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Adrienne deWolfe is the #1 bestselling author of action-packed Historical Romance, where feisty Heroines buck the conventions and true Heroes must be wickedly funny. Her greatest inspiration is nature, and the scene-stealers in her novels are often furry pranksters. Among her 48 writing awards, Adrienne has earned the Best Historical Romance of the Year. She loves to mentor writers toward their dream goals! She is proud to report that another graduate of her Mentorship Program for Aspiring Novelists just became a #1 bestseller on Amazon! If you're interested in her coaching program or if you'd like her to host your book tour on one of her blogs, contact her directly at Adrienne (at) WritingNovelsThatSell (dot) com.php_EOL
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For years, American universities have thumbed their noses at entrepreneurship. I remember diligently searching the course catalogue at my Alma Mater for classes that...
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Schlock.  That’s what my high school English teacher called my best attempts at poetry when I was enrolled in his Creative Writing class. But the joke’s on Mr....
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Sometimes your first book shouldn't be published. I'm so grateful to the Published Angels who talked me out of career suicide, while I was stubbornly insisting that my...
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Need inspiration when the evil, blinking cursor has you befuddled, bamboozled or flat out brain-dead?  You came to the right place!  As a writer, I feel...
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The holiday season can be stressful.  If you’re as busy as I am, you may be wondering:  how the heck am I supposed to gift shop, decorate, bake, party-plan,...
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WARNING: I'm a sucker for ghosts, trick-or-treating, pumpkins, and MAGIC! Yes, it's that time of the year again, when I go crazy, dressing my cat in tiny devil horns....
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I asked some popular Romance authors to help me explain why Alpha Heroes have become such perennial favorites among readers – including this little ol’ closet...
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So you're writing a novel, huh?  Good for you!  Butt be forewarned: no TRUE writer escapes the Seven Stages of Fiction Frenzy... 1. Eureka! An Idea! Nothing is better...
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Yes, fellow fiction writers, when it comes to writing novels and fuming about rejection letters, I can feel your pain. That’s why I created these 10 humorous zingers...
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Why do publishers consistently single me out to write fictional series rather than single title novels? Well, according to my Bantam editor (who was weeping when she...
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Do you stop to recognize the miracles in your life? So many of us have been brainwashed to believe that the term, “miraculous,” can only be applied to giant...
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I just completed several rounds of podcast interviews to promote my Lady Law & The Gunslinger series of Western Romantic Suspense novels, so I’m offering these book...
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British vs American Historicals: Dukes vs Cowboys: Who Steals More Hearts? Howdy, Folks! Adrienne deWolfe, here. A bunch of us crazy Historical Romance authors are...
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When I set out to write my Lady Pinkerton character, Sadie Michelson, I wanted her to be a kick-butt heroine that would make women cheer. I cut my teeth on...
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Readers buy Romance novels because they want to experience the vicarious thrill of falling in love -- and usually with a man who is just a wee bit too dangerous to risk...
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