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The Fiction Fact on Writing About Love: a guest post by author Khaled Talib

The Fiction Fact on Writing About Love by Khaled Talib   I queried a UK book blogger a while back about the possibility of reviewing my newly released thriller, Gun Kiss. She agreed to read it, but it didn’t turn out well for me. The blogger was abusive in her review of my book, highlighting… Continue reading The Fiction Fact on Writing About Love: a guest post by author Khaled Talib

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Radio Interview!

For our lovers of paranormal romance, you've gotta check this out... Later today, I'll be chatting with awesome author team and radio hosts of the Haunted Nights Live! show, Tamara Thorne and Alistair Cross. This radio show is quite popular, and the Thorne & Cross team has seen some very famous authors on there. Check… Continue reading Radio Interview!

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Pre-order Release Feature: A Pawn for Malice by author Cynthia Roberts

I am pleased to announce a great new release by Cynthia Roberts, an author I met during my journey! Her thrilling romantic suspense, A Pawn for Malice, officially went up for pre-order and will be released on November 7th! Yay! That’s awesome, Cynthia! Congrats on your new release! When a new book comes out, it… Continue reading Pre-order Release Feature: A Pawn for Malice by author Cynthia Roberts

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Haunted by Erica Sutherhome

Kelli Landon reviews one of my lesser known works published under Erica Sutherhome...and via video! How exciting!

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Divine Evil

I am currently reading Divine Evil by Nora Roberts.  One thing I love about Nora (and yes, it can be uncomfortable sometimes) is the fact that she doesn't tiptoe around anything.  She tells it like it is, a fact I really have to admire as both a writer and a reader.  🙂