Newsletter Archives

2011

December 31, 2011: A Brief Recap of 2011 Publishing News
December 17, 2011: December Books Perfect Gifts for the Holidays
December 2, 2011: Milford-Haven for Libraries

rose-petal-heart400x353November 2011: November Books Warm the Hearth-Fire
Publishers Weekly Review
What the Heart Knows contest
Lake Forest Women’s Club
Mystery Tea with Margaret Coel
eBooks
What My Heart Knows

October 2011: October Books Take Flight
What the Heart Knows – National Launch!
A Charmed Life
Hummer Update
Autumn Tour Schedule
Changing Hands

September 2011: September Leaves are Turning
What the Heart Knows
eBooks
Hummer Update
Autumn Tour Schedule
An Elevated View
September California Events
A Book in Hand

heartstree400x400_gjdblcou_August 2011: Blog Tour
Blog Tour Week #1
Blog Tour Week #2
Blog Tour Week #3
Blog Tour Week #4

July 2011: July in Colorado
Pool Par-Tea
Connective-Tea

June 2011: June Books Leafing Out
eBook Preview
Fabulous team at Book Expo America
Connecting with Book Expo America Readers
Summer Socie-Tea Events
The Author’s Platform
Blog Lessons

May 2011: May Books in Bloom
Fabulous Team at the L.A. Times Festival of Books
First Members of New Socie-Tea
Press Room
World of Authoring
Book Expo America
Blog-adocious

heartribbon400x267April 2011: April Showers of Books
New Socie-Tea
L.A. Times Festival of Books
Press Room
Book Expo America
World of Reading
Blog-O-Rama

March 2011: Marching Forward
Editing
Seismic Resonances
Geography of the Heart
Discovering my Heart in Cambria
Discovering Roots in Wales
Connecting Hearts in Cambria
New Plot Line
Blah Blah Blogging

February 2011: A Valentine From My Heart to Yours
A New World of Publishing
Opening New Doors for My Readers
What Will Stay the Same / What Will Change
Writing & Re-Writing
Transformation

2010

heartinbook400x332December 2010: Happy New Year 2010!
Milford-Haven Novels – Plot Summaries
Women’s Fiction – What Is It?
Women’s Fiction vs. Men’s Fiction
Service Clubs
Libraries – Morro Bay
Milford-Haven Teas
Book Festivals, Book Signings and Book Conferences