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True love is eternal...

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Conflict of interest is an understatement...

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Two men love her. Will her faith show the way to a bright future?

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Enemies...Lovers...An irresistible combination

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A Cherry Tucker Mystery

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Fantasies come true on this sultry Georgia island.

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Fourth in the Inside Out series

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Callie Hutton | AN ANGEL IN THE MAIL Flash Sale!

Callie Hutton's historical romance AN ANGEL IN THE MAIL is available at a discounted price for a limited time! The book is on sale for $.99 through Friday, and it will be raised to $1.99 on Saturday and Sunday. And if you miss the Read More...

Susan Klaus | Romancing Another Genre

I’m just learning the ropes, so bare with me since I’m new to blogging and a debut author. My first thriller, SECRETARIAT REBORN, came out last Oct. My first fantasy, FLIGHT OF THE GOLDEN HARPY, was released in June, and my second thriller, SHARK Read More...

Lisa Renee Jones | The Inspiration Behind INSIDE OUT

The perfect love story in a Barnes and Noble? That’s what happened to me and it’s my love story. It’s also a story heavily on my mind as book 4 NO IN BETWEEN is released today, since the love of my life helped inspire me to write the Inside Out series, which is now in development for cable Read More...

Terri L. Austin | Beauty and the Brit

Hello, Fresh Fiction Readers! It’s a pleasure to be here. I thought I’d tell you a little about my erotic romance, HIS EVERY NEED. It’s the first book in the Beauty and the Brit series. As a girl, I loved fairy tales, especially Beauty and the Beast. There was something so redeeming about that story and the transformative Read More...

Shannon Stacey | Story Idea Fairy

One of the most common questions asked of a writer, and one almost guaranteed to trigger that deer in the headlights look, is where she gets her ideas from. Some authors can give specific answers to that question. “I was watching a disaster movie and thought, what if those two were trapped, thinking they’d die and had sex without ever knowing each other’s names and she got pregnant.” Others use humor to deflect Read More...

Adi Alsaid | Seize the Tuesday

Adi Alsaid, author of the new contemporary YA novel LET'S GET LOST is touring the web with "Seize the Tuesday" posts to celebrate the publication of his novel. Each piece will focus on a different, fun example of how Adi was able to "Seize the Tuesday" in his own life and how that can Read More...

Elizabeth Craig | Lists for Life and Writing— Five Lessons Learned

As a mom, my life is ruled by lists. For me, there’s no other way. I’m trying to remember when my little list habit had its genesis. I believe it was back when I forgot a minor deadline, a doctor appointment, and a present for a birthday party…all in the same week. I’ve learned a lot about lists along the way. Here are five things I’ve learned about lists for Read More...

Robin Bielman | Getting Your Feet Wet

I don’t remember my first time in the ocean, but I do remember the last time. It was just over a week ago during a weekend getaway with my hubby. You know how when you’re young, you’re gung-ho to race into the water? Who cares how cold it is? Yeah, that wasn’t me this time. I had to get acclimated to the chilly temperature before I moved anywhere. After my Read More...

Elizabeth Lynn Casey | Characters Are Friends, Too

From the moment I began writing the Southern Sewing Circle Mysteries for Berkley Prime Crime in 2009, Tori Sinclair, Rose Winters, Margaret Louise Davis, Leona Elkin, and the rest of the gang became my friends. They made me laugh, they made me cry, and they made me feel like I was one of them. When I was between books, they still popped in for a visit once in a while, whispering story ideas Read More...

Dee Tenorio | Suspense for the Not-So-Pure Of Heart

I have a standing ban on my books with my Mom. Why? My mom is a devout Christian and while I still consider myself a person of faith, I know that the things I write about and that she’s not cool with. Also, dude… She’s my mom. She’d wash my mouth out with soap at most of my books and well, lets face it, she’d seriously consider scrubbing my brain as Read More...


I was about 10 years old when I first plotted my sister's death. She had eaten the tips of my chocolate bunny ears following the Easter Bunny's visit and I was enraged. I was beyond consolation. I needed was revenge. And so, I lay in my bed and plotted out how I would destroy her. If memory serves, it was brilliant. So brilliant, in fact, I told my sister all about it the Read More...

Ashley Hodges Bazer | The Story Behind POISON

Many years ago, I lived alone, a great distance from any family. I had a few friends, but no one I could really count on. Being lonely, I sought comfort and solace on the Internet. There, I discovered the world of online role playing. I created a variety of characters that frolicked through AOL chat rooms. Two of those characters quickly became my favorites. The first transformed into Selah Clairet, whose story has yet to Read More...

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