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Posted By on Dec 12, 2017

A friend of mine asked me who my favorite characters were and I gave her the look– brows, raised, eyes narrow as if to say, “Is this a trick question? I love them all!” But the thought was intriguing so for this post, I decided to go on a bit about some of my favorites. Not all, of course.   From Luc, Men of Honor, book 2 (Luc) “What’s this?” His voice was gruff, his eyes… stricken. The imperfection on her skin had been exposed,...

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  Remember that TV show with Anne Hecht and Scott Elrod – Men in Trees? That’s where I first saw the actorwho inspired Cass. You may recognize him as Joe Clark from a soap opera, Dr. Thorpe from Grey’s Anatomy or from his new role on Chicago Fire. The first time I met Cass, he appeared out of the blue as I drove down the winding two lane bordered by two hundred-year-old Live Oaks. The abandoned white concrete...

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I’m thrilled to welcome my friend David Wind to Livia’s Ramblings to talk about his new release, A Better Place to Be which is available today! Livia: Hi, David. I loved Harry Chapin and am halfway through this marvelous book. Tell us about yourself. David: By way of introduction, my name is David Wind and I am a writer. I live in Boynton Beach, Florida, with my wife Bonnie and our sub-standard poodle, Alfie. If you want...

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Nick is available from all e-stores here https://books2read.com/nick And until Nov 6th, Ridge, book 1 in my Men of Honor series, is $1.79/1.99 on Kobo https://books2read.com/ridge     Astraphobia : The excessive fear of thunder and lightning. Premonition : A warning that things are about to go to hell in a hand basket.   A loud crack sent Brenna shooting out of her chair as fierce winds drove debris against the outside of her windows...

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My little seasonal restaurant kept me hopping this year. I wouldn’t complain except it left me so little time and energy to work on my new book, Take These Broken Wings. But with summer winding down, I finally made it out to the Quinn den to work on Wings. Getting things back in order, I noticed my calendar was stuck on July. For a reason… “HOLD ON to your original dream!” The two key parts of this quote were why I stood transfixed in...

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HE’S A WHAT?! But I thought the problem was…  I listened to an author speak a couple years ago at a workshop. She said, “Write yourself into a corner.” My first thought was, “I couldn’t do that. What if I couldn’t get my characters out of the hole I’d put them in.” Recently I realized that I’ve been doing just that unconsciously, or my characters have, for several books now. For a writer, it’s a very scary place to be but if I want my...

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