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Kiss and Tell |Penelope Janu

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Rural romance author, Penelope Janu, threads a love of the environment and horses through all her stories, with her latest novel – Starting From Scratch – tying both themes together in a warm, fresh and fun read. With a natural bent towards educating readers, Janu makes us care for the characters and their causes.

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Three things I learned while writing… Her Cowboy Prince

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Welcome to our last ‘Three Things I Learned’ blog for 2020. And we intend to go out with a bang—of the cowboy variety! Two time RITA finalist and Ruby award winner for ‘Breaking Good’, Madeline Ash loves a hero with a kind heart. Madeline has come to share her three things she learned from writing her recent book ‘Her Cowboy Prince’! Welcome Madeline!

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Christmas Edition: Three things I learned while writing… Xmas Dust, Elsie Creek Series #4

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And we are so close now – can you smell the Christmas cookies baking? Can you see the Christmas lights on your neighbours homes? Are you up to your ears in Christmas spirit and full to the brim of Hallmark movies? Well there’s always room for more HEA! Please welcome our third 3 things – Christmas edition blog, with Mel A Rowe! 1. Finding a town’s backstory helped create an authentic setting in a rural romance series. Readers, from all over the world, consistently ask if the fictitious small town of Elsie Creek is real. Some of it is true. …

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Three things I learned while writing… The Charleston Scandal

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Those of you in the know about Australian historical authors would be familiar with best-selling Australian author Pamela Hart. Her books feature histocial heroines who never compromise their independence and yet still find time for love. Today Pamela joins us on the RWA blog to talk about her new book and the three things she learned while writing The Charleston Scandal. Welcome Pamela!

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Christmas Edition: Three things I learned while writing… Holly Ever After

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Are we ready for a Christmas HEA? Yes I hear you say! Get your Holly ready because there’s some kissing to be had! Please welcome our second 3 things – Christmas edition blog, with Anna Foxkirk! 1. Being in lockdown is not all bad Okay, I tend to be a pretty positive person. And perhaps I’m a bit of a bouncer (though not in a mega-muscled hanging outside a nightclub sort of way). What I mean is, for me, one of the many living in metropolitan Melbourne, after the initial shock of the pandemic and then finding our world had …