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About dalesittonrogers

I live with my husband, Rick, and our two cats, Mocha and Tiger. I write articles and poetry, and fiction for all ages. I'm excited about my novella, Lost in the Everglades: myBook.to/DaleSRogers and my store: http://www.zazzle.com/designs_by_dale/products?st=date_created Follow me on Twitter! @DaleSRogers

Sanctuary Cove by Kate James

                    Prism Book Tour, Review & Giveaway   About the Book Adult Contemporary Romance Paperback & ebook, 384 pages March 1st 2017 by Harlequin Heartwarming Can his safe haven be enough … Continue reading

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Mixing it Up

  BOOK BLURB Born with a silver spoon in her mouth, Manhattan upper-cruster Cecily Sinclair now uses that pricey utensil to dish up fancy French fare on her cooking show, Serving Romance. When there’s an executive shake-up at the network, … Continue reading

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The Shoe Box Room

My freshman year in college, I was stuck in the dorm’s basement with two roommates and three suite mates. That would have been okay if we hadn’t all shared one bathroom and my roommates (who never studied) hadn’t stayed up … Continue reading

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LOST IN THE EVERGLADES

Suffering an airboat accident, Stanley and Maggie Cummings leave their mostly unconscious tour guide at an abandoned cabin and wander around Everglades National Park, seeking help. Constantly amazed by the one and a half million acres, complete with dangerous wildlife, … Continue reading

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When I Found You

On Tour with Prism Book Tours When I Found You is the story of San Diego Police Department K-9 unit captain Logan O’Connor, who readers were introduced to in the first two books of the trilogy, and Ariana Atkins, chief of security … Continue reading

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Is Your Manuscript Too Short?

Earlier I wrote a post on “fleshing out” our stories, citing Marg McAlister’s extremely helpful article on doing so without padding. (http://wp.me/p1Nylx-r8)  As I continued     to work on improving my writing, I received advice from a couple of wonderful … Continue reading

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His Kind of Cowgirl

                      Would he still love her…if he knew? Tanner Hayes smashed Claire’s life to pieces when he chose the  rodeo over her ten years ago. And now he’d wrecked her … Continue reading

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