I’m excited to announce that some of my books – even the poetry one [written by my ‘Upreet Dhaliwal’ self] – will be available as part of the Smashwords 2022 End of Year Sale! This is a chance to get my books, along with books from many other great authors, at a promotional discount.
I love winter in North India because I get to put on my gorgeous cold-weather clothes: coats, boots, socks, scarves, cowls, mittens…
I’m so excited to be sharing this new release. I’ve watched Sweet Home Alabama a dozen times at least and have enjoyed it each time.
Here’s a chance to meet Melanie again, and to learn what Ms Smooter was like before she became hot fashion designer Melanie Carmichael…
I’ve learned over the years that I work best with deadlines.
Knowing that about myself, I figure that if I announce the book, I’ll have to finish it!
I made this poster to motivate myself and to keep everyone informed. I hope you’ll be as excited as I am…
This short read is permafree!
The stories are inspired by random words and phrases floating around in the stratosphere. There’s something for everyone. I had fun writing these and they represent a brief interlude from my longer stories, one of which is coming out very soon, so watch this space…
Here’s a look at Jana Richards’ Small Town, Contemporary Romance which is themed around a marriage of convenience, and is a friends to lovers, second-chance romance. This post introduces us to the lead, Jamie Garven, from the book “Unexpected”…
When I’m book hunting and I find an intriguing title, I’ll definitely look at the cover.
Irresistible? All right, so then I’ll read the blurb.
The few words written on the back of the book will either convince me to buy/borrow it, or will compel me to return it to the shelf.
That’s how important a blurb is.
It has the onerous responsibility – now that the title and the cover have played their roles – to get the reader to clutch the book to her chest, totter off to the nearest couch, and start reading.
Introducing J. Arlene Culiner and her newest story. Blake’s is a historical romance and sounds utterly delightful. There’s an excerpt for you to sink your teeth into, and if that doesn’t induce you to buy the book, nothing will!
We need cheering up some days more than others, don’t we?
Even if some of us have a sunny disposition, no matter what the weather, a holiday romance can only make things better.
Here’s a romantic comedy based in Toronto that features a beleaguered young man, a strong, independent young woman, and a mother who has no qualms about making mischief!
Oh! And there’s a cat…
This FREE short story is inspired by a need to revisit a time when it was more than all right to sit in coffee shops without a mask on, and to meet with relatives and friends as though a deadly virus did not lurk in the shadows.
I had fun writing this from a male perspective and also enjoyed the challenge of exploring love, loss, acceptance, and intrigue in just a few words.