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12 Brides of Summer: Margaret Brownley

Margaret Brownley

Best-selling author Margaret Brownley contributed the Dog Days of Summer Bride to The 12 Brides of Summer Collection. Unlike the other novellas in The 12 Brides of Summer, the Dog Days of Summer Bride is not a sequel to Margaret’s 12 Brides of Christmas story. She explains why: “It’s hard for me to write sequels because when I finish […]

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12 Brides of Summer in Book Form!

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The 12 Brides of Summer, released in the summer of 2015 in ebook format, is now being released as a hold-in-your-hand book. It makes a great summer read: a dozen novellas recounting stories of romance in the 19th century. It only takes about an hour to read each story, making the book an excellent companion to […]

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Happily Ever After Stories?

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Don’t you love and “they lived happily ever after” stories? Not because it’s reality, but because in our complicated cruel world, it’s lovely to drift away and enjoy a story that ends happily. We all need a little hope, if not magic, somedays! Knowing true love will at least be met is part of the […]

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12 Brides of Christmas

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For Christmas 2014, Barbour Publishing tried a new idea involving an ebook series called The 12 Brides of Christmas. Like the weekly serial format of stories as done in Charles Dicken’s time, The 12 Brides of Christmas were twelve distinct novellas centering on a gift given at Christmas time and a resultant wedding. In the busy […]

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This Writer and Her Friends

Writing is notoriously a solitary work, but this writer could not do her job without her writer friends. The fact I’ve been part of five different novella collections means I’ve worked with other writers my entire career. But two writers in particular have been with me through half these collections and I want to talk […]

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