Sunday Morning Musings: Publishing and Other Things

Cover for FANTASY MAN which is scheduled for release February 2016 from Samhain Publishing. I have a new addiction: Mary’s Gone Crackers. I blame Starbucks for putting them in their Bistro Box. The crackers are quite expensive. Fifty cents an ounce via Amazon is the least expensive price I found. …

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Barbara Meyers Author Newsletter May 2015

Hello romance novel lovers! Are you looking for beach reads to enjoy over the summer? A MONTH FROM MIAMI, the first book in the Braddock Brotherhood series is on sale for $1.99 until May 15th to celebrate the release of the fourth book in the series, WHAT A RICH WOMAN …

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Are You A Tease?

Evidently I am. The first chapter of WHAT A RICH WOMAN WANTS was supposed to appear on the lovely Limecello’s (@limecello) blog tartsweet.com in the Tuesday Teaser slot. Imagine my surprise not to find it there when I was all set to promote it. That’s because I forgot to send it. …

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Picky Reader Interview

My blog is called Reading, Writing and Romancing so I thought I’d find out what readers are reading and why.  I use to do a little review blog called Picky Reader to keep track of the books I read…but then I found Goodreads. However, I’ve decided to resurrect Picky Reader. Below is …

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The Grand-dogs – Fleuree

I was never one of those people who wanted grandchildren, much in the same way I was never one of those people who desperately wanted children.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad I have children, but if I hadn’t, I like to think I’d have been okay about it. So …

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Win a Free Book

Nobody’s Fool The following is excerpted from the romantic comedy NOBODY’S FOOL by Barbara Meyers, release date 1/6/15 from Samhain Publishing — He wouldn’t fall for her again, wouldn’t tell her how he’d felt all those years ago or what she’d done to him when she’d left. He’d get the hell …

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Nobody's Fool – Sneak Peek

Excerpt from NOBODY’S FOOL: Two hours later, she and Court were facing each other across a Formica tabletop in a cozy booth at Mel’s Diner. “So Adam Stadler’s gay,” she said, as she looked over Mel’s menu. Nothing on it had changed in ten years, except the prices. “It would …

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