Linky List: Romance Writers

Linky List: Romance Writers

Linky List: Romance Writers

I know it is not February yet, but I am always ahead of the curve, right? This week, I have a list of romance authors’ blogs for you. These authors write romance in all heat levels, so be sure to pay attention to anything on their site that says “WARNING”.  Many of these wonderful creators are friends of mine, or I have met and spoken with in person. You can trust them to tell a good tale. There are more romance writers than any other genre in the world today, and this has been the norm for a long time.

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End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen

End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen

End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen As writers, we all tread the same path, and the end of a year punctuates our successes and failures. I love how we can plan out our goals and follow up on them, success and loss. Many of you have kept me accountable with what I wanted to accomplish and what I managed to do. As the year wanes, I am certainly having moments of reflection. I did some things right, and some were just not done. It’s fun to tell my blog followers when I make a

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Caper Mystery Books by Kim Smith

Caper Mystery Books by Kim Smith

Shannon Wallace Mystery Series DISK OF DEATH – In South Lake, Mississippi a killer is looking for something that could incriminate him. But he takes items from the scene of his latest murder; including a disk that belongs to Shannon Wallace with very personal information on it. Shannon Wallace is the murdered man’s girlfriend and secretary. She’s the most naive, inexperienced, and sweet young woman that Fine, Fine, Fine Furnishings has ever employed. But when Rick Fine’s murder sends her off on a whirlwind journey to find her property, she sets off a series of events too hilarious to forget.

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5 Ways to use Twitter effectively

5 Ways to use Twitter effectively

Twitter for you and me. Sounds like a song, right? Everyone knows what Twitter is, but most people, still are not using it. That is, people over the age of fifty. We know HOW, but we just don’t “GET” it.  What is the purpose of a format that only allows 140 characters? Why wouldn’t someone just use Facebook or another social media forum to say what they are thinking, what’s on their mind, what’s happening in their world? Well, they would. But we can also use Twitter and benefit. Here’s how: Five Ways to Use Twitter and Benefit From It

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Two books to take to the beach

Are you reading at the beach? Here is my latest book reading post, and if you are reading a book that is just super dooper please feel free to leave a comment below and tell me about it! I am currently reading two books, both in paper. One I keep in my drawer at work and read it on my lunch hour, and the other is at home. What beach read is Kim reading? The work book *hah, workbook! tiny joke* is The House on Mermaid Point by Wendy Wax. This is another one in her series that started with

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