Keep in TouchEmailFaceBookTwitterPinterestInstagramGoodreadsAmazonBookBub

 

A Virtual Reader Community

I'm so excited to be part of a new Facebook group with ten fabulous authors, all of whom write emotional stories of love, family, and friendship. Fiction From The Heart is a vibrant and supportive community for readers who want to discuss books, life, and love....

read more

How Publishing is like Parenting

My mother visited this past weekend. She's come regularly since my first child's birth, providing much-needed help when my kids were young, and welcome company now. Despite living in another state, she’s here often enough to witness my parenting highs and lows. This...

read more

5 Tips to Renew the Spirit

I’m sure I’m not alone when I say that, at this point in my life, I’m rather depleted--of energy, optimism, and creativity. Why? For the same reasons you are. Too many commitments. Too many horror stories on the news. Too many things I can’t control that, nonetheless,...

read more

Read-A-Romance Month

It's back, and once again, I'm thrilled to contribute to the month-long celebration of romance literature. Read-A-Romance Month is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the authors who write in this genre and the motivation behind their work. This year we were...

read more

Book Birthday!

I remember meeting with my editor about the Cabot novels back in 2016. His enthusiasm for the project matched my excitement, which made me eager to get started on BEFORE I KNEW. Fast-forward to today. As I write this short post, I've got the manuscript for the third...

read more

My Tribe!

I just returned home from a five-day long Romance Writers of America conference in Orlando. It's quite shocking, frankly, as I was convinced I would melt in that heat. The trip confirmed, once again, that I could never retire to the Deep South! As always, I learned...

read more

Inspiration and Creative Expression

People often ask me where I get my story ideas. Some assume they are ripped from the lives of my family and friends, to which I reply, “Of course!” I say this because, in some form, my experiences certainly influence my work. However, I also find inspiration in a good...

read more

Summer Reading Recommendation

I haven't offered a reading recommendation on my blog in quite some time, but I'm inspired to do so today. I spent the better part of my free time this past weekend reading Elinor Lipman's On Turpentine Lane. This author had been highly recommended by many, but I'd...

read more

Summer: Bring It On!

Here comes summer! Temperatures have jumped dramatically. My kids are currently taking finals. And the gardens are in full bloom. Yes, summer is officially here. As usual, our family calendar is stuffed with various out-of-town sports and leadership camps, as well as...

read more

Goodbye, Stitch…

Our neighbor's cat, Stitch, was a fixture on our street for a dozen years. He's been in everyone's home from time to time--sometimes invited, other times not. As he aged, he became rather bold, lying in the middle of the road or driveway and refusing to budge for...

read more

ABOUT JAMIE

0 facebook twitter pinterest
goodreads instagram email
Jamie's an avid reader and author of romantic women's fiction. She enjoys sharing stories and music about finding love, having love, and losing love. You can learn more about Jamie and her books on her website, www.jamiebeck.com.

ABOUT KATHERINE

0
Katherine hails from the "Great State of Texas." She's a true southern girl who waves at neighbors, says hi to strangers, and greets everyone with a smile. Like any genuine Texan belle, she loves good food, college football, and all things pretty.

Sign up for Jamie's newsletter here!


ABOUT OUR SITE

This site is all about infusing romance into everyday life. We look forward to sharing the things that inspire us to laugh, cry, love and dream, and ask you to share your inspirations, too!

PLEASE NOTE:

You may link to a post or take quotes if credit, including a link back, is given.
You may not take entire posts without asking.
Permission may be obtained by emailing Jamie.

Follow By Email

Archives