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WINNER!! Kindle HD8 goes to Christina Gonzalez of San Antonio, TX

WINNER!! Congratulations to Christina Gonzalez of San Antonio, TX. You won a Kindle Fire HD8 with 5 Romance Novels from 2nd Chance Romance! #2CR #RT #Award

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Interview With Sojourner McConnell

Leigh Holland Writes!

KentuckyAuthors!BannerLeigh Holland’s Interview with Sojourner McConnell

Today I’m delighted to host the author of “Who’s That in The Cat Pajamas?”, Sojourner McConnell, at my author spotlight. Thanks for being here!

Leigh: Tell us a little bit about yourself.

I am delighted to talk to you and share about myself and my work. I am a writer, and I am also a mother of 3 grown children and grandmother of 13 ranging in age from 16 to one year.  I am also the dog mom to Beau. He is my Australian Shepherd and my little time keeper. He keeps me on schedule.  When I am not writing, I am enjoying a good book, writing reviews on them, or blogging.  It is a favorite pastime to find fun things to blog about, funny moments, exciting events, favorite memories, and cute dog and kid pictures.

Leigh: Why did you decide to write children’s…

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Grisham Goes Indie? And has a Podcast!

Hello Book Lovers,

I’m thrilled to share the launch of my podcast, Book Tour with John Grisham, available right now exclusively on-demand wherever you listen to podcasts.

Join me on my first book tour in twenty-five years as I chat with and take questions from book lovers in thirteen bookstores up and down the East Coast. Along the way, I’m joined by some of the nation’s most notable authors, including Continue reading “Grisham Goes Indie? And has a Podcast!”

2CR June 2017 Newsletter

2nd Chance Romance Newsletter. Come visit 🤓


Mom and DadHappy Father’s Day to all you dads out there.  Both of my parents have been gone since 1993, and I miss them dearly. But in honor of this day, I would be remiss if I didn’t tell a dad story.

My dad was an enthusiastic educator, so he was slightly reserve in his academic ways. When my saintly mother was bargain shopping for an appropriate gift for Father’s Day, she hit pay dirt on half a dozen ball caps. As you can see from the photo, dad was a hat man. He could wear them when mowing the lawn or harvesting our massive vegetable garden. (Man, I miss those fresh tomatoes!).

The excitement as dad unwrapped his box o’ hats was palpable in the air. But when he tried one on, my sister and I rolled on the floor laughing. Once the guffaws subsided and…

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9 Ways To Avoid A Humiliating Public Failure At Your Book Signing Event

Tips for an outstanding book signing!

Dan Alatorre - AUTHOR

Your humble host. your humble host

You finally worked up the nerve to ask a real, live bookstore to have you sign books at an event!

Okay, you emailed them.

But they replied and now you have a signing event! Woo hoo!

Uh oh…

A real live event.With people.

Or worse, maybe with NO people.

I can hear your heart pounding from here. You’ve heard horror stories about signings. Nobody came. Nobody bought a book…


It can happen even if you DO plan. So what do you do? After all, for the most part you tend to be humiliation-averse.

Good thing I was here!

I have 9 tips for what you need to make your signing a hit, plus some bonus tips for before and after the event, and a few planning/social media suggestions.

The biggest thing to…

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