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Discovering Queensbay - Try It

Welcome Dear Reader! I suspect you lander here because you're a fan of small town contemporary romance, along the lines of Robyn Carr, Susan Wiggs, Jill Shalvis and Susan Mallery. Guess what - so am I! Which is why I wrote the Queensbay series, a 6 Part (and growing) series of books set in a quaint New England town where love is in the air. Each book focuses on a different couples story, with the recurring themes of love, family, friendship, fun and food... I'd love for you to try the series risk-free, with no commitment...so go ahead, please start...

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Kindle Giveaway

Kindle Giveaway

Calling All Book Lovers! Drea Stein's La Belle Vie is hosting a giveaway! Win a Kindle paperwhite! No entry necessary - just click on the link below to enter!     a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Discover Drea Stein's Queensbay Series

Welcome to Queensbay. I'm Drea Stein, the author of the Queensbay small town novels, where you'll be whisked away to the charming New England town of Queensbay to meet the people who live, love and learn the power of home, family and friendship.  Get swept away... If you love the novels of Jill Shalvis, Nora Roberts, Robyn Carr or Susan Mallery, you'll love the Queensbay series. Each book is a standalone story featuring one couple's search for the love, friendship and family. Of course, I think the best way to enjoy a series is to binge read, which is why...

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The Incrediable Power of Micro Goals

Getting What You Want Doesn't Have to be Hard Thanks for taking the first step in taking care of you - discovering the power of micro goals to help you get what you want.    YYou can download the report here Free Guide - The Power of Micro Goals Or watch the video Or Read more here: Got Purpose? Drea Stein La Belle Vie Journal

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Self-Care Isn't Selfish - Why taking care of yourself is good for everyone else

Self-Care Isn't Selfish - Why taking care of yourself is good for everyone else

From this: To This The Parable of Mama Bear One day, Mama Bear woke up and had a realization when she hit 40 - she needed to make a change. As a young mama bear, she'd put ever thing on hold, being hyper-focused on her child’s care. She put her own life on hold. She neglected friendships and bored anyone who’d listen with baby stories and pictures.  When she got into real social situations, she found she could not add anything to the conversation because all her current experiences were about her parenting experiences. She had no life or interests outside of...

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