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Hi, I just wanted to pop in and let you know I blog in two places. Perfectly Penny is my personal blog.  You can also find me on the Wichita Area Romance Author’s blog, Bits & Bytes: Romance…the Writers Way, the 22nd of each month (and the 31st, when there is a 31st).

I hope you drop by often — I love visitors and comments. :D

This month at Bits & Bytes: Romance…the Writer’s Way we discussing Christmas memories. I hope you will pop over and share your own memories, be they happy, sad, or poignant.

May you have a Blessed Christmas and a very Happy New Year.

Today I’m blogging over at Bits & Bytes: Romance…the Writer’s Way. I hope you’ll pop over and share your most memorable Thanksgiving.

… and watch these videos:

The Artist’s Creed

Pretty powerful stuff, huh.

Happy Halloween!

Want to add a bit of a thrill or a chill or touch of suspense to your writing? Please check out my post today over at Bits & Bytes: Romance…the Writer’s Way.

This month, in honor of Halloween, we’re sharing creepy, scary stories over at Bits & Bytes: Romance…the Writer’s Way. We’ve had stories about ghosts and snakes and spiders. Today my offering is When a Stranger Calls. I hope you’ll pop over and share your own story.

It’s Enough to Make a Writer’s Head Spin

Today I’m over at Bits & Bytes: Romance…the Writer’s Way blogging about Active vs Passive. I hope you’ll pop over and share your thoughts on this subject.

New Review!

Sapphire and Gold received a 5 diamond review from Starly Kaye at Got Erotic Romance!

“Alexandra’s mine and mine alone!…no one will thwart my wedding…The underlying menace in Bartholomew’s tone sent chills slithering down Alexandra’s spine.” I was hooked from this point on and had to know about this unwanted wedding, about this evil-sounding man.
Alexandra Whittaker isn’t who she thought she was. The news comes out of the blue and changes her world and her life. Fleeing from the horrors she overheard, her life becomes even more complicated when she is rescued while fleeing by a dashing Sea Captain.
Derek Tremaine has felt guilt for years after losing a small girl left in his care. He has never stopped searching for her. While searching in Philadelphia for more possible answers, he saves an unconscious woman in the river. Her resemblance to the mother of the missing girl startles him even as he is drawn to her, and he helps her hunt for answers to her life. The journey they go on together isn’t easy, nor is getting along. But they grow together and their romance grows steadily as well.
The characters are very well developed, the backgrounds complex, the obstacles and conflicts enough to pull the reader through the story. Overall, this was an excellent read.

Today I’m over at Bits & Bytes: Romance…the Writer’s Way discussing the Male POV. I hope you’ll pop over over for a visit. :D

Today I’m blogging over at Bits & Bytes: Romance…the Writer’s Way. I hope you’ll drop by for a visit.