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Dear Santa

By Gwen Overland

I can remember as a kid being excited about making out my Christmas list. I usually didn’t want a lot of things. Merely one big present would light up my world. I’ll never forget the year I got my . . .

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The Code of the West Hawaiian Style

By Gwen Overland

I never thought I would admit this, nor did I think I would parade it on the World Wide Web for all to see, but I’ve decided to write a cowboy romance series. I don’t know that much about cowboys except from watching television and reading other cowboy romance novels, yet I have had a few profound experiences observing the paniolos or cowboys of Hawaii. . . .

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A Midriff Bulge or a Sagging Middle?

By Gwen Overland

One of the things I’ve noticed as a writer is the phenomenon known as the what-the-hell-is-supposed-to-happen-next syndrome, otherwise known as the missing, or the over-congested, or the oh-so-boring middle. I’ve only written 10 books, but I’ve read at least a couple thousand over the last five years, and what I’ve discovered is . . .

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“Dying’s Easy, Comedy’s Hard”

By Gwen Overland

The above quote is credited as having been said by either the celebrated British Shakespearean actor of the early 19th century Edmund Kean, or the English actor Edmund Gwenn, known for his portrayal of Kris Kringle in the 1947 film Miracle on 34th Street. And though it’s not exactly clear who said this or when, I of late have found the second half of this statement to be quite true—especially while writing my latest series of romantic comedies, the Millicent Winthrop Novels.

One of my other careers is that of a . . .

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