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Archive for Month: August 2017

Monday Mayhem – Joy Thievery

Posted on Aug 28, 2017 by Maggie Wells   6 Comments | Posted in Blog

Sadly, my favorite picture of Teddy Roosevelt has proved to be a fake. But one thing the 26th President got right was this little gem: It’s true. People rarely come out feeling better about themselves or their accomplishments when they hold them up against someone else’s. We tend to stop and look around when we [Read more…]

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Cover Reveal!

Posted on Aug 22, 2017 by Maggie Wells   1 Comment | Posted in Blog

Look at the gorgeous cover for Love Game – book #1 in the upcoming Love Games series! Love Game – February 2018 – Sourcebooks Casablanca Kate Snyder scored her first national championship in her undergrad days at Wolcott University, and now she’s a coaching legend. The last thing she wants is to work beside a [Read more…]

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Monday Mayhem – Third time is a…

Posted on Aug 21, 2017 by Maggie Wells   4 Comments | Posted in Blog

…pain in the tuchas. I’m still working on the first draft of A RING FOR ROSIE, book 3 in the Play Dates series. Still. Forever. And ever. I just can’t seem to wrap it up. And now, 38 books into the writing career, I’m afraid I may have a book three block. I had this [Read more…]

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Monday Mayhem – Mayhem

Posted on Aug 14, 2017 by Maggie Wells   4 Comments | Posted in Blog

I can’t ramble about writing romance novels. It’s hard to think about happily ever afters when it seems everything I believe in is being challenged. I’ll try again next week. In the meantime, think peaceful thoughts and turn your face to the sunlight.  

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Monday Mayhem – Ask and you might possibly receive

Posted on Aug 7, 2017 by Maggie Wells   1 Comment | Posted in Blog

This week I started reading a book called THE ART OF ASKING by Amanda Palmer. It’s an interesting book – part memoir, part self-help. The premise is that we don’t ask people, particularly our friends or family, for the things that we need. Our society values self-reliance, and often views asking for help in the [Read more…]

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