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Joan Reeves writes romantic comedy because she thinks the world needs more love and laughter--as well as passion and committed relationships!
Joan is a best-selling ebook romance author whose ebook romances are available at all major ebook sellers. In her first year as an ebook author, she sold more than 175,000 copies of her books. She says, "I owe it all to the wonderful readers who have embraced my books!"
Before she began publishing ebooks, she was a multi-published print novelist and was published all over the Internet under her own name, various pseudonyms, and as a ghost. Some of you may have read her long-running blog Sling Words, for readers and writers.
Joan is known for her funny, sexy romance novels that make you feel good and leave you with a smile. She describes her stories as a "little vacation between the covers of a book."
When asked what makes her different as a writer, she replied, "Though we are all different on the outside, on the inside, we all share the same human desires and emotions. My job as a writer is to appeal to those human emotions. I sometimes think professional writers do this well because, as F. Scott Fitzgerald pointed out, 'A writer isn't just one person. He (she) is a whole lot of people trying to be one person.' "
For more information about Joan and her books, please visit her website http://www.JoanReeves.com or her blog http://SlingWords.blogspot.com.
In closing, Joan leaves you with her Vision Statement: "It's never too late to live happily ever after."