Author Archives: marymarvella

Does the Passion or Story Come First?

Welcome Addison Brae! Thanks for hosting me today, Mary. Readers often ask what inspires plots and characters. Here are my thoughts. How do you get ideas for plots and characters?Life experiences, dreams, people I’ve met, and what’s going on in … Continue reading

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Keeping Faith by Beverley Oakley

Keeping Faith Fair Cyprians of London Series (Book 3) By Beverley Oakley Beverley has a print copy of Her Gilded Prison to giveaway during the tour. Please use the Rafflecopter below to enter. Remember you may enter every day for … Continue reading

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Wilde Fridays!

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“Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.” – Oscar Wilde “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” – Oscar Wilde “To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people…

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His Midnight Sun! Coming this Week!

Writer’s life: How to deal with a bad, biased review. The short and real answer is, you don’t. If you put out books on a fairly regular basis and you have a decent number of people reading your books, a … Continue reading

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What She Inherited! Reverse Harem.

First and Ten: A Contemporary Reverse Harem A Team of Her Own Book 1: Preseason by Erin Hayes and Margo Bond Collins Available on Amazon FREE in Kindle Unlimited https://amzn.to/2Pxwhwm Blurb: When Madison Harte inherits a football team with three … Continue reading

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Teaching for Savvy Authors Next Week!

Teaching online classes is becoming a thing for me. How odd is that?   I love to teach in person, face-to-face. There is a special satisfaction to be gained from seeing a student’s face and feeling the excitement of comprehension. … Continue reading

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