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THE DELANEYS OF SANDPIPER BEACH: A family business with room to grow.

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So many frogs. So few princes.

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Eloisa loves a Cinderella twist in her stories, and three short stories with this theme are digitally publishing in one volume!

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Marie Bostwick weaves together the unforgettable story of four very different women whose paths cross, changing their lives forever…

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When someone attempts to assassinate a Saudi Prince on U.S. soil, FBI Agent Kord Davidson and CIA Operative Monica Alden head up a task force to keep the Prince safe and find those responsible to avoid an international incident that could have devastating consequences.

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Margarita Montimore | My Top 5 Books with Unreliable Narrators

There's something I find fascinating about main characters you can't trust. Whether they're amnesiacs, liars, or some degree of delusional/mentally off-kilter, an unreliable narrator will keep you guessing up until the end. And they'll make you question their version of reality. Such is the case with Astrid O'Malley, the protagonist of my debut novel, ASLEEP FROM DAY, who Read More...

Jaime Questell | Five Things You Need to Know about LeGrand's Carnival

I am so excited to be on Fresh Fiction today to talk about BY A CHARM AND A CURSE! Charm is my first novel, and I had so much fun writing it. (It's really easy to say that now that it's done!) Writing about a carnival let me cram in so many of the things I like: sparkling lights, intricate costumes Read More...

Meet the Author: Maggie Adams

Hi! I'm Maggie Adams, contemporary romance author. I write stories of small-town heroes and heroines, folks just like you and me that overcome hardships, and always have hope. That's what I love about the romance genre – whether it's a paranormal, fantasy, historical or contemporary romance, young or old, the characters all have one thing in common. They HOPE for love, for a solution to the crisis, for their Happy Ever After Read More...

Alyson McLayne | HIGHLAND CONQUEST Excerpt

EXCERPT MacPherson Castle—Loch Eireachd, Scotland, 1452 Fistfuls of hair fell to the bed like streams of molten iron. The growing pile, more orange than gold, resembled a dragon's nest, and gleamed seductively in the firelight. Amber sighed at the sight. If only it were a real dragon's nest and a beast could rise and smite all her enemies. One very much in particular. Read More...

Maria Vale | 5 Favorite Wolf Facts I Discovered While Writing

My interest in wolves was not so much in their physical details, though those are amazing (did you know wolves can smell something a mile away and hear something 6 miles away in the forest or 10 miles away in the open?) I have always been more interested in details about social structure. For example, subordinate wolves often try to bring peace to the pack after a fight between dominants. The more violent the fight Read More...

Elizabeth Reid Boyd | Mindful Reading

Thank you for inviting me to speak to your readers about THE SECRETS OF MINDFUL BEAUTY published by Skyhorse Publishing. I'm Dr Elizabeth Reid Boyd. I'm an author and academic in the field of gender studies. My natural pen name Eliza Redgold is based upon the Gaelic meaning of my full name, Elizabeth Reid Boyd. I write contemporary and historical fiction Read More...

Maggie Wells | Pop Culture Obsession

I admit it, I am a pop culture binger. As an author, I'm pretty focused, so I don't allow myself many distractions when I'm in work mode, but in between projects…watch out, I'm watching! There are a couple shows I do make time for during the week because I have to watch in real time. I can't stand to be left out. Read More...

Kat Martin | Building a Plot

I've always been a plot-oriented writer--which can be good news or bad. Fortunately, the idea for BEYOND DANGER, book #2 of my Texas Trilogy, came to me while I was working on book #1. Beau Reese, co-owner of Texas American Enterprises, is black-haired, blue-eyed, and sexy as hell. He was once a highly successful race car driver, sort of Read More...

Elizabeth Heiter | The five suspense novels I'm loving right now

Writers all get their start as avid readers, and most of us never stop devouring books. One of the coolest benefits of being an author is getting the inside scoop about upcoming books. So, I want to share with you some of the books that have just released within the past month – or are coming soon – that I’ve already read and loved, or can’t wait to get my hands on! Here are those Read More...

Samantha Chase | Songlist for Band on the Run!

Dylan Anders is making amends ...to his family ...to the public ...to the woman who just walked into his life Paige Walters must learn to forgive ...her busy father ...her bossy sister ...and the wonderful man she horribly misjudged Ambitious Paige Walters is ecstatic when she's hired to recruit musicians for a literacy campaign—it's her chance to prove Read More...

Chris Cannon | Words of Wisdom from Fictional Characters

If you have people in your life who aren't huge fiction readers (why are you doing this to yourself), then you may find them rolling their eyes when you share some insight into life that you gleaned from a book. However, throughout my reading life, I've found myself taking away profound words of wisdom from some of my favorite characters. Today I wanted to share some words of wisdom from Read More...

Katie Ruggle | Five of My Favorite (Not So Typical) Heroic Traits

He doesn't always have to be the hero. I love when the hero's there to help when he's needed, but he also knows when to step back and trust that his love can handle the situation. It's great getting rescued and all, but sometimes it's more fun to be the one to rescue him. He's Read More...

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