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If only life came with instructions.

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There is nothing in the universe the cursed dragon, Falcyn, hates more than humanity . . . except Greek humans.

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No bodices were harmed in this historical romance.

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Together we'll save the world...Unless we kill each other first.

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“The Wrath Is Coming.” But They Don’T Know Where—Or When.

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PREORDER this sexy & emotional story about a single dad wild with grief and the strong survivor he hires as his nanny!

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The time has finally come...

The middle of October found me traveling to Indianapolis with Fresh Fiction reviewer Suan Wilson to attend the 40th Annual Bouchercon World Mystery Convention. This yearly event is for authors, publishers, readers, booksellers, librarians and anyone interested in all the different types of mysteries. From sweet, cozy, funny tales to dark, dangerous, psychological thrillers Read More...

Cozy Up to Some Great Autumn Books...

Fall is here; the colors are changing on the trees outside my office window, the daylight hours are shorter, the nights and days are cooler and reading choices abound this month. October 5, 2009: Patricia Gussin gives readers another riveting, suspenseful novel with THE TEST (Oceanview hardcover). Renowned philanthropist and billionaire Paul Read More...

Let's Celebrate! Five Years and Growing!

Fresh Fiction is celebrating a big milestone this month! Five years ago (September 2004) was the launch date of this entertaining, enlightening and totally fun web site. It is unbelievable how much Fresh Fiction has grown and evolved in five years. And it certainly lives up to its “Fresh” title as it continues to be highly creative and up-to-date in all aspects of the publishing industry. Here’s to another fabulous five years Read More...

It's a bumper crop of books in August!

The scorching hot days of June gave way to very mild and pleasant days in July (what a switch!). Add to that regular rainfalls and my veggie garden is growing by leaps and bounds. Instead of doing a lot of reading in July, I was busy picking produce and then canning tomatoes, green beans and pickle relish, as well as freezing a lot of sweet corn. Yes, I’m a country girl married to a Read More...

Keep cool in July with these new books...

With temperatures so blazing hot in June, I kept my cool by staying inside with good books (of course!). Some of my preferred reading included the third amazing Dragonfire novel by Read More...

Many great books to look for in June...

Since spring has finally settled down and the rains have let up, I’ve had less time to read as I spend more time outdoors. However, I do have a few personal reading suggestions to make this month. Two of them are by James Patterson in collaboration with other authors. RUN FOR YOUR LIFE (Little Read More...

Gearing up for Summer Reads...Don't miss the May offerings...

The "Merry Month of May" offers up many new releases in a wide range of genres, so get ready for some reading enjoyment. Here is just a small sampling of books that might be of interest to you: May 5, 2009: Elaine Viets adds another chapter to her Dead-End Job mystery series with Read More...

April Showers, Some Books to Check out

Just when it seemed like spring had arrived, we got socked with a winter storm blast the last weekend in March. At least I got in some quality reading time. I just finished enjoying FLIPPING OUT (St. Martin’s Minotaur hardcover, 3/31/09), the third installment in Marshall Karp’s police procedural/crime fiction Read More...

Dishing, Reading and Lots More in March...

Please tell me Spring will finally decide to stay (soon!), instead of Mother Nature teasing us with warm days and then snow. How’s a body to adjust to such extremes? It’s no wonder that so many of us are ill. Daylight Savings Time starts at 2 a.m. on March 8, 2009, and I am ready. Now, hurry up Spring! I enjoyed some great personal reading in February; here are my recommendations: Read More...

Sadness on Author Passing and Books to Follow

It is with a sad heart that I tell you of the death December 28, 2008, of author Suzanne Simmons Guntrum, a veteran in the industry whose career started in 1979. Her writing career included writing category romances for Silhouette Desire as Suzanne Simms; for Harlequin Temptation as Read More...

Plethora of Good Reads in 2009

The last month of 2008 was cold, icy, snowy and windy in my part of Kansas. I spent a lot of time indoors reading (of course!) and have several personal recommendations. I picked some great books and will tell you about four of them. BLUE SMOKE AND MURDER (Wm. Morrow hardcover, 5/08) by Elizabeth Lowell Read More...

Traditions, Holidays and Books!

The holiday season is in full-swing and a new year will be here before we know it. This year will be different for our family as we cope with my mom no longer being with us. She was the keeper of past traditions, so now we must find ways to fulfill those and make new ones for ourselves. As I’m writing this column, there are big, fat snowflakes in the air. Of course Read More...

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