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Review: Just Destiny by Theresa Rizzo

Review: Just Destiny by Theresa Rizzoby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: When Jenny discovers she is pregnant to her husband Gabe, she can’t find the words to tell him. The truth is, she never wanted to have children before, but when Gabe dies in an accident, she finds her world has collapsed around her and she has to make some hard […]

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Write the Good Fight: Combat in the Theatre and Fiction

Write the Good Fight: Combat in the Theatre and Fictionby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by C.C. Humphreys, author of The Blooding of Jack Absolute There are many similarities between choreographing a fight for the stage and for the page. They are both, in a way, ‘conversation by other means’. They should be all about ‘character in action’: reveal something of those we are following. Give us some […]

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Regency Rakes and Their All Too Often Naughtiest Traits

Regency Rakes and Their All Too Often Naughtiest Traitsby Sandra Scholes

by Sandra Scholes, guest blogger Rakes are numerous in Regency romance novels, as a peek through a Mills and Boon or Jane Austen paperback will tell enough about a supposed gentleman’s personality, but what are the man’s traits that separate men in fiction from the rakish rogues in popular historical novels today? What makes a […]

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