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A Free Stocking Stuffer

Just in time for the holiday and to celebrate the upcoming release of my new Rhymes with Love book, If Wishes Were Earls, I am making my short e-story, Cynders & Ashe FREE! This is my thank you to all of you who have supported me over the years, the dear readers who write such lovely reviews on Amazon and ECover-Cynders&AsheGoodreads, and to all of you who just love a great romance!

Besides, Cynders & Ashe is perfect for the holidays with its wonderful costume balls and hot romance.

Download your free copy now:

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Save the Date: December 31st

Here is the Save the Date card that tells the story of Harriet and Roxley’s wild romance:

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Feel free to lift them and Pin them or Share them on Facebook or Twitter! Spread the news!… Read more »

5 Things About Kay Thomas (+3 More!)

When Kay Thomas and I discovered we had the same release dates coming up for our new stories (hers: Hard Target, mine: Have You Any Rogues) we sat down and interviewed each other and shared our thoughts about writing and life. Ok, Kay came up with all the questions, but I did all the hard work. Teehee.

EB: What’s the one thing you wish you had known before you started writing?

KT:The more you write, the more addictive it becomes. If I had know this beforehand I might have taken up, oh, I don’t know—marathon walking or … Read more »

5 Things About Elizabeth

Avon Author Kay Thomas pinned me down and asked me to answer a few questions about writing for her. I, in turn, am forcing her to do the same. Here are my answers, and hers will run on Monday.

KT: What’s the one thing you wish you had known before you started writing?

EB: To let go of comparisons to other writers. As an author you need to learn to be confident in your own stories and tell them from the heart. If you start comparing your stories to others, you are missing the most important point: that other person … Read more »

Eight Ways to Maximize Your Writing Time

If you are like me, your writing time is both precious and never long enough. So here are some of my methods to make sure you are getting the most pages out of your limited time.

1) Stop reading email, posting on Twitter and checking your Facebook account. Okay, maybe that’s a little drastic, but how about printing out this little rule and stick it on your computer screen: Writing first, all the rest second. To make is easier, turn off all your notifications that will beep or pop up on the corner of your moniter. You don’t need to … Read more »

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