A Will and A Way (A Worth the Wait Romance) Maggie Wells Kensington/Lyrical Press July 5, 2016 What’s a nice widow like you doing in a place like this?…. Consummate ladies man Will Tarrant has made it to middle age without walking down the aisle. People think he’s anti-marriage, but he knows he just hasn’t… Continue reading DSRA New Releases
Diamond State Romance Author, Maggie Wells, has sold the third book in her Worth the Wait Romance series, A BOLT FROM THE BLUE, to Kensington/Lyrical Press. Expected publication, April 2017. Book two in the line, A WILL AND A WAY, released earlier this month. Save
Diamond State Romance Author, Maggie Wells, has sold the audio rights to her upcoming Wolcott Warrior series to Insatiable Press in a three book deal by Sara Megibow of kt literary. Print and Digital rights to the series were sold to Samhain Publishing in 2015.
Hot Nights in St. Blaise – The complete calendar collection Maggie Wells January 14, 2016 When the St. Blaise Regional Medical Center Board of Directors decided to jump-start their fundraising and public relations, they never imagined she’d be stripping their most prominent doctors, nurses, and support staff down to their birthday suits in order to beef… Continue reading DSRA New Releases
Like many writers, I spent November with my head down and fingers flying. I’m happy to report that I completed my seventh NaNoWriMo challenge this year. And it was just what I needed. As you know from previous posts, I’ve been struggling with my latest WIP. Not the story, but prying the darn thing out… Continue reading It’s that time of year!
Many of us are engaged in the annual National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) challenge at the moment – the one where a bunch of nutjobs like myself commit themselves to writing fifty thousand words in thirty days. This is my seventh NaNoWriMo, and I have to say, though it isn’t for everyone, I find this… Continue reading Now’s the time to add the pad!
Words can be fickle friends, can’t they? Some days they rush out so fast it’s hard for my fingers to catch up. Then there was the month of August. And half of September…But not October! Nope. I’m not going through another drought like that anytime soon. No way, no how. There were real enough reasons… Continue reading Strange magic by Maggie Wells