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When life gives you lemons…

…Make LEMONADE CAKE.* I put two recipes on my web site this summer, along with the promo for my August book, Dockside: The small Catskills town of Avalon, New York, on

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Free books for the beach

Today’s the day! The wonderful folks at Bookreporter.com are giving away another crop of brand new, hot-off-the-presses books, and Dockside is one of them. You can’t beat that! Some of

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"Uncomplicated" is good, right?

Publishers Weekly weighs in on Dockside: “Wiggs returns to the town of Avalon, N.Y., and the shores of picturesque Willow Lake with the fourth* installment of her popular Lakeshore Chronicles

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Anatomy of a bad date

Real quick–there’s an excerpt of Dockside online here. Let’s just say we all have a Shane Gilmore somewhere in the past. Here’s hoping he stays there. Enjoy!

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My kind of people

Book people. You know the type. They read. They remember, they have their favorites, they have a gift for matching up books and readers. They can tell you where they

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"She was my first read…"

Ask almost any avid romance reader which book got her hooked on the genre, and she’ll likely name a title by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss. For me, it was Shanna, which held

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Street date

My author copies have arrived. I even know when Dockside will appear in stores, because there is a sticker on the packing boxes: The label says, “This box contains Dockside

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"Barkis is willin'"

Would you please check out my adorable new companion? He is a lovely Doberman, eight weeks old today, and I named him Barkis, after a character in David Copperfield (and, not

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The heart of your story

Here’s a chance to meet one of the best writers and teachers I know. Work with the incomparable taskmaster on the deepest, most essential part of your story. His most

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