Tag Archives: women’s fiction

How and why I self-published my new novel: Part One

So it is happening. Tomorrow my sixteenth novel is published – an idea I still cannot quite comprehend. Sixteen? Where did all those words come from? When and how did I pluck such stories from the air and set them … Continue reading

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Smuggler. Smoker. Aviatrix. Thief: The double life of Roxy Loewen. (It’s a publishing thing!)

The Double Life of Roxy Loewen by C C Humphreys       See those Dames above? Except they ain’t… dames. She’s one dame. Cleaned up nice… or taking to the skies. Which one do you prefer? I like ’em … Continue reading

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An Author (Male) speculates on his readership (mostly female)

  Though the initials ‘CC’ could conceal a member of either sex (like JK or, indeed, EL) I am, in fact, a man. Yet judging from my mailbag, most of my readers appear to be women. Despite various publishers trying … Continue reading

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