t happen. Five delays

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