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Mel and Gambler's FollyGambler’s Folly now has its own page on Facebook. So if you like the book, join us on Facebook and like the page!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gamblers-Folly/1603179833242295

You’ll find links to interviews, book signings and reviews!

Don’t forget–

   —to Share the Romance…

                             ~~Mellie E. Miller~~

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Mel and Gambler's FollyIf you’ve read Gambler’s Folly and have been hoping for a new release, wait no longer. Jareth, First Lord will be out next month. Set on a new highland world ruled by men with paranormal abilities, Jareth’s courtship of Lady Viviane is one of extremes.

Trained as a warrior, Jareth feels helpless when faced by a woman in tears. But when her temper flares, the fireworks are spectacular. Can he win her heart?

If you haven’t read Gambler’s Folly go over to Amazon.com and get your copy today. I was interviewed by Cyrus Webb this week and we talked about Gambler’s Folly.

Cyrus was kind enough to leave a wonderful review of the book, also. You can read it here.

So while you wait for Jareth, First Lord, take a look at Gambler’s Folly. And you can join the pre-sale event for Jareth.

Whatever you do, whatever you read,

Don’t forget—

—to Share the Romance…

                              Mellie E. Miller

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Mel and Gambler's Folly

Cyrus Webb has entered his 5 star review for Gambler’s Folly on Amazon.com and I am SO excited!

Here are a few lines from his review:

Mellie Miller’s GAMBLER’S FOLLY Is A Literary Bet Worth Taking, August 30, 2014

By  Cyrus Webb “Conversations Book Club”

 

“If you are looking for a literary adventure full of action, suspense and characters you will grow to love (whether you want to or not), then I think GAMBLER’S FOLLY by author Mellie E. Miller should be on your reading list.”

 

So if you’ve put off getting your copy of Gambler’s Folly, wait no longer. It’s available at Amazon.com, in print or eBook.

 

http://www.amazon.com/Gamblers-Folly-Bookstrand-Publishing-Romance/dp/1627405844/

 

It’s definitely worth the risk…

 

Don’t forget—

 —to Share the Romance…

                      ~~Mellie E. Miller~~

 

 

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Mel and Gambler's FollyYes, tonight was the night! I stopped by Conversations LIVE to talk with radio and TV host Cyrus Webb about my writing, Gambler’s Folly and what is coming up in the future.

Cyrus is a charming  host, reaching for more than just “This is your book. What is it about?” He went behind the scenes to learn when this passion for writing began and how I took that first big step into sharing my work with the world.

If you didn’t join us live, you can still listen to the interview.

Haven’t read Gambler’s Folly? Go to http://www.amazon.com/author/melliemiller

And watch here for news on Jareth, First Lord, coming in September. It is available now for pre-order at: http://www.freedomink365.com/jarethfirstlord

So go check out the interview with Cyrus Webb, get your copy of Gambler’s Folly, grab a cup of something nice, sit back and take a journey.

Don’t forget—

      —to Share the Romance…

                                       Mellie E. Miller

 

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Mel and Gambler's FollyYes! Tonight I will be talking with Cyrus Webb on his radio show, Conversations LIVE. It’s on blog-talk radio, at 6 pm eastern time.

I hope you can make time to join us tonight. To make it easier, here is the link for the show.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/conversation-pieces/2014/08/28/author-mellie-miller-stops-by-conversations-live

Hope to see you there!

Don’t forget—

      —to Share the Romance…

                                      Mellie E. Miller

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Changing the worldJareth, First Lord. Ruler of his clan because of Talents inherited down through his family line.

What are Talents? How do they play out in Jareth, First Lord?

And what are wild talents? And if you could have a talent, what would it be?

To find out what we’re talking about, go pre-order your copy of Jareth, First Lord from FreedomInk.

Join the event on Facebook! And leave a comment on Talents, what you think they are, what you would like yours to be.

Go now, while the event is still on and get the perks.

And whatever you do,

Don’t forget—

       —to Share the Romance…

                                         Mellie E. Miller

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Mel and Gambler's FollyI addressed readers a few days ago. But now let’s ask a question I hear quite often. Why do you write? Where do you find your inspiration?

Not everyone writes for the same reason. There are probably as many reasons as there are authors out there. I write because it’s fun, in its own way. Yes, it can be aggravating, frustrating and lead to sleepless nights. But I still write.

I know authors who write to get the characters out of their head, and those characters can demand attention while they’re trying to be born.

Some authors write to inform others. Sometimes it is about a problem they see in society, sometimes about dealing with a disease. Perhaps they want to show us about live in another part of the world. Others want to show us a personal history, an autobiography or genealogy.

And where do we find inspiration? For many it is from life itself, from interactions with friends, neighbors, people we meet in town or at the airport. There is just something about a situation or a chance meeting that provides a spark for a new story.

Sometimes ideas come from dreams. I’ve had several stories begin in my dreams and develop while I sleep. A few times I’ve written myself into a situation I can’t figure a way out of, but a good night’s sleep and a few dreams usually help points the way.

Authors, help me out here. Let’s have your comments on why you write and where you find inspiration. If you’re daring, go to my Facebook page and comment.

Why do we write? Because we must.

What inspires us? Anything and everything in the world.

Talk to you later. And if you haven’t joined my Pre-Sale Event  for Jareth, First Lord yet, jump on over to Facebook.

And whatever you do,

Don’t forget—

     —to Share the Romance…

                                              Mellie E. Miller

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