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Mystery lovers can now cook up trouble with the dangerously delicious recipes in
WRITERS OF AMERICA COOKBOOK: Wickedly Good Meals and Desserts to Die For.
Get caught red-handed in the kitchen baking this recipe from #1 New York Times
bestselling author James Patterson.
Grandma's Killer Cake Read More...
Why is murder so intriguing? Mystery fans are rarely murderers, and mystery
writers are some of the gentlest people I know. Unlike cooks who collect
cookbooks and readers of romance fiction who often fantasize themselves into
each story, very few readers of murder mysteries want to be in such a
dangerous situation. They're quite happy to experience danger vicariously while
virtually walking in the shoes of their favorite detectives.
The heroine of my latest romantic suspense, SWAT SECRET
ADMIRER (Book 3 in The Lawmen series), is a fighter. When Maggie Delacorte
was just a young college student, she was the first victim of the Fishhook
Rapist. She could have let that event destroy her, but she didn’t. Instead,
she made it her mission to stop things like that from happening to Read More...
#1 New York Times bestselling author Sandra Brown delivers a smoldering tale of love, betrayal,
and one woman's quest for revenge for an unspeakable sin in BREATH OF
SCANDAL, available on March 31st.
Excerpt from BREATH OF SCANDAL
New York City, 1990
She was going back to Read More...
Out of all the Greek Gods, why did I pick Ares as the center of my paranormal
romance? He’s a God of War for one thing, and that sounds like no fun, never
mind the fact that Wikipedia describes him as destructive and man-slaughtering.
Well, I can explain in one word: Thor. I love, love, love the movie
Thor. I’ve always been a fan of Natalie Portman, and I love Read More...
I had a friend ask me the other day if I thought my main character in THE ADVENTURES
OF REZTAP, Tar Reztap, was a scoundrel. I told him I supposed he was, but
the more I thought about it and looked up the definition of scoundrel, I
realized he was definitely not a scoundrel. You may recall the movie Dirty
Rotten Scoundrels Read More...
One of my favorite parts of marketing is working with my street team, Callie’s
Cohorts. It’s a friendly group that is supportive not only of me and my books,
but the other members. I wondered if it would help me better relate to my street
team if I had some kind of “Callie’s Cohort profile” so I recently invited all
164 members to participate in an informal, anonymous survey. Although the survey Read More...
Imagine an autumn night lit by the twinkling white lights of a rooftop bar, a
bucket of ice-cold Rolling Rock beer, and little ole me, walking through a crowd
of unfamiliar twenty-somethings toward “The One”. Granted, I didn’t know yet
that he was the one I was going to fall for. In fact, as I strolled toward the
spot where he was debating the merits of dating with my BFF, the Read More...
“If you knew you weren’t good for someone, someone you cared about, would
you walk away from that person?” I ask, not expecting a reply.
This is the question Bee, the heroine of Sinful
Rewards, deliberates in SINFUL REWARDS 9.
In the first eight installments of Read More...
I’ve been writing for a very long time. Thirty years, in fact. My first book was
a little story called TAMING MAGGIE that landed on me on the number one spot of
romance bestsellers. Heady stuff!
I love the name Maggie, and if you’ve followed my career, you know that I’ve
used it more than once. In its current incarnation Read More...
New this month from the national bestselling author of MISTRESS OF
ROME comes the latest Empress of Rome novel: LADY OF THE
ETERNAL CITY. Immerse yourself again in the intrigue of Kate Quinn's ancient
Rome, and leave a comment Read More...
Fresh Fiction is thrilled to present the cover for MY HIGHLAND BRIDE, a Maeve Greyson Highland Hearts
romance. MY HIGHLAND BRIDE is Southern sass meets Highland heat with
an exciting Read More...
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