Powerful Women (Part 1)

I love celebrating people, so today I honor women who have impacted me.

Source: Powerful Women (Part 1)

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Face-Off with Tamara Leigh!!

Such a fun time with Charity, aTransParentMom 🙂

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Alright, guys! I am back in business!! I do want to let you know that things will probably be a bit slower for a while, but I’ll fill you in on everything going on soon! In the meantime, let’s do this!!

Carol_Award_Gold_-_no_base_transparent_backgroundTamara is a bestselling and multi-award winning author of  historical and contemporary fiction. Her book,The Unveiling, is currently FREE!!! So, head on over and grab a copy!!

I’ve missed facing-off! Let’s see who wins this thing:


unnamed The rules are simple. I ask Tamara some random questions. She replies and then I give my answers. Each winning answer is worth one point and I get to decide whose answer is better.

It’s my blog.

Here we go!

1. Have you ever been metal detecting? If so, what did you find?

Tamara – Okay, this probably doesn’t count, but it’s the closest I can come—metal detecting à la one big…

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LADY OF CONQUEST ~ Available Late Spring 2015

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PART I ~ EVOLUTION OF A COVER ~ BARON OF GODSMERE: Book One in The Feud series (Winter 2014/15)

I enjoy working with my amazing cover designer to bring my characters to life beyond the printed word. Though I usually reserve that journey for my newsletters, this last one was so spectacular that I have to share it here.

PART I: Finding The Perfect Baron Boursier ~ After poring over hundreds of candidates, here he is—yes, in a kilt, and no, the setting is not Scotland. The kilt and tattoo both have to go, 14th century armor being the order of the day. Oh, and give that man an eye patch! A rather handsome starting point, hmm? Tomorrow, PART II: Finding The Perfect Lady Elianor of Emberly

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Website: www.tamaraleigh.com

 

2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 80,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 3 days for that many people to see it.

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THE KINDLING: Book IV (Age of Faith) Final Back Cover Copy

At last ~ THE KINDLING’s final back cover copy. Many thanks to all who offered fabulous feedback, including Becky Doughty, Rel Mollet, Serena Chase, Skyler Schmanski, Lisa Wing, and Valerie Anne Faulkner. Here it is:

‘TIS SAID FAMILY CREATES A MULTITUDE OF SINS.

Helene of Tippet is not her father or her brother’s keeper. Yet when she is enlisted to use her healing skills to aid a fallen knight, the secret she holds close threatens to visit her family’s sins upon her. Now she is in danger of loving where she should not—a man of the nobility, and one who has cause to despise her if ever he learns of the blood that courses through her veins. Dare she reveal herself? Dare she trust a warrior so bitter and intent on revenge? Dare she love?

Sir Abel Wulfrith, a man bred to battle, has the scar to prove one should never trust a woman. But when he is wounded by his family’s enemy, he finds himself at the mercy of one who could prove his undoing. Now he faces a battle against which no strategy can prevail, no blade can defend, no heart can escape unscathed. Can he forgive Helene the sins of the father—more, the sins of the brother? Can he reclaim his faith? Can he love?

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To Read an Excerpt of this Fall 2013 release: www.tamaraleigh.com

2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 6,500 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 11 years to get that many views.

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