by Michelle Major When people learn I’m a writer, there are a variety of reactions. Mostly how cool it must be, how they’ve always wanted to write a book and my personal favorite about how they’d love to have all kinds of time to dream of stories. Well, me too, but that isn’t always how… Read More
Michelle Major grew up in Ohio but dreamed of living in the mountains. Soon after graduating with a degree in Journalism, she pointed her car west and settled in Colorado. Her life and house are filled with one great husband, two beautiful kids, a few furry pets and several well-behaved reptiles. She's grateful to have found her passion writing stories with happy endings. Michelle loves to hear from her readers at www.michellemajor.com.
It’s the first week of December, and so it should come as no surprise, dear reader, that holiday-inspired tales dominate the new title offerings this month. Whether it is Laura Marie Altom’s The Cowboy SEAL’s Jingle Bell Baby, Book 4 in her Cowboy SEALS Series, now out in mass-market paperback and eBook (the hardcover follows… Read More
by Michelle Major The holidays are filled with traditions and one of the best parts about writing a Christmas-themed book is weaving some of them into the plot to enhance the story. My favorite gift-giving tradition is stockings, which my family saves until after all the other gifts are open. It’s always a fun to… Read More
by Michelle Major This week is extra special for me because in addition to celebrating the release of TELL ME AGAIN, my fifteenth published book, I’m also celebrating my fifteenth wedding anniversary. My hero and heroine, Trevor and Sam, have a lot to get through before they arrive at their happily ever after so I’ve… Read More
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by Kyra Jacobs Ask anyone about my cooking skills, and you’ll soon learn I’m not the smoothest operator in the kitchen. Baking desserts I can do, but experimenting with a little dab of this and a touch of that for main courses? Uh, no. I need exact measurements and rules to follow. Sarcasm, however, runs… Read More