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BOLD STROKES BOOKS AUTHOR INTERVIEW WITH MICHELLE GRUBB

by Connie Ward

 

What made you decide to become a fiction writer?

 

There was never a defining moment when I made that decision, but I guess like most other authors, I had a story to tell. 1,042 more words

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The Amazon Trail

Staying Home

We are not traveling this year. Definitely, positively, no ifs ands or
buts. No one can make me.

For the last eight years we’ve flown or driven across some or all of… 842 more words

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Link for ordering Saints and Sinners 2015: New Fiction from the Festival.

Order here: http://www.boldstrokesbooks.com/9781626393912e.html

In alphabetical order by author’s last name, the 2015 Saints and Sinners Short Fiction Contest finalists are:

“Gingerbread” by Eric Andrew-Katz

“Days of Awe” by N.S. 183 more words

Writing

Death By The Riverside

“Death by the Riverside” by J.M. Redmann. (Bold Strokes Books, 2009.)

This is the first of the Micky Knight Mystery series. Based on the blurb, I had an inkling I would like it. 270 more words

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BOLD STROKES BOOKS AUTHOR INTERVIEW with FRANCI MCMAHON

by Connie Ward

What made you decide to become a fiction writer?

There was never a decision about becoming a writer. I just started writing a different reality for myself, a daydream to transport myself from my present intolerable life. 896 more words

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Bats, Bluebonnets, and Books!

It’s that magical time of year again when lesbian fiction authors and readers head to Austin, Texas for the annual Lone Star Lesbian Fiction Festival. This amazing festival is in its seventh year and has grown from a smallish gathering of folks at a local coffee house to this year’s event where 22 authors are scheduled for panels and readings at a conference center in the heart of Austin. 138 more words

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Review: Heart of the Game

Title: Heart of the Game
Author: Rachel Spangler
Series: – –
Genre: F/F Contemporary Romance
Length: Novel
Available: Now

Sometimes baseball is just a metaphor for life, and sometimes it works the other way around.

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