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All posts tagged novellas

On Being Published: 5 Years Later

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I was first published five years ago and my life changed. It didn’t make me wealthier, more popular or stunningly beautiful, though I am thinner (5.5 years in the gym), far more tired (far less sleep)and more harried than I was raising children. I even drink coffee, which I eschewed for my entire previous life. […]

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12 Brides of Summer: Susan Page Davis

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Susan Page Davis wrote the Blue Moon Bride for The 12 Brides of Summer Blue Moon Bride is a sequel to last Christmas’ The Christmas Tree Bride, though it introduces two new characters who cross paths via the Union Pacific Railroad. Susan explained how the stories are connected: “In my Christmas novella, The Christmas Tree […]

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12 Brides of Summer: Amy Lillard

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With summer heating up, Amy Lillard has written The Wildflower Bride for (now bestselling!) The 12 Brides of Summer Collection. As a sequel to last winter’s The Gingerbread Bride, The Wildflower Bride follows the fortunes of the second sister, Grace Sinclair Older sister Maddie is married in the opening scene, set in the 1875 Ozarks, and […]

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12 Brides of Summer: Vickie McDonough

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The (now best selling!) 12 Brides of Summer Collection includes a traditional summer activity in The County Fair Bride by Vickie McDonough. Vickie wrote The Fruitcake Bride with a sequel in mind. Finding the story was easy and fun. “My heroine in The County Fair Bride is Prudy Willard, who was the antagonist in The […]

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12 Brides of Summer: Amanda Cabot

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The Fourth of July Bride by Amanda Cabot is part of The 12 Brides of Summer Novella Collection, and includes romantic fireworks! A sequel to her The Christmas Star Bride,  the new novella returns readers to Esther’s bakery –the site of Esther’s Christmas romance with Jeremy, a portrait painter. Amanda enjoyed coming up with a summer romance to match. […]

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