Category: #MFRWauthor

  • What won’t I read! #MFRWauthor #lovestoread #favoritegenre #decisions

    What won’t I read! #MFRWauthor #lovestoread #favoritegenre #decisions

    Week17′ of the 52weekMWRblogchallenge’s topic is Favorite Romance Genre to Read or Write.  It would be easier for me to answer what won’t I read. Averaging reading over 200 books a year I can’t be too picky or I may get bored. I like to vary what I read. Give me a cup of coffee, tea, […]

  • Shh! Don’t tell them MFRWauthor

    Shh! Don’t tell them MFRWauthor

     Hello and welcome back to  Week 16 – MFRW 52-week Blog Challenge.  I’ve missed the last to due to health issues. I had a tear in my eye and it was difficult to read. I had to limit computers and other devices for a while.I really didn’t have anything to share since I didn’t have any […]

  • Love or All Seasons #anthology #charity #MFRWauthor #releaseday

    Love or All Seasons #anthology #charity #MFRWauthor #releaseday

    It’s finally here! My first MM Romance release! Love stories for all seasons. RJ Scott brings authors together in an MM anthology that reveals true love always deserves a happy ending, whatever the season. With characters who find love in a New York park, or on a college campus, in the middle of a snowstorm […]

  • Why leave a review? #MFRWauthor #reviews #amblogging #romance

    Why leave a review? #MFRWauthor #reviews #amblogging #romance

    Welcome back to week 14 of the MFRW 52-week Blog Challenge. As a reviewer, I understand the importance of reviews both good and bad. However, also as a reviewer, I don’t get bashing an author or book. Stick to the story. Tell what you liked and gently tell what you didn’t. A little constructive criticism […]

  • Survival, Baseball, Blood banks and more #MFRWauthor #research

    Survival, Baseball, Blood banks and more #MFRWauthor #research

    I played hooky last week since I had not won any contests or publishing contracts…Yet. This weeks topic for the 52weekMFRWblogchallenge is what we have learned from researching our books. This is another of those necessary evils authors face. Some of us love it some hate it. I don’t mind, but I really suck at googling […]