Injecting Truth Into Fiction

on September 23, 2016
Passing Through Brandiss

by Patricia Yager Delagrange Every book I write is infused with an experience I’ve had in my life. The reader won’t actually know which parts are based on my true life but, if asked, I would be honest in my answers. The first book I ever wrote was in 2009 and that was my daughter’s… Read More

Patricia Yager Delagrange

Patricia Yager Delagrange

Fascinated by broken-hearted couples and atypical families, Patricia weaves engaging tales of men and women who create cohesive families where love reigns supreme. She sprinkles her books with intriguing characters who struggle to find balance in life after tragedy. Whether an unwed teenager, desperate widow, abandoned father, or a couple who stray from their marital vows, her characters form relationships impacted by their desire to create a family. Aside from writing, her favorite things to do include riding her Friesian horse, Maximus, dot-to-dot for adults, and watching Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington movies. She spends a majority of her days writing while her two very large Chocolate Labs lounge on the couch cuddled next to her and her MacBook. She writes a blog every Wednesday, so if you're interested, sign up on the mailing list on her website and she'll notify you after she posts her blog. Or just drop by Wednesday mornings and leave a comment. WEBSITE AND BLOG SITE: www.patriciayagerdelagrange.com

Patricia Yager Delagrange Contest

Patricia Yager Delagrange is giving away to TWO winners a paperback or eBook copy of one of the following: TAKEN AWAY, MOON OVER ALCATRAZ or PASSING THROUGH BRANDISS, plus a $20 Amazon gift card.

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Writerspace Wecomes Women’s Fiction Author Patricia Yager Delagrange

on September 1, 2016
Passing Through Brandiss

Fascinated by broken-hearted couples and atypical families, Patricia Yager Delagrange weaves engaging tales of men and women who create cohesive families where love reigns supreme. She sprinkles her books with intriguing characters who struggle to find balance in life after tragedy. Whether an unwed teenager, desperate widow, abandoned father, or a couple who stray from… Read More

Everything I Need to Know, I Learned From Charlotte’s Web

on April 28, 2016
Lies and other acts of love

By: Kristy Woodson Harvey One of the most fun parts of being a parent for me is re-reading some of my favorite classic books from childhood. Since I’m an author and an avid reader, that probably isn’t a big surprise! These past few weeks while I have been on tour for my new novel, Lies… Read More

May-December Romance – Avoiding the Cougar Trap

on April 27, 2016
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by L. G. O’Connor The first time I’d ever heard the word “cougar” was well over a decade ago. My best friend was gushing over a fabulous meal she and her husband had had at an upscale restaurant I’d wanted to try, when her husband walked by and interrupted, “the bar was crawling with cougars.”… Read More

My editor, Margaret O’Neill Marbury

on August 26, 2015
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I’ve worked on books with many talented editors, but the one without peer is the incomparable Margaret Marbury. She has been in charge of my books for more than a decade. Most particularly, she has shepherded The Lakeshore Chronicles to success. She has been instrumental in the crafting of each novel, from helping me hone… Read More

Rescued By the Rancher

on April 17, 2015
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by Victoria James Release date: 4/14/15 Rescued By the Rancher Starting over and starting a whole lotta trouble… Meredith Anderson left her difficult past behind to create a new life for herself in Tall Pines—where she can be the independent, confident woman she always dreamed of being. Now she’s a partner in her sister’s wedding planning… Read More

Ex-Sweethearts

on October 6, 2014
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There is something so achingly wonderful about remembered heartbreak, isn’t there? Or maybe not. Maybe remembering that guy wakes up your inner Al Capone. I have an ex-boyfriend. It was the whole schmere—first love (for me, anyway), first relationship out of college. Figured we’d get married and all that good stuff. But no. Can you… Read More

Why Not Fill Your 30 Days in September with Some Great Books

on September 9, 2014
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By Jaycie Cash School is back in session and we’re heading full steam towards fall. While not fill all 30 days of September with some great reads by Writerspace Top Shelf Authors, like: The Homecoming A Thunder Point Novel #6 By Robyn Carr Mass Market Paperback and eBook Published by MIRA Released August 26, 2014… Read More

5 Tips for Successful (and Sneaky) Matchmaking

on September 8, 2014
The-Sweetheart-Secret

by Shirley Jump My new release, THE SWEETHEART SECRET, features a trio of matchmaking grannies, determined to bring a happy ending to those they love. I know I’ve done the same thing–or tried to–surreptitiously, of course. Because the second you say, there’s someone I want to fix you up with, is the same second your friend… Read More