Tracy Garrett | Happy “All Hallows Eve”

Most everyone knows that Halloween, October 31, is the day before All Saints or All Hallows Day. But did you know that some of our modern ...

Eva Gordon | Wolves as Archetypes in my Novels

My blog is about why my fantasy and paranormal novels center on wolves as main characters, or spirit guides. In my debut fantasy novel, The ...

Sandra Ruttan | Imaginary Friends

I was staring at the wall, my hands still. My partner assumed I was taking a break and started talking to me."Be quiet! There are voices talking ...

Kim Lenox | Romance Heroes — and Real Heroes

I’ve heard the allegations before, and I’m sure you have too. They ("They") say that romance heroes (and heroines, for that matter) aren’t ...

Carole Nelson Douglas | Midnight Louie

Some folks find black cats and October 31 unlucky, but not me. Halloween was always the most significant holiday on my personal and ...

Sandi Shilhanek | Robyn Carr & Breaking Rules

This week I broke one of my cardinal book rules. I bought a book that I’ve already read, and I plan on keeping it. In case you don’t know I ...

Sara Reyes | Do You GLOM?

The decorations at our back!Originally uploaded by freshfictionYikes, it's Saturday and I'm supposed to blog if I can't find a fill-in. So, ...

Bonnie Vanak | A Werewolf Tale

Alpha werewolf leader Damian Marcel has a small problem. Her name is Jamie. She’s a computer geek who is into World of Warcraft and is dying ...

Michelle Monkou | Inviting Classic Romance Characters To A Reunion

My 25th high school reunion came and went. Out of all the reunions, I’ve only attended one. It was great to see people who had been a major ...

Angie Fox |Real bikers don’t wear pink – And other lessons I learned on the road

It’s no secret I’m a bit of a girly girl. I like my silver jewelry, I own way too many purses and I can spot a nail salon from 100 yards. So ...

Susanna Carr | My Starbuck’s order

It started innocently.I am not a coffee drinker, but when I moved to the Seattle area a decade ago, I discovered that pretty much everyone else ...

Suzanne Forster | The Private Concierge

Hello to all the Fresh Fiction readers! I’m also an FF fan and have visited many times, commenting on blogs by readers and authors. But this ...

Sandi Shilhanek | Readers’n’Ritas

Have you ever attended an event that while you were looking forward to the event you were a bit nervous about what would happen while you were ...

Sara Reyes | Readers ‘n ‘ritas…WHAT Did YOU Miss?

The inaugural Readers 'n ' ritas was a blast. Readers came from all over Texas and Oklahoma and it wasn't just for the Texas / OU game although ...

Georgia Romance Writers – Moonlight and Magnolia

Faye McMichael& Teresa MedeirosOriginally uploaded by freshfictionMoonlight and Magnolias is close to my heart since I am a Georgia girl ...

Pamela Ford | How would you change your wedding?

I went to a wedding last weekend. The ceremony was lovely, the bride and groom, Dan and Lindsay, a striking couple very much in love, the ...

Linda Wisdom | Jazz Is Back and In Need of a Good Night’s Sleep

I was barely halfway through writing 50 Ways to Hex Your Lover when I knew a second book had to follow and I could see her haunted by horrific ...

Amanda McIntyre | Time Keeps on Tickin

Is there ever enough of it? It seems our lives fairly leap from one moment to the next, barely allowing the time to savor the moment, sometimes ...

Tessa Radley | O for a beaker full of the warm South…

I wasn't thinking about Keats' Ode to a Nightingale when I first started to write MISTAKEN MISTRESS. But when I conceive of a story one of the ...

Carly Phillips | Luck

I don’t have my own good luck charm, per se, but I do operate on the presumption of superstition in some ways. And sometimes, thankfully, luck ...

Sandi Shilhanek | Reviewing

This past weekend I did something I can only remember doing one other time. I started a book and did not finish it. Worse yet, was the fact it ...

Sharon Ashwood | Making Paranormal Sandwiches

There’s a lot to be said for the submarine sandwich. There can be as much bread, cheese, veggies and cold cuts as the maker desires. If you ...

Stephanie Bond | Writing a Letter to Yourself

In this day of faxes, e-mails, instant messages, and texting, what a treat it is to receive an old-fashioned hand-written letter! The pleasure ...

Laura Griffin | A Romantic Thriller and a Chance to Win

People often ask me where I get story ideas. With my latest romantic suspense novel, THREAD OF FEAR, the idea took shape as I watched a news ...

Jessica Inclan | Changes

Hello! I’m so glad to be blogging here, and as I was thinking about what to write about today, I thought about change. Writers need to change, ...

Cindy Gerard | Writing as a Living

It is GREAT to be here at Fresh Fiction. Frankly it’s just great being! I’m riding a major high because why, you might ask? Well, because I ...

Sandi Shilhanek | Yahoo Groups

In the last few weeks some authors are being discussed quite a bit in a few of my yahoo groups. Naturally, I expect to hear about authors and ...

Gwen Chats with George Duran

Le SighOriginally uploaded by freshfictionDuring the 2008 Book Expo America in Los Angeles, I had the chance to not onlymeet, but also assist ...

Beth Fehlbaum | Courage in Patience

Courage in Patience, a story of hope for those who have endured abuse, released from Kunati Books on September 1, 2008. It is the story of ...

Beth Cornelison | Five things I love about October

Can it really be October already? I hope so! I love this month, and here is why...Cooler weather. I admit it. I hate the heat and humidity of ...

Deidre Knight | Red Fire

Hello, gang!I’m so excited that my friends here at Fresh Fiction invited me to stop by and chat about RED FIRE, the first book in my new ...