Washboard Abs and a Friend who Fought Cancer…

...and kicked its butt. Many moons ago, when I was a newbie on the book review and discussion site Goodreads, I met a romance author by the name of Abigail Sharpe. We became Goodreads buddies back in 2013 and she's always been quick to provide helpful tips and insights for this aspiring writer. I've greatly appreciated … Continue reading Washboard Abs and a Friend who Fought Cancer…

#IndieBooksBeSeen and #IndiePride

Happy Indie Pride Day!

Veronica Del Rosa

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Not only is today Canada Day – Happy birthday Canada! – it’s also Indie Pride Day. I started the crazy trek as an indie author just over a year ago and since then I’ve met some pretty amazing people.

Jen Winter Jen Winter – Author of the Guardian series and one of my co-conspirators for everything bad. 😉 PS, I still need to read about Yuruch. Finish his book! *rawr*

Heather R. Blair Heather R. Blair – Author of the Celtic Elementals and Phoenix Inc. She keeps me sane and encourages me to keep writing. Now if only she’d finish writing Scott’s story! 😉

Rachel Chanticleer Rachel Chanticleer – Author of The Hunter and The Witch. So can’t wait to see more from Rachel. I adored this short story. No pressure, but keep me more, Rachel! 😉

Through Goodreads, I’ve met so many wonderful authors, those willing to share their knowledge and help support their fellow…

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Bringing You Some Good Stuff: Why Romance Writers Are Awesome

Thoughts on fellow romance writers. (Spoiler alert: They rock!)

Jen Winters is an Indie Author

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As I have been preparing for this months blog tour, I have been thinking deep thoughts about what I can to do be a positive impact on other lives and who and what makes a positive impact on mine. The first thing that cam to mind is how wondrous the romance writing world is because of the WRITERS.

Ok, first, openthis little link in a new tab–that’s right, right click on it, click on “open link in new tab” and what are you going to see? Well, you are going to see what comes up is you type into google “writing romance”.  Assuming you did look at that link, you might have noticed something of a theme: HOW TO WRITE ROMANCE.

WHAT?!?!?! Other romance writers are giving you tips for how to write romance? Isn’t this a competitive market? Don’t writers want readers to spend their money…

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The Witch and the Hunter

A wonderful review for The Hunter and the Witch–thanks Veronica!

Veronica Del Rosa

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The Hunter and the Witch by Rachel Chanticleer

My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
It’s amazing what some writers can put into a short story. I’m in serious awe of Rachel Chanticleer’s talent. With a few words she painted a clear picture of Bethany, the witch, and Lucius, the hunter. And Lucius was so yummy!

I adored the battle scene near the end, and was on the edge of my seat throughout it. If I hadn’t been at work, hiding my reading addiction, I would’ve cheered and groaned. *laughs*

A great introduction into what could be a fascinating UF world.

This is free on Smashwords at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/538887

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