Showing posts from March, 2014

The Darcy Brothers with Susan Mason-Milks

Good morning, dear readers!

I  know, it has been a looooong time since I have had a new post here on "Writing and Ramblings." For those of you who follow my Facebook Page, you know that I have had to take a step back from social media because of mental and physical exhaustion, a soul-sucking day job, trying to sell my house, and in general just being overwhelmed by this thing called life. So I guess that's my "ramblings." On the "writings" side, in addition to working on three novels, I am also preparing to go to The Novel Experience Event this weekend in Atlanta with a huge FREE booksigning on Saturday, March 29th, with 300 authors! So if you are in the area, I hope you'll come say hi! In any case, recently I have been a very bad blogger.
Fortunately, I have many lovely  friends who are willing to stop by for Coffee! Today, I am excited to have fellow Austen Variations AuthorSusan Mason-Milks joining me for Coffee again. Susan dropped by last Octobe…

Celebrate Your Name Week with A.J. Best & a FREE Romance!

Good morning, dear readers!
Do you have a unique name? Have you ever given someone a unique name?
This is "Celebrate Your Name" week, and today I am joined for Coffee by fellow Secret Cravings Publishing author A.J. Best. She has dropped by to tell you about how she chose the not-so-unique names in her heart-wrenching romance, Forgiveness. (I understand that: I named the two main characters in All My Tomorrows "Alice" and "Peter" - Well, actually my husband did!) 
Plus A.J. has her novella available for you for FREE this week! Now that's a way to celebrate, and I know you won't want to miss it - you would never be able to forgive yourself! ~Colette

This week is celebrate your name week. Today specifically is Unique Names Day. Which got me to thinking about the names in my book Forgiveness. There really isn't anything unique about these names, so why did I pick them?

Our beloved though a little neurotic heroine is Mary. Having never really looked u…

The Novels of Colette L. Saucier