Monday, November 12, 2012

Heroines, 100 Years, and Contemporary

I've been Guest Blogging all over lately.

Last Monday I talked about "Strong Heroines" at Fresh Fiction. I love strong heroines in the stories I read, and I presume my readers like them too. My new Tender Mysteries Series features ten strong heroines in ten books, all set in the 1890s. Read my blog at Fresh Fiction here.

On Thursday I visited the Long and Short Reviews blog and talked about "100 Years of Love." This summer my entire three-novel Heart Junction Series, set in early Twentieth Century South Dakota, was released in a special edition collection. While visiting the Long and Short Reviews blog I discussed some of the things which were taking place 100 years ago such as the beginning of the Oreo cookie, the founding of the Girl Scouts, and the opening of two beloved professional baseball stadiums. Read my guest blog at Long and Short Reviews here.

Wednesday, November 14, I'll be at the Romance Junkies Blog writing about being "Completely Contemporary" in today's novels. Things change so quickly from year to year, it's quite a challenge for writers to keep their contemporary novels current, especially when it comes to technology. As of November 14 my Romance Junkies guest blog will be here.

As always, thank you, Readers, for your support on this blog and wherever you find me on the Internet!


Fran Shaff, Award-Winning Author
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