Category Archives: romance

Saturday Stories: The Christmas Candle

It’s the Christmas season and time to enjoy another Christmas novella crafted by Mary Connealy. Featured in the 2 for 1 novella collection, Candlelight Christmas, along with Linda Goodnight, The Christmas Candle is a story of grief and healing perfect for this … Continue reading

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Victorian Christmas Traditions – Stir Up Sunday

Christmas in Victorian England would not be complete without the making of the Christmas Pudding. This became such an important part of the Christmas celebration, it earned a distinction of its own on the Church calendar.  The last Sunday of the … Continue reading

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Inspirationals make a 9-1-1 call

For a peek into what’s new in inspirational romance, be sure to check out Julie Lessman’s blog in Seekerville. This is definitely NOT your grandmother’s fiction!!

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Love Those Cowboys

I’ve noticed one of the top questions I’m often asked by editors when pitching a book is “What qualifies you to write about cowboys and ranching?” For a long time I thought my inclination came from growing up in Colorado … Continue reading

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Welcome, Carol Steward!

Welcome, Carol, and thanks for telling us all about your current series for Love Inspired Suspense. Carol lives in Colorado, keeps a full time job, and writes terrific romantic suspense. Her latest book, Shield of Refuge is a November 2008 … Continue reading

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