Why I began Writing Romance Stories by Roxy Wilson

Dee Writes

Hello, Deatri. Thanks for allowing me the opportunity to spend some time with you and your readers today. Thanks, once again, for volunteering to be my mentor, as well as gifting me with what has become one of my handy tools, ‘Become A Successful Author’.

This is, indeed, a wonderful time for me. I’ve got the love of a wonderfully supportive husband and blessed with three precious kids. It’s also, with pleasure, I celebrate the release of my first novel, the ‘Right Kind of Love’. This is the story of second chances, and although Blake and Sloane’s relationship is hardly an easy one, they eventually get their happily ever after ending. It’s also interesting that their story comes out during the closing of 2013, because my journey as an author of romance stories has just begun.

It was only last year, one of my Facebook friends posted Professor Ralph Richard…

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