Molly O’Keefe

Pay It Forward Friday is my way of thanking authors who have done something that has helped me either personally or professionally in some way in the past years. Some I’ve only met online, some at conferences, and some have become long-term friends. Others may not even know what they did, or […]

Pay It Forward Friday – Molly O’Keefe

To be honest, I’m happy to see the end of 2013. While there were no major incidents last year – no strokes, no heart attacks, no deaths of any of my loved ones, I felt like the entire year was filled with a series of stress-inducing incidents that left me […]

Goodbye 2013, I hope the door hits your backside on ...

Don’t forget the Twelve Days of Christmas posts are still going on at USA Today’s Happy Ever After blog.  Each author is also posting on their own blog and offering a contest.  Today Ruthie Knox is being featured — don’t miss her post or contest. THE TWELVE DAYS The First […]

The Sixth Day of Christmas

Don’t groan.  It’s the 12 Days of Christmas BLOG HOP over at USA Today’s Happy Ever After blog, with prizes and posts from twelve different authors with holiday-themed books out this season. Posts and prizes from Ruthie Knox, Robyn Carr, Cari Quinn, KA Mitchell, Molly O’Keefe, Jaci Burton, Anne Calhoun, […]

12 Days of Christmas has started

I love romance writers. The first time I went to a Toronto Romance Writers‘ meeting I was greeted with so much enthusiasm it was almost overwhelming. I’d never been in a room full of such supportive women before, so willing to offer advice and cheer for your accomplishments and sympathize […]

A hearty thanks…

Yup, this is the same place as last Friday’s photo, just three years later, and at night. Cool how the Eternal Flame suddenly has color, isn’t it? I have a lot to blog about – tons of pictures, though not many of them from the conference itself, dang it all. […]

Back but exhausted

As part of trying to figure out what niche my newest MS would fit into in the Harlequin world, I’ve been reading a few Harlequins of the various lines. I figured, considering she’s a member of TRW who taught me a lot at one of the very first TRW meetings […]

A Man Worth Keeping

… in the wrong hands is a dangerous thing. Alexander Pope in An Essay on Criticism, 1709 I’m taking a course on GMC that requires some intense concentration as I figure out my heroines’ internal and external conflicts – not an easy thing for me to do, especially in the […]

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