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Have you ever wondered why we don’t promote more hunky models on the pages of InD’tale magazine? Well, while we enjoy a beautiful face, accompanied with a longing sigh, as much as the next person, we also value the person inside—the human being that inhabits a beautiful face.

Few people even remotely acquainted with the paperback aisle of any store would not be familiar with the name Carly Phillips.  A beloved staple of romance readers everywhere, Carly has built a career on everything we all love about the genre.  But what is this icon like in person?


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I often think that anything I have to say about writing, publishing, and marketing should come with the disclaimer *results not typical, individual results will vary* I am by no means an expert - please don’t tell my kids that, I don’t want to disillusion them.

This time of year one cannot escape the references to it, especially if you are a religious person of the Christian persuasion.  Personally, I'm not sure which holiday is more significant.

The privilege and wonder of keeping one’s ear to the ground–AKA gossip–is picking up buzz and other interesting tidbits to share with my clients and readers.

I’m sure many of you recognize Jax Turyna. With the lithe figure of a ballerina and the petite features of a fairy princess, it’s easy to see why such a beauty has graced so many of our favorite romance covers. In fact, she’s the country’s top female romance novel model!

"Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die." ~The Princess Bride. Do you remember this bit of dialogue from “The Princess Bride”? Of course you do. Now, I want you to do something for me. Close your eyes and recall the scene.

“The next afternoon, Isbeth let herself into the second floor rooms after the men left. It all looked much that same as it did when she cleaned. Clothing, dirty dishes, and half-filled wine goblets placed about without care or pretense of order.

John Keats, English romantic poet famously died in Rome in February 1821 having traveled there for his health. He had good company. English travelers and expatriates poured into Rome in the late Regency period.


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