Book Review – Dog Days of Love: The Hart Family (Have a Hart Book 7) by Rachelle Ayala (New Release, Sweet Romance)

December 1, 2017 RobinMichaela 0

The Dogs Days of Love is a new release by Rachelle Ayala and you can pick it up for just 99 cents for a limited time. This is a sweet story (PG rating) that features an interracial romance. Dr. Vanessa (Nessa) Ransom is a driven, go-getter who promised her now-departed father that she’d marry a … Continue reading Book Review – Dog Days of Love: The Hart Family (Have a Hart Book 7) by Rachelle Ayala (New Release, Sweet Romance)

Book Review – Dog Days of Love: The Hart Family (Have a Hart Book 7) by Rachelle Ayala (New Release, Sweet Romance)

December 1, 2017 RobinMichaela 0

The Dogs Days of Love is a new release by Rachelle Ayala and you can pick it up for just 99 cents for a limited time. This is a sweet story (PG rating) that features an interracial romance. Dr. Vanessa (Nessa) Ransom is a driven, go-getter who promised her now-departed father that she’d marry a … Continue reading Book Review – Dog Days of Love: The Hart Family (Have a Hart Book 7) by Rachelle Ayala (New Release, Sweet Romance)

Welcome Carol Preflatish with her new #Contemporary #Romance!

November 8, 2017 Claire Gem 0

  “Her Bluegrass Beau” is author Carol Preflatish’s seventh romance novel and her favorite one so far. “I like to write about locations that I’m familiar with and while I’m not from Kentucky, it’s one of my favorite places to visit.” “Her Bluegrass Beau” is about Karri Taylor needing to get out of California and … Continue reading Welcome Carol Preflatish with her new #Contemporary #Romance!

Why writing an “easy read” is actually hard to do #amwriting

September 2, 2017 Helena Fairfax 0

It’s almost two years since my feel good read A Way from Heart to Heart was published. I was looking over some old posts I’d written around release date, and I came across this one I wrote for Canadian author friend Mary Waibel, about books that are “easy to read”. When I’m writing, I spend a… Continue reading Why writing an “easy read” is actually hard to do #amwriting