A few months ago, I published an iBooks exclusive edition of At Any Price with a special double chapter (over 8,000 words) from Adam’s point-of-view. If you were not able to get that version of At Any Price from iBooks, I’m offering the bonus double chapter as a FREE download to my newsletter subscribers next week.
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A multi-published author of more than fifty romance, cozy mystery and inspirational titles, Charlotte Carter lives in Southern California with her husband of forty-nine years and their cat Mittens—an equal opportunity lap cat. They have two married daughters and five grandchildren. When she’s not writing, Charlotte does a little stand-up comedy—G-Rated Humor for Grownups—and teaches […]
The interest of this goal, as listed on my goals page, is to keep me continuously writing every day. It’s probably set fairly low but that’s because getting my butt in the chair and writing is half the battle. Thus the reason for 100 x 100. For the vast majority of my writing sessions, I […]
This holiday season, as we sat in front of the TV during the late night hours wrapping gifts, I slowly and not-so-subtly got my husband hooked on Downton Abbey. It wasn’t hard, really, but of course this second time around, I was viewing the series through a storyteller’s eyes rather than merely enjoying the story […]
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When I first set out to write my story, “The Love Letter,” for the “Jane Austen Made Me Do It Short Story Contest,” I knew that the story would be from Mark’s point of view. And therein lay my greatest challenge for composing the story. He is a man, and I am a woman. Dr. […]