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Leigh Michaels
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Award-winning author, teacher, and editor
Award-winning author, teacher, and editor

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Author @GingerMonette joins me on Reading, Writing, and Romance to talk about plausible attraction in romance characters -- Plan it, Plot it, Show it!

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Quick Fix for Grammar Challenges -- Do it's and its trip you up? What about pronouns -- when is it "Joe and I" and when is it "Joe and me"?

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Writing any book is tough enough, but stepping back in time to write historicals has its own set of challenges.

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What traits do you find most important to consider when you're creating characters?

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Leigh Michaels commented on a post on Blogger.
And Lori, thank you for hosting. It's tough for a blogger to find a new twist, but First Fight Fridays is a really great idea!

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Leigh Michaels commented on a post on Blogger.
Love this first fight, Lynda! The past history and the current problems are all so clear! -- I love how Lucas and Veronica eventually solve their problems.

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I found out lots I didn't know before about author Tamara Ferguson -- I hope you will too!

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Leigh Michaels commented on a post on Blogger.
Thanks for hosting me, Lori! I'm so glad to be here, sharing the fun of 15 happy endings in this delightful boxed set.

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Here's the blurb and a snippet from my new Regency novella, HER WEDDING WAGER. It's part of the boxed set called Magical Weddings, available now for preorder. Come join the release-day party on June 16!

Celia’s best hope of finding a husband – and avoiding the marriage her uncle has in mind for her – is Lady Stone’s high-society wedding party. With two earls, a viscount, and a baron to choose from, Celia should be content. So why is she paying more attention to her distant cousin Simon Montrose? He’s not only the man her Uncle Rupert thinks she should marry, but Simon’s the one who bet her she can’t capture a titled gentleman before the party’s over.

“Uncle Rupert, if a London Season is out of the question, then Lady Stone’s house party is your best opportunity to get me off your hands and married. You keep telling me that the young men I meet at the assemblies here are far beneath my touch.”
“And so they are. Haven’t seen any yet with ambition, good sense, or a pair of coppers to rub together. But the only man you need is right here.” Rupert waved his fork toward Simon.
Her cousin? Of course he wasn’t serious, to imply that she and *Simon*…
Celia couldn’t help it. She giggled.

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A cool new feature from blogger Tierney James -- trivia and personal stuff about authors. Today it's me, and my dollhouse -- come on over and have fun!
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