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CHILDREN OF AMARID
by David B. Coe
For a millenium, the Children of Amarid have served the people of Tobyn-Ser.
Drawing upon the Read More...
Writing romantic suspense is my passion. I stay awake at night planning a story
in which a strong and vibrant heroine attempts the impossible, the forbidden, or
the dangerous for the good of others. She meets a hero who compliments her
strengths and challenges her weaknesses. Together they take the writer and the
reader on an adventure.
However, research can be difficult, especially if Iím not familiar with the
characterís profession and its Read More...
Looking for the perfect author reader match? Fresh Fiction is here to help.
Today we're presenting ANNA BRADLEY. She's got lots to offer a reader so
check her out!
What I Write
Sexy, steamy Regency historical romanceóif youíre into wild, wicked alpha heroes
and sassy heroines who bring the naughtiest, haughtiest rogue to his knees, then
youíve Read More...
The best writing advice Iíve ever gotten was from the incomparable Jennifer Crusieís blog,
Argh Ink. She said, paraphrasing, give the hero and heroine a dream, and then
create a situation in which they can have their dreams or they can have each
other, but not both. To find their happily-ever-after, one of them will have to
be defeatedóaka, give Read More...
Thank you for stopping by Fresh Fiction for all your reading needs and
recommendations. Iím bestselling historical romance author, Christina McKnight.
My writing style focuses on strong heroines who are out to right a wrong done to
themÖand men who donít always fit the classic Ďhero moldí. I also enjoy throwing
together unlikely couples and letting their story take over. My earliest Regency
Romance inspiration was Read More...
Itís been a well over six years since my ten-year marriage ended and I started
over as a single mom. When I first started dating my ex, having dial-up internet
was the big tech craze. Facebook didnít exist. Beepers were the way of texting
and online dating was unheard of. The way you met people was through work,
friends and going out.
Now fast forward a decade. I have two kids Read More...
Last spring I was on a panel at Malice Domestic, and Margaret Maron was
moderating. She was asking questions about JUST KILLING TIME, the
first book in this series. She wondered if anyone in my family was a clock
maker, since my protagonist Ruth Clagan had such a palatable love for clocks.
No one in my family is a clock maker. But research for this Read More...
Iím always fascinated by the American fascination with royalty. Why did the
colonies fight so hard to get rid of a king, only to spend the next two hundred
years wishing they had one? Well, maybe the fantasy aura of royalty is better
than the reality.
This series came into being because my editor had been urging me to write a big,
dark standalone. I kept toying with serial killers, child molesters and
terrorists Read More...
When I was a teenager, back in the Jurassic period (okay, the late 1970s),
Gothic novels were hugely popular. I read them voraciously, entranced by
atmospheric castles on the moors (or someplace equally remote), sinister
servants, and heroines standing up to brooding heroes (or were they really the
villains?). I read Phyllis Whitney, Victoria Holt, Joan Aiken and her sister
Jane Aiken Hodge, Daphne duMaurier, Susan Howatch, Dorothy Eden, Philippa
Mary Stewart, and many Read More...
Did any scene have you laughing or crying while you wrote it? Please
share a snippet.
The moment I saw this question, I knew exactly which scene I wanted to share.
There are (I hope!) some chuckle-worthy moments in A PROMISE OF FIRE,
especially when the hero and heroine canít decide if they need to kiss or fight.
I definitely prefer Read More...
If youíve checked the news recently Ö maybe you wish you hadnít. These are
anxiety-provoking times, overwhelming and draining times; times that make it
seem four horsemen may just be galloping ever closer on the not-so-distant horizon.
Since I learned how to read, books have been where Iíve turned for consolation,
hope, and a clarifying dose of perspective. Lately, my solace seems to come from
classic literature. Classics remind me Read More...
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