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Who wants to marry a millionaire?

Definitely not Paige Michaels, a junior journalist at the nation’s leading entertainment magazine. Sassy and independent, she’s determined to make it on her own.

Until she gets fired.

Unwilling to accept defeat, Paige goes undercover on America’s newest reality show Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire? to get the dirt and write an award-worthy expose. After scoring a spot as a contestant, Paige stumbles her way through absurd tasks and midnight rendezvous in order to win dates with America’s Most Eligible Bachelor, Lincoln Lockwood. But when her professional life gets personal, how is she supposed to tell the difference between real life and reality?

Beyond the Cover-Author Interview with Dana Volney

Dana Volney is one of the most amazing people. Sweet and spunky she's the kind of person who convinces you that you can do anything. She and Jami Wagner were kind enough to let me tagalong with them when we became friends at RT15 in Dallas. They're my first real...
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GIVEAWAY!! Dana Volney Holiday Romances

In honor of the holidays we're doing another giveaway! We're giving away one digital copy of Dana Volney's The December Deal and one digital copy of her upcoming release A Heart for the Holidays. Check out Dana's author interview and use the link below to enter to...
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Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

I just...can't. I don't know what to say about this book. I love the world of Shadowhunters and believe that this series will be just as good as the last. Can't wait for more!   The Shadowhunters of Los Angeles star in the first novel in Cassandra Clare’s newest...
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I’m Grateful to be a Writer in this Decade

Since Thanksgiving is coming up this week I thought I would use this week's blog to share why I am grateful to be a writer during this decade. Access to more literature than ever before Technology makes it easier to write, edit, and be published Social media makes it...
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The Princess Bride by William Goldman

It's as adorable as the movie. That's all you need to know. Anyone who lived through the 1980s may find it impossible—inconceivable, even—to equate The Princess Bride with anything other than the sweet, celluloid romance of Westley and Buttercup, but the film is only...
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Writing Tip of the Week-Meeting Deadlines #NaNoWriMo

This is particularly relevant now since it is National Novel Writing Month! We are halfway through the month, so ideally we should all be halfway through our novels. 😉 Here are some tips provided by H.M Clarke at Book Marketing Tools to help all of us get through the...
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