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Jennifer Probst | Exclusive Interview with the Hero of A Brand New Ending

Meet Kyle Kimpton, the Hero from Jennifer Probst's A Brand New Ending   1) Greetings Kyle! Thanks for being with us at Fresh Fiction today. I know that a lot of readers are interested in your story. Can you tell us a bit about yourself? Absolutely. Ifm a successful Hollywood screenwriter with some big movies to my Read More...



Kat Martin | Wait Until Dark

WAIT UNTIL DARK is a digital novella that introduces my new Maximum Security series, set around a private security company in Dallas, Texas. The story gives you a sneak peek at the private detectives, bail enforcement agents, and bodyguards who work at The Max. If you read BEYOND DANGER, Beau Reeses story Read More...



Michelle Dayton | Top 5 Reasons Why Fall Is the Perfect Season to Read a Romance

My new book, Quick Fall, is set solely in the timeframe between Labor Day weekend and mid-November. I was settling in with some recently downloaded books on my Kindle last week and I kept scrolling past thrillers and deep dramas looking for something a bit lighter, something with a guaranteed happily-ever-after. It made me realize just how much I love Read More...



Gena Showalter | Exclusive Excerpt: Shadow and Ice

As Knox sprinted across the frozen tundra, he summoned a thick cover of shadows. In seconds, total blackness shrouded him, hiding himand Valefrom the view of others. Cant see, she said, her teeth chattering. So dark. You dont need to see. The urge to return to the prison and pick off survivors bombarded him, but his desire to save the little Terran proved stronger. One minute had ticked into another, more Read More...



Hester Fox | Exclusive Excerpt: The Witch of Willow Hall

The town center proves to be that in name only. A run-down dry goods store with peeling letters advertises coffee, and a little white church sits at one end of the town green. That's it. No theaters, no gardens and, worse yet, no bookshops. Yet there's something charming about the simplicity of the square and the dirt roads that wind up and around it; there's no stink of fish wafting off Read More...



Naima Simone | How a Pastors Daughter Writes Romance

Confession. Im a PK. For those of you unfamiliar with the acronym, Im a Pastors Kid. A pastors granddaughter, too. So, in the church world, thats like a double-dog whammy of either hell raiser or goody-two-shoes. Because in the eyes of most people, PKs fall into two groups: sinner or saint. Theres no in-between. And by in-between I mean, normal. Growing up as the Read More...



J.S. Scott | Exclusive Excerpt: Ensnared

A few hours later, I began to realize that Eli had some standard skills. Hed surveyed the landscape, using the basic signs to find a small stream where wed filled up water bottles. We still had to boil the water, but Eli had managed to use his knowledge to find it. Grudgingly, I had to admit that he really was interested in primitive survival. Id taught him some advanced skills, like how Read More...



Mira Lynn Kelly | Just This Once

Dear Reader, As an author with more than twenty titles under my belt, I know Ifm kind of supposed to have the whole gwordsh thing down by nowc but there ARE NO WORDS to convey just how stoked I am to finally have Sean & Mollyfs story out in the world!! YAY!!! JUST THIS ONCE hit the shelves on Read More...



Elizabeth Heiter | When Life Imitates Art: Romantic Suspense in My Life

Youve probably encountered a character in a book whos one hundred percent convinced she wont end up with a particular person (or type of person). And as soon as she said it (especially if the book was shelved in the romance section), you probably thought to yourself, I know who youll end up with by the end of the book! In my Read More...



Author Reader Match | Mary Ellen Taylor

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the "Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may fall in love with. It's our great pleasure to present Mary Ellen Taylor. Writes: Mary Ellen Taylor novels, including my latest, WINTER COTTAGE, are contemporary womens fiction stories entwined with Read More...



Jeffe Kennedy | A Square Peg in a Round Hole

One of the early reviews of THE ARROWS OF THE HEART notes that the heroine, Karynwhile appearing to have been the meek and obedient daughterhas actually always been a square peg in a round hole. When I asked my fan group on Facebook (Jeffes Closet) what theyd like me to talk about, one reader suggested Karyns unconventional upbringing. Its Read More...



Christopher Krovatin | Five Questions to Ask Yourself While Writing Paranormal Fiction

Writing my latest novel, FREQUENCY, was a blast. The book is a YA retelling of the Pied Piper fairy tale thats steeped in musichard rock and EDM, primarilyso it gave me a chance to get weird and imaginative with how different forms of music affect different people in a supernatural way (plus, any chance to reference Motrhead in a novel is Read More...



Linnea Hartsuyker | Top 5 Arranged Marriages

Right after we got engaged, my now-husband and I traveled to India with my mother. We met some of her Indian coworkers, and their eighteen-year-old daughters, who were planning careers in science and engineering. Still, these young women expected to choose husbands from among men vetted for them by parents and match- makers, and then have happy marriages. They told me that their parents had done well for them so far, and Read More...



Kianna Alexander | Couldn't Ask for More

Hi there! Thanks for having me. There are so many beloved tropes in romance, sometimes itfs hard to choose which ones will fit a particular story. When Ifm starting a new book, I always begin with my characters: who they are, what they want most, and how they plan to get it. With COULDN'T ASK Read More...



Mary Burton | Scene Stealers

In my latest release, CUT AND RUN, medical examiner Dr. Faith McIntyre is called to the hospital whenunconscious and critically injured FBI Agent Macy Crow is brought to the emergency room after a vicious hit and run. The Quantico-based agent is Faiths mirror image and her existence brings into question Faiths adoption, which was always shrouded Read More...



Kathy Lyons | GUESS WHERE I AM!

HOTEL CALIFORNIA (aka Mission Inn) in Riverside, CA How many of you know the cover of the Eagle's album Hotel California? That's actually a picture of the Mission Inn located in Riverside, California. It's a fabulous hotel with lots of interesting nooks and crannies. I went there for the Historical Romance Retreat and joined in the scavenger hunt. The organizer (Renee Bernard) did a great job, and the Read More...



Pintip Dunn | The Top 10 reasons Why Youll Love Star-Crossed

10. The world. The planet Dion is absolutely breathtaking! Although my characters are confined to a small piece of land protected by energy shields (the result of a terraforming experiment gone wrong), the outside planet is characterized by brilliantly colored streams of water. As Vela says, If a nebula broke off and fell into the water, this is what it would look like. In addition, when Read More...



Amber Mitchell | The Name Game

When I was about 15, I remember sneaking into a bookstore with my best friend and peeking around aisles to make sure no one was watching us. We would wind up in the baby book section to take a peek at naming books. We knew that we were only there for research, after all, both of us loved to write, but we worried what others would think. Finally, she got up the courage and the Read More...



KC Enders Exclusive Excerpt | Tunes

TUNES Excerpt Copyright 2018 KC Enders Gavin Gracyns gone. She fucking left me in the middle of the night, buck-ass naked and in her bed. I waited more than an hour for her to come back from wherever shed scampered off to, almost certain that shed just gone out to grab Read More...



Laurel Kerr | Wild on My Mind

My debut contemporary romance, WILD ON MY MIND, combines three gifts that my grandparents gave me growing up: their love and support, long family road trips, and an annual pass to Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium. Before their deaths this past year, my maternal grandparents were two of my biggest supporters. My grandfather and I even worked at the same company where he could be Read More...



Lena Gregory | Where to Live?

Ifve lived most of my life in a small town on the south shore of Eastern Long Island, along with four generations of my family. My grandfather owned a deli in town, where I started working stocking shelves and sweeping floors when I was twelve years old. When I was a little older, I started working the breakfast shift, the inspiration for the All-Day Breakfast Café Mystery series. Ifve always loved Read More...



Shana Gray | Meet Me in San Francisco

Have you been to San Francisco? What about Napa Valley, or Muir Woods? If you havent, then I encourage you to pick up a copy ofMEET ME IN SAN FRANCISCO. Its the second book in my Girls Weekend Away. The first book came out in July Read More...



Sara Rider | Top 5 Swoon-Worthy & Sexy Neighbors-to-Lovers Romances

If youve ever lived in an urban or suburban area, youve probably experienced a neighbor from hell. For me, living next to a man who likes to play Shaggys greatest hits at 3 am wasnt exactly fun, but it did give me the inspiration to write a neighbors-to-lovers romance. In Make Me Fall, Nora and Eli are next-door neighbors who dont exactly get along. His late nights Read More...



Ashlyn Chase | Do Romance Novels Have Value?

Because Im a romance writer, you can probably guess my answer to the question, Do romance novels have value? Of course I believe they do! I suppose if I were strictly mercenary Id still say something to the effect of, Well, duh. Its a multibillion dollar business that outsells all other genres. But my feelings go much deeper than that. You see, I get fan emails saying things like, Your sense of Read More...



Terry Spear | One of My Favorite Scenes from A Billionaire Wolf Christmas

Aidans breath came out in a frosty mist as he continued making his way down. Seeing the deep never-ending chasm on either side of their ledge, he felt his blood turn to ice. He was afraid one misstep by either of them while they attempted to shift and dress could mean their demise. If we have to, we can call for a helicopter rescue, Ted said. Not when any of us are wolves Read More...



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