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Visit with Me at the Ruby Slippered Sisterhood Blog!

Posted Nov 30 2011

Stop by the blog of the 2009 Golden Heart Finalists (“The Ruby Slippered Sisters”) today to chat about alternate endings.  You’ll find us at: http://www.rubyslipperedsisterhood.com/what-if-rhett-butler-had-given-a-damn-by-diane-kelly/comment-page-1/#comment-94874

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Check Out What’s Cooking at the Mystery Lovers Kitchen!

Posted Nov 20 2011

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Hop on Over to Dru’s Book Musings!

Posted Nov 17 2011

Find out what a day in the life of an IRS special agent is like!  Hop on over today to:  http://notesfromme.wordpress.com/2011/11/17/a-day-in-the-life-of-tara-holloway-by-diane-kelly

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Free Kindle E-book!

Posted Nov 15 2011

Suzie Quint’s All’s Fair is free for Kindle!  Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/Alls-Fair-ebook/dp/B005USIO78/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1321416497&sr=1-2

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Funny and Flattering Feedback!

Posted Nov 15 2011

Writers love getting feedback from readers.  Here’s a funny message I found in my email inbox this morning: I’m hooked! My house looks like dukie and it’s all your fault- thanks! It made my day to know she’s decided to read my book instead of cleaning!    

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Fun in Houston!

Posted Nov 14 2011

Had a fun weekend in Houston with CC Hunter, author of the young adult Shadow Falls series.  CC Hunter is also known as Christie Craig, author of numerous award-winning funny romantic mysteries.  If you ever have a chance to hear her speak, jump on it!  She’s a hoot! A BIG THANKS to CC/Christie for arranging the event!  […]

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Red, White, and Books!

Posted Nov 11 2011

If you’re in the Houston area, come on over to WineStyles on Louetta Road from 4 – 7 tomorrow for a booksigning and wine tasting with me and Christie Craig/CC Hunter.  We’d love to see you! 

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I’m Humor Writer of the Month!

Posted Nov 9 2011

I was chosen as Humor Writer of the Month by the Erma Bombeck Writers Workshop!  Hooray!  See the details at:  http://humorwriters.org/category/humor-writer-of-the-month/ I’m so honored!  I loved Erma Bombeck’s writing.  She managed to find humor in the ironies – and in some cases drudgery – of daily life.  I often think of one or another of her humor pieces […]

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Awesome Weekend!

Posted Nov 7 2011

What a great weekend!  It kicked off with the always fun “Mansfield Writes” writing workshop at the Mansfield Public Library Friday night.  Met lots of great authors and aspiring writers at the event!  On Saturday, I had my first book signing at Barnes & Noble.  The store staff were great and made me feel very welcome.  It […]

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Writers Workshop Tonight!

Posted Nov 4 2011

If you live in north Texas, I invite you to come by the Mansfield Public Library tonight for Mansfield Writes, a writing workshop featuring a panel of authors.  It’s always a fun and informative event!  The workshop starts at 7:00.  The library is located at 104 S. Wisteria, Mansfield 76063.  Hope to see you there!

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  Kerrin Parris
Thank you, Cindy, Kathy, Suzanne and Cheryl!
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I enjoyed showing the good things about middle age with this new character. I'm so glad you enjoy Kerrin's reviews and site! I do, too.
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Wonderful! Same here. I trust her opinion. She's very open-minded and fair.
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Thank you for the sharing Kerrin! I really love reading her reviews and quite often add the books to my ever growing pile of books to read.
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What a lovely piece. I have loved Kerrin’s blog/reviews and have only ‘known’ her online for a short while, but she has been one of the only blog reviewers I check religiously. Your book sounds so much fun, and I’m glad the protagonist is closer to my age and not so young as they usually are . I will somehow see if I can read it in Australia. Thanks for the fab interview!! I love the pics from the catch up with Kerrin’s daughter. The landscape is beautiful.

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