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Q & A with Jane Kirkpatrick, Author of THE MEMORY WEAVER

How did you decide to write this particular story? The unanswered question always brings me in! Eliza Warren’s memoir noting her mother’s death, a space in Read More...

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Anna Schmidt | The Cowboy Code

Dear Reader, When I was much younger, my father managed a movie theater and for those years I went to the movies—a lot!! My parents also had a love Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Mystic Magic at the Captain Daniel Packer Inne

I love doing my blog. I have invited some of my fellow historic SMP writers for interviews. The response to my invite was encouraging. I also invite my Connecticut Read More...

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Fresh Fiction Review of ON THE HUNT: Four Stories, Four Authors, Four Amazing Reads

~ Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko ON THE HUNT is an anthology comprised of four amazing authors: Alexandra Ivy, Rebecca Read More...

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Vivi Andrews on the Lone Pine Pride Series, Romance, and What's Next

Vivi Andrews joins us to talk about her shifter series Lone Pine Pride, romance, and what Read More...

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Read an Excerpt from Kelly Moran's ALL OF ME

Hello, Everyone! I'm so excited to bring you an exclusive excerpt from my new release, ALL OF ME Read More...

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Rachael Thomas | Searching for the Perfect Hero

One of the best things about my hobby of writing romance becoming the real deal is the licence to while away time searching for the perfect hero inspiration. That can Read More...

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Cheryl Bolen | The Book That Changed My Writing Style

COUNTERFEIT COUNTESS was the seventh of my novels to be published by a New York publisher, but it Read More...

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Amanda Forester | The Arranged Marriage

Thank you for inviting me to Fresh Fiction today! My favorite romance novel theme has to be the arranged marriage – maybe that is why I write historical romance, because arranged Read More...

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Shana Galen | Rules for a (Not So) Proper Lady

In THE ROGUE YOU KNOW, a thief from London’s criminal underworld meets a Society princess on a Read More...

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Liz Crowe | The Genre Bender

Hi, I’m Liz. I have 29 books to my name, all published, some with small houses and some self-pubbed. When I first put virtual pen to paper (or Read More...

Cozy Corner

Margaret Coel's Wind River Mysteries

This month, Margaret Coel has two new releases, her Read More...

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Fresh Fiction TV | Editors' Top Pick for September

Every month, Fresh Fiction's editors pick the movies and TV show they're excited to watch, and then check out Fresh Fiction Read More...

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Fresh Fiction | Editors' Top Pick for September

Every month, Fresh Fiction's editors pick the movies and TV show they're excited to watch, and then check out Fresh Fiction Read More...

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Dani Collins | Interview with Melodie, Heroine of VOWS OF REVENGE

I tried interviewing my hero from VOWS OF REVENGE for a blog post a few weeks ago. It Read More...

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Sara Humphreys | Author Book Signings

While in-store signings don’t sell millions of books, they can be a wonderful way to connect with readers. It’s always a thrill to meet people who’ve Read More...

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Kerrigan Byrne | Dorian Blackwell Dating Profile

Man Seeking Woman. One Woman. There's only ever been her.

Age:
30 – 35

Within 50 miles of:
Ben More Read More...

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Tawna Fenske | How To Turn A Fling Into Something More

When I saw I’d been assigned the topic “how to turn a fling into something more” for this blog post, I snort-laughed wine onto my keyboard. Then I Read More...

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Sydney Presley | Leaving Them Hanging

The doorbell rings, and standing on the step is a visitor, one who wants a cuppa or two and a chat. I can’t tell them to go away because Read More...

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Tara Kelly | Top 5 Mystery Movies

In celebration of releasing my own mystery on September 1st, I thought I’d share my top 5 favorite mystery movies (or movies with a mysterious element)! 5. Se7en Read More...

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Stephen Templin | FROM RUSSIA WITHOUT LOVE: Movie Production

Who could star in and produce FROM RUSSIA WITHOUT LOVE as a film? For fun, here are some Read More...

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Julie Ann Walker | Sexy Secret Agent Men

Secret Agent Man! Secret Agent Man! The odds are, you won't live to see tomorrow... Every time I hear those Johnny Rivers lyrics, I think about my Read More...

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Samantha Grace | Follow Your Heart...or Follow Your Head

Hi, everyone! I’m Samantha Grace, Regency historical romance author, and I’m thrilled to be back at Fresh Fiction talking about my release, Read More...

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Linda Kozar | Eat It and Weep

Those familiar with my fun-and-quirky When The Fat Ladies Sing cozy mystery series, might expect the heroine of my latest novel, Read More...

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Pepper Basham | To Romance or Not to Romance?

In case you haven’t noticed, romance is popular. Some of the best books and movies of all time are either solely based on the art of ‘love-making’ or Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Let's Get Up and Dance

I love doing my blog. I have invited some of my fellow historic SMP writers for interviews. The response to my invite was encouraging. I also invite my Connecticut Read More...

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Mimi Jean Pamfiloff | Top Five Way I Obliterate Writer’s Block…California Style!

1. The Hammock in My Yard
Hey, we don’t have it all that easy in California. There is the cost of living, the drought, earthquakes, and Read More...

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August Kert | Bring Me to Life, On the Big Screen

Thank you very much to Fresh Fiction for hosting me today! I was once told that it helps to envision your characters as people, that it helps to see them Read More...

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Tonya Kappes | Reinvention of Retirement

Have you ever tried to take three gallons of crazy and fit it into a two galloon bucket? That is exactly what I, Zula Fae Raines Payne, have to do Read More...

Into the Night

I Smell Shifters!

This week I’m getting a little shifty. Why you ask? Well, that’s because the month of August is rife with sexy shifter releases! I’ve always been a Read More...

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Heather Long | Pay the Inspiration Forward

Look, we all know I like to write a lot of different genres—from contemporary to military to paranormal romance—but one thing I always swear by is that my Read More...

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Kerry Adrienne | Multi-Genred Writing

Maybe I am a bit scattered, or maybe I just like too many genres. I’ve written (or have book plans to write) in contemporary romance, paranormal romance, historical romance Read More...

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Diana Bletter | On Writing About Mr. Right—And Mr. Wrong

My novel, A REMARKABLE KINDNESS, tells the intertwined love stories of four American women who, for various reasons Read More...

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Alyssa Goodnight | Pop Culture — Love It or Hate It

You’re merrily reading along in a book and reach a mention of a band you’re not familiar with, or a movie, or a restaurant. Does it drive you Read More...

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Sharon Struth | A Wee Bit about Tradition & a Kilt-less Scottish Hero

Hey, I know what you’re thinking but that’s not even close to where I’m headed. Duncan Jamieson, hero in Read More...

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Grace Burrowes | When Our Hero Is Feeling Sheepish

TREMAINE'S TRUE LOVE is the first in my Read More...

Fresh Chat

Nicole Galland on Marriage, Pets, and STEPDOG

Nicole Galland talks modern marriages or convenience, adorable pets, and what we can look forward to from her in the future! Jen: Hi, Nicole. Thank you for joining Read More...

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Jillian Neal | What Makes for a Fantastic Romance - My Goals for Every Novel I Pen

In my very opinionated opinion, there are a few key elements that make up an epic romance story. Here are the 10 things I try to incorporate in every novel Read More...

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Jodi Thomas | A Place Where Love Runs Deep and Forever

More than anything else I’ve always thought the people make the stories in books. I love characters who walk off the page and the reader falls a little bit Read More...

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Kristan Higgins | Where Do You Get Your Ideas?

One of the things I’m asked a lot is “Where do you get your ideas?” I usually say “eavesdropping,” since that is one of my top life skills. But Read More...

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ONE WEEK ONLY! C.M. Doporto's University Park Series for 99 cents!

**Amazon Best Selling Series**
University Park Series, books 1-3

OPPOSING SIDES, book 1:
College senior, Lexi Thompson, finds herself in a Read More...

Fresh Chat

Brian Thiem, author of RED LINE on Matt Sinclair, Crime, and Justice

Brian Thiem, author of RED LINE, talks about his experience as a detective, his character Matt Sinclair, and Read More...

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Patrice Lyle | Top 5 Most Fabulous Chocolate Desserts!

Dr. Piper is a chocoholic naturopathic doctor who solves health problems and murder as she moonlights as a PI in the Health Nut Mystery series. She routinely obsesses about two Read More...

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Lori Rader-Day | Running with Juliet

I’m not a sporty person but I pay attention to the bigger contests—living in Chicago, we mostly pay attention to the Stanley Cup—but only in sports I Read More...

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Sharon Hamilton | Marrying a Special Force Guy

Navy SEALs are highly trained to work in groups with precision, to plan and develop strategies, and to use their environment to adapt to the unexpected. They know that 99 Read More...

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Sandra D. Bricker | What Doesn't Kill You...

I tend to get bogged down in details. I’ve always been that way. I make lists. Lots and lots of lists. What’s more, I actually refer to them Read More...

History ReFreshed

Magnolias And Apples

There’s something about summer that makes me think of sipping mint juleps on the front porch swing under a lazy fan, lush ferns in pots, and the sound of Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Hoot n' Holler

I love doing my blog. I have invited some of my fellow historic SMP writers for interviews. The response to my invite was encouraging. I also invite my Connecticut Read More...

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M.K. Gilroy | I Fell in Love with a Mystery Woman

Our eyes met across a crowded room. Or was she standing on the platform as my train sped away? (Or was I on the platform and her train sped away Read More...

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Jill Morrow | Mystery in the Unknown

NEWPORT is a character- driven story of riddles, relationships, and redemption. Set in 1921 Newport, Rhode Island, it Read More...

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DiAnn Mills | When Does Commitment Turn to Obsession?

A writer who is serious about embarking upon a publishing career under-stands commitment is critical for success. Adhering to a schedule and making provisions to learn the craft and Read More...

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Vivi Andrews | We Join This Series Already in Progress…

Are you a series purist? Do you hate picking up series in the middle and always make sure you’re beginning a series from book one? Or do you just Read More...

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Paige Tyler | What Characters from the SWAT Series Are Most Like You?

If I had to pick characters that have a lot of “me” in them, it would have to be Officer Landry Cooper and his mate Everly Danu from TO Read More...

Breaking News

FreshFiction at the American Ultra premiere in LA!

Although we do film screenings in Dallas each week, the "American Ultra" was our first outing to Los Angeles for a premiere. Check out what Read More...

Fresh Chat

HOT Romance, Political Tension, and Capital Confessions with Chanel Cleeton

Chanel Cleeton, author of the Capital Confessions series, joins Fresh Fiction to talk about her sexy Read More...

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Olivia Brynn | Strong, Fun, Favorite...Words

Hello everyone! My name is Olivia Brynn. I write contemporary erotic romance. Today I'd like to share a little bit about my latest release Read More...

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Cathleen Armstrong | Getting Kicks on Route 66

There was a time in the not-too-distant past, before an impersonal net of interstate highways connected city to city and state to state with efficiency and speed, that Read More...

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Lillian Marek | The Inspiration for the Victorian Adventures

What was the inspiration for my Victorian Adventures series? Well, it all started years ago. The Read More...

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Mel Bossa | Energy Must Converge

"People are strange, when you're a stranger..." I love the world, all of its people, but feel much better observing it from the safety of my thoughts Read More...

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Catherine Bybee | From the Desk of Hunter Blackwell

From the desk of Hunter Blackwell: When hunting for a wife, it helps to have many zeros in your bank account. I suppose for those less financially fortunate Read More...

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Lisa Nicholas | Seeing Through Someone Else's Eyes

“You’re saying you think one of my staff might be a terrorist.” Zoe kept her face neutral, but couldn’t resist asking the next question, like poking at Read More...

Fresh Chat

David Lubar on SOPHOMORES AND OTHER OXYMORONS and Humor

David Lubar brings his trademark humor and wit to Fresh Fiction as he talks about SOPHOMORES AND OTHER OXYMORONS Read More...

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Jeannie Moon talks about THE BOYFRIEND LIST and Teases Readers with the Next Forever Love Story

Jeannie Moon sits down with Fresh Fiction to talk about THE BOYFRIEND LIST and what fans can expect in the future! Jen: Hi, Jeannie. Thank you for joining Read More...

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T.A. Chase | Vampires, Brothers, and Blood & Thorns

Hello and thank you for having me here today. I’m so happy to be able to chat with you about my new book, Read More...

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Lauren Blakely | Just Give Me Another Shot

Give me another chance.
Let’s try that again.
How about a do-over?
The notion of a second chance is a powerful one in life Read More...

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Victoria James | Kids, Kids, Everywhere

Well, we’ve made it to August in the James household. Barely. We’re now on our second round of swimming lessons, have visited the family cottage, have taken two Read More...

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Sidney Halston | Writing a Hero Who Doesn't Like to Speak

Although all of the novels in the Worth the Fight series are meant to stand alone Read More...

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Kate Allue | Researching LAWYER UP

LAWYER UP is the second anthology in my Read More...

Cozy Corner

Getting Serious at the Cozy Corner with Murder on the Horizon by M.L. Rowland

Make no mistake about it, the very first page of MURDER ON THE HORIZON by Read More...

Fresh Chat

Sophie Littlefield on Writing, Emotions, and an Amazing Cast of Characters

Sophie Littlefield sits down with Fresh Fiction reviewer Lynn Cunningham to talk about writing, emotions, and an amazing cast! Lynn: Hi, Sophie. Thank for joining us at Fresh Read More...

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M.L. Rowland | Cheap Thrills

Because I write adventure mysteries and base much of what I write about on my own experiences, I was asked recently, “What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve ever Read More...

Cozy Corner

Getting Serious at the Cozy Corner with Murder on the Horizon by M.L. Rowland

Make no mistake about it, the very first page of MURDER ON THE HORIZON by Read More...

Fresh Chat

Ophelia London on Cozies, Kisses, and Eureka, California

Ophelia London, author of CHALK LINES & LIPSTICK, sits down with Fresh Fiction Reviewer Debbie Wiley to talk cozies Read More...

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Frankie Y. Bailey | Character Dating Profile: Detective Hannah McCabe

User Profile Name:
“Last Seen Wearing”

Location:
Upstate New York

Gender:
Female

Race:Read More...

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Peg Cochran | Hobbies and Why I Took Up Writing

I’ve never really had a hobby. My grandmother was an accomplished needlewoman (would needleperson be more politically correct?), but I never got the hang of crocheting or knitting or Read More...

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Ellen Byron | What Writing for TV Taught Me

I’ve had a twenty year career as a writer-producer on a number of popular television series. When I wrote my debut novel, Read More...

News and Announcements

Enter Harlequin's 5th Annual SO YOU THINK YOU CAN WRITE!

Love romance? Love Harlequin? Have you always dreamed of writing a romance of your own? Enter Harlequine's 5th Annual SO YOU THINK YOU CAN WRITE Read More...

New and Now

Wait, there's a second one?

A few days ago, I took one of my frequent trips to a local bookstore. While I was happily browsing, I found a book I read several years ago, one Read More...

News and Announcements

Samantha Chase and Sara Humphreys Month Long Scavenger Hunt!

Join authors, Samantha Chase and Sara Humphreys, as they celebrate their sizzling new contemporary romance releases. This month long scavenger hunt will be full of fun, prizes, man candy, books Read More...

New and Inspired

Traveling Companions with JOURNEYS OF THE HEART

~By Winnie Griggs

Hi. Winnie Griggs here, back with more on what’s new and intriguing on the Inspirational Romance front. Today I’m doing something Read More...

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Kimberly Rose Johnson | Tour Wildflower Island with Chase Grayson

Hi there, my name is Chase Grayson. I’d like to take you on a tour of my home, Wildflower Island. It’s best to start from the ferry landing Read More...

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Carrie Stuart Parks | Drawn to Forensics

The old adage “write what you know” was the starting point for my novel writing career. As a forensic artist for the past 34 years, and a forensic art instructor Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Designer Fabrics, Clarence House, and Design Divas

I love doing my blog. I have invited some of my fellow historic SMP writers for interviews. The response to my invite was encouraging. I also invite my Connecticut Read More...

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Tracey Martin | The Best Parts of Being An Urban Fantasy Heroine

I’ll just admit it upfront. I’m terrible about writing blog posts. But I do like to think I’m good at torturing my characters. So as I struggled Read More...

Into the Night

Series Reading Order: The Beginning, the Middle and the End

It’s rare to find a standalone book nowadays. Most books you’ll find on the shelves are always part of a series. A series is when you have multiple Read More...

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Sherri Browning | How to Keep Calm and Carry On Until Downton Abbey’s Return

Quite a few months will pass before we see our beloved Downton cast again. How can we possibly wait so long? Here are some ways to pass the Read More...

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Veronica Forand | Amazon Unlimited Knows When and What You Are Reading, and Are Rewarding Authors For It

Amazon is closer to Big Brother than the federal government. They know you prefer unsalted cashews in bulk, pink t-shirts that celebrate life after breast cancer, music from the Read More...

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Robyn DeHart | The Hunt

I don’t really remember what it was that drew me to romance when I first started reading them. I was young, so I suppose the reasons then probably differ Read More...

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Lynda Aicher | What Do Readers Want?

As an author, I believe this is one of those elusive questions that everyone in the publishing industry would love to know the answer to. In reality, defining one answer Read More...

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Debra Holt | A Symbol of Hopes and Dreams

As I sit here, looking at the blank page and thinking of what words of wisdom I want to impart to readers on Fresh Fiction, I receive a happy reminder Read More...

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Carol Ann Martin | Once a Small Town Girl...

Hello everyone, Thank you so much for having me here today. As you may have heard, my latest Read More...

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Paige Shelton | Trains

I love the sound of a distant train. Up close and personal they’re not as ethereal and mysterious as they are with their far-off whistles and horns, though Read More...

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Read an Excerpt from TAMING A HIGHLAND DEVIL by Kimberly Killion

About TAMING A HIGHLAND DEVIL

A CHOICE...
Laird Magnus Sutherland loves women. His prowess Read More...

Writing a Woman's Life

Under Cover

You know the old line about not judging a book by its cover? Well, as reader and writer I can tell you that it’s a big fat lie. We Read More...

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Peter Robinson on Inspector Banks, Yorkshire, and the Bane of Writing Crime Fiction

Peter Robinson, author of the Inspector Banks novels, chats with Fresh Fiction Reviewer Clare O'Beara Read More...

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Melia Alexander | Picky Eaters

In my debut book, MERGER OF THE HEART, the hero, Daniel Spencer, discovers he has a seven-year Read More...

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Senayda Pierre | Soundtrack for IN PLAIN SIGHT

Music is everything. The sound of waves crashing on the shore is music to my ears. A beautiful harmony can be found within children’s laughter. A thunderstorm is nature Read More...

Author News

Maegan Abel | Cover Reveal for SILENTLY BROKEN

While I love the original covers to the Broken Series, it was always a challenge to Read More...

Breaking News

Stephen Colbert Wants Authors on 'Late Show'

--Gwen Reyes

During the Television Critics Association summer press tour new LATE SHOW host Stephen Colbert announced his plans for the rebooted talk show Read More...

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Julia Heaberlin | Read the First Chapter of THE BLACK-EYED SUSANS

Read an excerpt from Julia Heaberlin's BLACK-EYED SUSANS, which Fresh Fiction reviewers say is "one novel Read More...

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M.L. Buchman | Top 5 Action Flicks

Most of my picks are actually series, not single movies because not only do I write in series (Read More...

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Pam Webber | Thinking Backwards

Memories are fascinating things, what we remember, what we don’t, and why. As a nurse practitioner, I know the selection and saving of one memory over another is not Read More...

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Kylie Logan | What’s Your Chili IQ?

Chili...whether you like it hot or mild, with beans or without, heavy on the grease or light on things like ground turkey and tofu, chili is everyone’s favorite Read More...

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Nancy Martin | An American Downton Abbey

Yes, I love Downton Abbey and wait with bated breath for the new season. (The last??—Say it ain’t so, Julian!) I long to hear Lady Violet Read More...

Fresh Chat

Denise Grover Swank on Writing the First Book, Rose Gardner, and New Mysteries!

Denise Grover Swank joins us to share with Fresh Fiction her journey into publishing her first book and what we can look forward in 2016! Jen: Hi, Denise Read More...

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Jeannette de Beauvoir | 5 Things That Will Make You Fall In Love with Montréal

Martine LeDuc, my series protagonist, is head over heels in love with Montréal— which is a good thing, since she’s the city’s PR director! Here are some Read More...

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Deb Julienne | My Three Favorite Beach Reads

I had a ball this summer, not only discovering an author new to me, but also finding an author who truly understood her characters, added the perfect amount of humor Read More...

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Shelly Alexander | A Not-So-Cute-Meet

Just because Ella Dennings and Cooper Wells from IT'S IN HIS HEART are far better acquainted than Read More...

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Jill Lynn | 5 Must-Haves in a Romance

Thanks for having me at Fresh Fiction to celebrate the release of my debut novel, FALLING FOR TEXASRead More...

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Kristen Ethridge | Why I Love Writing Stories in a Texas Beachside Town

I’m so excited to be here on Fresh Fiction, celebrating the release of my latest Port Provident Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Follow Your Heart

I love doing my blog. I have invited some of my fellow historic SMP writers for interviews. The response to my invite was encouraging. I also invite my Connecticut Read More...

Young Adult Musings

YA Musings | Books to Give You Goosebumps

Since the Goosebumps movie trailer dropped last month, I've had creepies on the brain. It Read More...

Fresh Chat

Sherrilyn Kenyon on Tortured Heroes, Writing Advice, and the Upcoming Deadman's Cross

Premier Paranormal Romance author Sherrilyn Kenyon has had so much success with her Dark- Hunter series Read More...

Fresh Chat

Amanda Hocking, author of The Kanin Chronicles Joins Fresh Fiction to Talk Fairy Tales

Amanda Hocking, author of CRYSTAL KINGDOM sits down with Fresh Fiction Reviewer Linda Green to talk fairytales and Read More...

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Katriena Knights The Challenges of Sequel-izing

Writing a sequel ought to be easy, right? After all, it’s the same characters, the same world, often a continuation of the same story. So you don’t have Read More...

Worlds Away

Darkness, Light, and Mighty Elves

This has been a great summer for science fiction and fantasy. My reading pile is huge, but I can't stop adding more books. This week, I'm taking a Read More...

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Nina Mason | Introducing The Knights of Avalon

The Knights of Avalon, the four-part erotic PNR/UF series Read More...

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Jack Campbell | Keeping It Real

One of the strange things about writing fantasy and science fiction is the need to keep it all real. That sounds like a contradiction, because if it was all real Read More...

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Joni Hahn | Who Would You Cast?

We all have our quirks. I probably more than most. One of them is putting faces on my book covers. I won’t do it. If you ever see a Read More...

Fresh Chat

Jaci Burton, author of ALL WOUND UP on Romance and the Play-by-Play Series

Jaci Burton sits down with Fresh Fiction Reviewer to talk romance, the Play-by- Play series Read More...

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Anna Jeffrey| Never Trust a Skinny Cook...

That’s an old saying I’ve heard my entire life. I don’t know it’s origin. I grew up in a family of good ol’ country cooks. My Read More...

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Kim Boykin | Celebrate A PEACH OF A PAIR with Peach Champagne Punch

Thanks for stopping in y’all, and thanks, Fresh Fiction, for having me. I’m excited and ready to party because my new book, Read More...

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Jade Lee | Corn Ice Cream and
Sweltering Heat in NYC

Travel to NYC is always fun, but add in the Romance Writers of America conference and a book launch, and life got really fun, really fast. It all Read More...

Fresh Chat

Lauren Willig, author of the Pink Carnation Series, on Saying Goodbye and New Starts

Fresh Fiction Reviewer Make Kay sits down with Lauren Willig to talk saying goodbye to the Pink Carnations Read More...

Fresh Chat

Angela Knight on her new release WITHOUT RESTRAINT

Angela Knight, author of the WITHOUT RESTRAINT sits down with Fresh Fiction to talk about romance and her Read More...

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M.Q. Barber | A Series Begins With Strong Roots and Broad Branches

I never got to climb the tree in the yard of my childhood home. Sure, the neighborhood had other trees, and as the sort of adventurous gal labeled a tomboy Read More...

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Read an Excerpt from Jane Ashford's A RADICAL ARRANGEMENT

About A RADICAL ARRANGEMENT

Brash and Handsome Sir Justin Keighley is all wrong for a Read More...

 

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