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Lisa Chaplin | Lord Camelford – Real Life is Truly Stranger than Fiction…

I remember the one criticism that stood out among others for my first romance was that it was ‘unbelievable’ (I got the story from my university readers – all based on Read More...

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Jessa McAdams | A Little White Lie

Have you ever told a little white lie only to have it snowball into an epic, life- altering avalanche? No? I have a friend who confessed her white lie to Read More...

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Tiffany Snow | Top 5 Favorite Romance Series

5. Stephanie Plum Series by Janet Evanovich – I have to credit Janet Evanovich with Read More...

Author News

Read and Exclusive Excerpt from HARD TO LET GO by Laura Kaye

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Leslie Langtry | Who, What, and Why...a Mystery Writer's Profile

Author: Leslie Langtry Writes: The Merry Wrath Mystery series with Read More...

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Serials, Collaborations, and Cherringham with Authors Matthew Costello and Neil Richards

Matthew Costello and Neil Richards co-author the Cherringham series, an addictive cozy mystery series, I Read More...

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Maria Grazia Swan | The Heart in My Settings

Once upon a time, travel was my answer to my problem. It was the adult version of running away from home… First I would catch a flight to some foreign Read More...

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Gin Jones | It's the Little Things That Get You

I've traveled to a number of states, but I'm a New Englander at heart. So when I joined the team of authors writing the Read More...

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Lynn Cahoon | Ten Reasons to Visit a Tourist Trap

Hi there, I’m excited to be back here at Fresh Fiction today celebrating my release of DRESSED TO Read More...

Fun in the Sun!

For Us Librarians- It's All About Summer Reading!

We have a wonderful Summer Reading program at Jackson District Library, Jackson, Michigan. Of course, we concentrate on the kids, pre-readers through teens, but we also have a distinctive Read More...

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Happily Ever After Romances with Z.A. Maxfield, author of MY COWBOY PROMISES

The amazingly talented Z.A. Maxfield joins us on Fresh Fiction to happily ever afters, the importance of family, and her favorite authors. Jen: Hi, Z.A. Thank Read More...

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Lauren Smith | Cowboy Meets City Girl: Reverse Stereotypes in Romance

Since I’m born and bred in Oklahoma, Cowboys are a bit of a natural occurrence in my neck of the woods. Wranglers that hug fine manly hips, boots that Read More...

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Rebekah L. Purdy | Diverse Characters and KPOP

When we came up with the idea to write the Backstage Pass series, I knew right Read More...

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Bad Boys, Baseball, and Romance with Linda Morris, author of HIGH HEAT

Linda Morris, author of HIGH HEAT, the first the new Read More...

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Suzie T. Roos | I Can Name That Tune in Two Notes!

A lot of authors say music inspires them . . . well, I’m definitely in that boat! When I write (especially, when it’s a more dramatic scene), there must be music Read More...

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Max Davis | A Dose of Hope

When you read my books, you’ll quickly discover that I’m an inspirational novelist. I don’t hide the fact nor am I ashamed of it. God is central Read More...

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Debra Coleman Jeter | Pushing the Boundaries

There are certain topics, certain words, and certain aspects of life that are rarely, if ever, addressed in Christian fiction. Anything sexual is typically avoided, and definitely anything explicit. When Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Research, Luck, and Tiffany

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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Warlords, Vikings, and Princesses: Sandra Lake Talks about The Sons of the North Romance Series

Sandra Lake, author of THE WARLORD'S WIFE and the newly released, Read More...

Worlds Away

SFF Romance Focus: Have You Read...Eve Langlais?

One of the fun elements of reading is sharing great books and authors to a friend. I'm always asking for recommendations for new science fiction and fantasy romance novels Read More...

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Rebecca Zanetti | A Witch on a Bike Walks into a Bar…

Thanks for having me over today to celebrate the release of Wicked Ride, the first book in the Realm Enforcer series! As you can tell from the cover, the hero Read More...

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Kaylie Newell | Junk Food and Writing

The importance of junk food consumption while writing… I think this is a sorely overlooked literary topic. Yes, us romance writers will be the first to tell you via blog Read More...

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Crista McHugh | Much Ado on Main Street

For those of you who've already grabbed SUMMER ON MAIN STREET, you might have gotten the subtle Read More...

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Immersed in History with Lucy Sanna, author of THE CHERRY HARVEST

Lucy Sanna's debut novel,THE CHERRY Read More...

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Donna Alward | Having a Little Fun...

This week marks the launch of a new trilogy, NotMy1stRodeo.com, I have going with Read More...

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Gail Chianese | Finding Love in All the Right Places

Hello and thank you so much for having me here at Fresh Fiction to celebrate the release of BACHELORETTE Read More...

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Michelle A. Valentine | 10 Reasons to Love the Rock Star Romance Hero

To coincide with my upcoming rocker romance release WICKED WHITE, I’ve been asked to list the Top Read More...

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Christine Warner | Something Borrowed...

One of the best parts—at least for me—when writing a book is that I can “borrow” traits, habits, names, and other goodies from people I know to make Read More...

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Lucy Monroe | Change, it's Good!

When writing the novellas for the 3 BRIDES FOR 3 BAD BOYS trilogy in 2005, I had no Read More...

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You’re in for a BUSHEL FULL OF MURDER and Good Food with Paige Shelton at the Cozy Corner

I’m finishing off June with a killer interview. Paige Shelton is at the top of her game Read More...

New & Emerging

Emerging Author: Cecily Wong, DIAMOND HEAD

Crafting a multigenerational Chinese-Hawaiian family saga isn't the usual first novel undertaken by a new writer. Yet that's exactly what debut author Read More...

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Tessa Bailey | Maybe It's Just Me?

At my old job, as a leasing agent for a property management company, I interacted with people all day long. Tenants, co-workers, delivery people. Now, I’m alone with Read More...

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Anne Gracie | The Glue that Holds the World Together . . .

I'm a "Love Actually" kind of writer — while romantic love is, of course, central to my historical romances, I also write about other kinds of love — the Read More...

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Meghan March | Common Threads: The Beneath Series

When I started writing BENEATH THIS MASK, I honestly had no idea where the Read More...

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Catherine Mann's Favorite Summer Recipe

Sweet tea! I’m Southern, after all. And the recipe is so simple. –Catherine Ingredients:
6-8 large tea bags
3-4 cups sugar
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Kelly Rey | Blame It on the Bears

What do you call a hundred lawyers at the bottom of the ocean? Well, I think we all know the answer to that, with apologies to my lawyer friends out Read More...

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Read an Exclusive Excerpt from FIXED IN BLOOD by T.E. Woods

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Meet the Author: Jefferson Bass

Writes: The Body Farm novels – forensic thrillers featuring the real-life forensic research facility Read More...

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Rock 'n Roll, Wedding Cake, and Shakespeare: A Perfect Recipe for Romance in Jessica Topper's COURTSHIP OF THE CAKE

Jessica Topper is an ex-librarian turned rock n’ roll number cruncher. By night, she creates books of her own. She is the author of Read More...

New and Now

Undercover Workers Under the Covers

People who work undercover amaze me. My acting skills are nonexistent, and I would probably duck and run at the first sign of serious danger. Perhaps this is why those Read More...

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Ashlee Mallory | Loving the Mean Girls

“Tact is not saying true stuff. I’ll pass.” Cordelia Chase Buffy the Vampire Slayer I have to admit. I have a fascination with mean girls Read More...

Raising Your Reader

Raising Your Reader | Stay Sharp This Summer

One of my favorite parts of summer as a child was participating in my local library’s Summer Reading Program. (My other favorite parts were hot fudge sundae trips with Read More...

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Sandra Orchard | Herbal Remedies-Hype or Helpful?

Where do you sit on the herbal remedies spectrum? Would you side with Kate Adams, the herbal-medicine-researcher-turned-amateur-sleuth of my Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Phoenix: Hot, Historic, and Beautiful

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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Varina Denman | Texas Memories

I’ve lived in Texas all my life, mostly in North Texas with its huge oak trees and plentiful lakes, but as a child, I often visited my grandparents on Read More...

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J.F. Lewis | It's Exactly Like Lord of the Rings Except...

One of the hardest things to do as a writer is take existing tropes and make them fresh and new. When I was writing my first novel, Read More...

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Sarah J. Pepper | Top Five Snow White Characteristics

Top five characteristics about Snow White and why. 1. Sass: To look on your game as a sought out debutante you have to play hard-to-get but Read More...

Into the Night

Brand Spankin' New Series You Should be Reading This Summer!

I cannot remember the last book I’ve read that was a standalone book or wasn’t part of a series. Series are so massive that it’s almost a Read More...

Worlds Away

Heroes Work for Love in These SFRs

Sci-fi romance is sweeter when the hero really has to earn his happily ever after. Whether he's challenged by his own insecurities about fatherhood, pitted against the heroine Read More...

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Vanessa Skye | Top 5 Favorite Vampire Hunters

Who are your top five favorite vampire hunters? Vanessa: Ooo, nice question! 1. Buffy the Vampire Slayer because, a) anything Joss Whedon does is awesome, and Read More...

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Lisa M. Basso | Playlist for A MATTER OF TIME

Music plays a large part in my creative process. When I’m plotting a book, the first thing I do after fleshing out the characters is create a Pandora station Read More...

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Read an Exclusive Excerpt from BRING IT ON by Shelley K. Wall

Kathryn Delroy was in her element. All those years of fishing with her dad and brothers had given her the background to be here. She wore a grin a mile Read More...

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Sharon Hamilton | Code Talkers, Enigma Machines, and SEAL'S CODE

My trips to Tucson, Phoenix and Scottsdale in March, April and May of this year brought a treasure trove of research I was able to use in fleshing out some Read More...

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Jackie Braun | Sexy Cars Are Nice, but I’d Rather Have a Sexy Guy

Unlike Kate Douglass, my heroine in REVENGE BEST SERVED HOT, I’m not much of car enthusiast, classic or otherwise Read More...

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Heather Burch | Realism in Romance

It’s not the fact that characters are or aren’t real that draws readers. It’s the fact that they are relatable. One of the most important elements in Read More...

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Rosanne Bittner | The Sweeping Family Saga of The Outlaw Hearts Trilogy

Dear Readers – I want to tell you about a trilogy I am writing that will open your hearts to the beauty of long-lasting true love and to the joy Read More...

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Tawny Weber | Why Captain America Isn't My Favorite Avenger

“Language!” There are so many things to love about the Avengers movies. Epic battles, awesome heroes, internal conflict and friendships built on teamwork. The plots are always strong, the dialogue Read More...

Cozy Corner

The Cozy Corner has been Collared for Murder

This week is all about the bling with the author of COLLARED FOR MURDER, a Read More...

News and Announcements

Make your Summer Sizzle with The Forbidden Series!

The Forbidden Series is a trilogy of sexier reads with serialized release dates and a different author for each title! Each week a new part of these seductive Read More...

New & Emerging

Emerging Author: Piper Huguley

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Sarah Castille | A Character Interview with Cade and Dawn from BEYOND THE CUT

Interview with Cade and Dawn from Beyond the Cut by Sarah Castille SARAH: Dawn, you and Cade met under unusual circumstances. Was it love at first sight? Did Read More...

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Rosalind James | The Appeal of the Country Boy

They talk slow and decide fast. They can fix anything with parts, and drive anything with wheels. They’re the guys you want with you if the plane’s going Read More...

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Beth Cornelison | Tips for Aspiring Writers

My three best tips for aspiring writers are to study the market, trust your voice and love what you do! Try to read widely across genres but also to study Read More...

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Naima Simone | The Only Thing to Fear Is…Spiders, Heights, Indiana Jones Bridges...

It all began on the Messiah Lutheran Day Care Center playground one hot, summer afternoon during lunch. As a five year-old, my only thought was getting through the hour Read More...

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Matt Coyle | The Second Time Around

The second book in the Rick Cahill Crime Series, Read More...

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Victoria Thompson | No Romance in Mysteries?

The latest Gaslight Mystery is MURDER ON Read More...

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Landon Wallace | Forbidden Love

At the heart of my novel COME AND TAKE IT: Search for the Treasure of the Alamo is an unusual love story between Nat Read More...

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Ava Branson | Seduced by the Lure of What Could Be

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Florida? Sunshine? We are called the Sunshine State! Theme parks like Disney World, Universal Studios, Epcot? You Read More...

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Chandler Baker | A Creepy Concoction for the Release of ALIVE

When I started to write ALIVE, it was on the heels of a crisis of faith. I had one manuscript Read More...

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Vannetta Chapman | Top 5 Ingredients for a Cozy Mystery

1. A nosy sleuth. Let’s face it, these people do poke around in other people’s business. Yes, there are good reasons (poison pies?). But every cozy Read More...

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Eva Marie Everson | The True Story Behind FIVE BRIDES

Writers hear it all the time—“I have a story you should hear! Because when you hear it, you’ll want to write a book about it.” And, like most Read More...

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Christine Johnson | Swashbuckling Heroes

There's just something about those gallant heroes swooping in to save the day, whether by sword, pistol or rapier-sharp wit. Historical novels, whether romance or not, are the Read More...

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Carla Laureano | Writing What I Don’t Know

When I wrote my debut romance novel, FIVE DAYS IN SKYE, the characters came easily to me because Read More...

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Callie Hutton | Oklahoma is for Lovers, Callie Hutton’s Lovers!

When someone mentions historical romance or western romance, Oklahoma is probably one of the last places that comes to mind. As a proud Oklahoman, I figured my home state would Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Interview with Author Madelyn Hill

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 Chapter Read More...

Worlds Away

A Little This, A Little That

I don't know about you, but I have a habit of consuming one type of genre theme so frequently that I burn myself out. For example, my recent madness Read More...

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Catherine Harbour | The Romance of Faery

Why is Faery fiction such a popular fantasy subgenre, especially in Young Adult? There’s the demon lover aspect, a common theme in Faery fiction, especially of the urban variety Read More...

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Peter Clines | Bending the boundaries: Crossing Genres in Fiction

I get labeled a cross-genre writer a lot of the time. On one level, this title makes a lot of sense. My first novel, Read More...

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C.B. Williams | Out-Of-The-Box

I have always thought of science fiction and fantasy as the Out-of-the Box genres. They stretch the mind, coaxing it out of the mundane and into the extraordinary Read More...

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Chris Angus | The Impact of History

I was a history major in college, and I’ve always felt it was a perfect choice, given my career as a writer. I can’t imagine writing a novel Read More...

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Catherine Spangler | You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Sometimes, like the Rolling Stones song “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”, our lives do not go the way we had hoped or planned. While I Read More...

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Emily Mims | Writing about Wounded Warriors

Veterans in general and wounded warriors in particular have a very warm spot in my heart. I live in San Antonio, home of San Antonio Military Medical Center, site of Read More...

News and Announcements

Read an Exclusive Excerpt from Mia Marlowe's NEVER RESIST A RAKE

“Thank you for coming, Rebecca,” he said, his voice a dark summons that set her stomach aflutter. “I wasn’t sure you would.” “Your invitation had me at a disadvantage Read More...

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Emily Greenwood | How Did the Idea for Your New Regency Series, The Scandalous Sisters, Originate?

Thanks very much for having me on Fresh Fiction today! To answer the question, I got the idea for THE BEAUTIFUL Read More...

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Vicki lewis Thompson | Love Lessons Learned from MIDNIGHT THUNDER

What are some of the real-life romance lessons we can take away from MIDNIGHT THUNDER? Cade reunites Read More...

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Kat Martin | What Readers Are Saying about AGAINST THE TIDE

It’s been a super exciting since the release of AGAINST THE TIDE. It hit #7 on the prestigious Read More...

New & Emerging

Juggling 101

When people meet me, I often hear one question repeated over and over: how do you juggle everything you have going on? Fair question, but before I answer I’ll Read More...

News and Announcements

HEALED BY LOVE, the First in Melissa Foster's Newest Addition to the Love in Bloom series!

Love in Bloom is an award-winning steamy contemporary romance series following alpha male heroes and Read More...

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Jenna Jaxon | Wedding Customs of Georgian England

The eighteenth century had, as our own time does, many customs surrounding weddings. I thought I’d share some of these customs that Lady Juliet might have gone through for Read More...

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Paige Shelton | Wait...I Thought Her Name was Hope?

Have you ever read a book that contained a main character whose name changed part way through? Well, if you haven’t and you’re a big reader there’s Read More...

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Joya Ryan | Real Life vs. Fiction in the Romance World

I’ve gotten a lot of questions over the years about how a certain scene is written or how I came up with a certain moment in a book. I Read More...

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Annie Knox | Disaster Cat

We recently welcomed a new member to our household: a shelter cat named Tiberius. We weren’t in the market for another cat; we were happy with just two. But Read More...

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Nancy Para | An Interview with Nancy J Parra aka Nancy Coco

Hi, Nancy, and Welcome. Thanks for having me. You’re welcome. You have a few books coming out this Spring. Can you tell us Read More...

Cozy Corner

Penny Pike Busts the Code on DEATH OF A CHOCOLATE CHEATER and Nancy Drew

For many mystery fans like myself, it all began with Nancy Drew. So imagine my delight when Penny Pike, aka Read More...

News and Announcements

Apply for the Lisa Jackson/Killer Nashville Scholarship Fund and You Could Attend The Killer Nashville Conference for FREE!

What’s the number one way for a New York Times bestselling author to give back after they’ve personally experienced the hardships of releasing a book? Helping Read More...

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Maggie Sefton | Writing Teenagers

If you’ve been reading the Kelly Flynn Knitting Mysteries, then you’ve discovered that I Read More...

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Penny Warner | DEATH OF A CHOCOLATE CHEATER

Like most readers of mystery novels—aw let’s face it, like most women on the planet—I’m a choc-addict. That’s sort of like being a crack Read More...

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Sheila Connolly | Do You Know What Privy Means?

You know what a privy is, right? Actually there are three definitions: as an adjective it means “sharing in the knowledge of something secret or private;” and as a noun Read More...

Author News

Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense Nomination: LIMONCELLO YELLOW by Traci Andrighetti!

Traci Andrighetti's debut novel LIMONCELLO YELLOW has Read More...

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Jacki Delecki | Five Reasons Seattle Is a Great Setting for Romantic Suspense

My contemporary romantic mystery series featuring Grayce Walters includes a colorful cast of characters. I carefully Read More...

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FREE EBOOK from Lindsay McKenna, author of NOWHERE TO HIDE!

Good news for my readers! There is a permafree ebook that kicks off my new Delos series! Read More...

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Fall for the Irresistible Pull of Desire in THE LEADING LADY by Deb Marlowe

Miss Callie Grant has seen the dark underbelly of London and the worst of mankind as she works alongside Hestia Wright in her mission to help any woman who asks Read More...

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Biker Bosses and Motorcycle Madness

Up until recently, I never gave much thought to motorcycle gangs or clubs. Weevil’s motorcycle group in the show, Veronica Mars, always intrigued me, but I never stopped to Read More...

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Cover Reveal for RAVEN by Ashley Suzanne

Just in time for hot, summer beach reads, RAVEN by Read More...

New and Inspired

Winnie Griggs | Interview with Tamera Alexander, Author of TO WIN HER FAVOR

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

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Jade Lee | Guess What I Did Today...

I’m often asked how I can write so many books. The answer is simple: 2000 words a day. Every day. No matter what. Except it’s never that simple Read More...

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Paul Lonardo | Getting Inside a Character's Head and Heart

First off, I’d like to thank everyone at Fresh Fiction for allowing me to share a few thoughts with you all and for helping me announce the debut of Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Artist, Writer, Educator

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 Chapter Read More...

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Bestselling Author Charles Martin on WATER FROM MY HEART

Watch bestselling author Charles Martin discuss WATER FROM MY HEART, his newest release. Read More...

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Fresh Fiction | Editors' Top Picks for June

Every month, Fresh Fiction's editors pick the books we're excited to read, and then check out Fresh Fiction TV's Read More...

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Fresh Fiction TV | Editors' Top Pick for June

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...

Worlds Away

Try a New Series with These First-Of Books

Welcome to my first Worlds Away column. Science Fiction and Fantasy are beloved genres, ones I read whenever I can steal a free moment from real life. What Read More...

Into the Night

The Dreaded Reading Slump - Tips and Tricks to get out of them

Everyone experiences reading slumps time and again. Unfortunately my reading slump has been weeks long, and it seems like nothing I pick up has taken me out of it. For Read More...

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Spotlight on the Psy-Changling Series by Nalini Singh!

Nalini Singh released the fourteenth Psy Read More...

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Mary Weber Embraces the Awesomeness of Teens and Teen Fiction and Owns It Like Nobody’s Business

Mary Weber's newest novel, SIREN'S FURY released June 2. Read More...

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Isabel Cooper | Exclusive Excerpt from NIGHT OF THE HIGHLAND DRAGON

This sunset was of the sullen red-and-gray winter variety. Brittle grass and browning heather brushed the sides of her skirt. Hard dirt crunched beneath her shoes. Cold wind Read More...

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Tara Fuller | That time I spent four years with Death…

Hi Fresh Fiction Readers! I am so excited to be here chatting with you in celebration of the final book in my Read More...

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Linda Mooney | Interspecies Romance

Can an interspecies love last? More importantly, can it survive the obstacles thrown in its path? Every romantic relationship has ups and downs. The heroine often spends a lot of Read More...

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Victoria Vane | Crying Wolf

While in Montana the summer before last researching my first two stories, I met several ranchers who expressed concerns about the booming wolf population and the threat to their livestock Read More...

Fresh Chat

Linda Lael Miller | The Women and Men of Bliss County

Hi, Linda. Thank you so much for stopping by Fresh Fiction and answering a few questions for all your fans here! Our reviewers love Read More...

News and Announcements

Soar into Summer with A FLYING AFFAIR by Carla Stewart

Carla's a writer who brings you home to times gone by. Grab A FLYING AFFAIR for a day beneath a summer blue sky and immerse yourself in a timeless Read More...

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Katee Robert | My Top 5 Organized Crime Dramas

I have a serious addiction. I absolutely love fiction that surrounds organized crime. As horrific as it can be in real life, there’s something about the contrasts that show Read More...

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Debbie Herbert | Top Five Native American Tales You’ve Never Heard Of

“The track of the sun across the sky leaves its shining, eternal message. Illuminating, strengthening, warming . . . all of us who are here. It shows us we are not alone Read More...

News and Announcements

New Release | COLTON COWBOY PROTECTOR by Beth Cornelison

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Kathy Aarons | Researching Maya History for TRUFFLED TO DEATH

I came up with the idea for TRUFFLED TO DEATH while exploring the Chocolate Exhibit at the Natural History Museum Read More...

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Elizabeth Craig | Six Reasons to be Addicted to Cozy Mysteries

Who says that an addiction has to be a bad thing? Let’s face it: cozy mysteries definitely have the ability to hook us and pull us in. There’s Read More...

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Pamela Moses | A Message to My Younger Self

When I was a young girl, after our dreaded annual visit to the pediatrician, my mother would take my brother and me to the gourmet bakery nearby, allowing each of Read More...

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Mandy Harbin | HEARTS IN DANGER Benefit for The American Heart Association

October 2, 2014, started out like any normal day, but my life changed with a simple phone call. “They found Paul unresponsive at work.” By the time I’d made Read More...

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Jessica Peterson | A Second Chance at First Time Love

Hello readers! My name is Jessica Peterson, and my latest historical romance release, THE UNDERCOVER SCOUNDREL, hits shelves Read More...

New & Emerging

I Am Not Alone

During the recent RT Booklovers Convention in Dallas, I was hit with sudden insight. What was it? Simple. I am not alone. In the three years I’ve Read More...

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Dani Collins | When the Anti-Family Man Faces Fatherhood

My hero in SEDUCED INTO THE GREEK'S WORLD, Demitri, is one of those heroes who is actively avoiding family Read More...

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Jennifer Chance | RISK IT Book 4 in The Rule Breakers Series

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Janet Cantrell | Butter Sculpture? Really?

If you’re a regular fair-goer, you probably know about this phenomenon. But I’ve had so many people give me puzzled looks when I mention it, that I Read More...

Cozy Corner

The Demand for Mystery at the Cozy Corner

For Carolyn Hart fans, this week we have double the trouble (or double the pleasure) at the Death Read More...

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Krista Davis | I Know Which House Is Sophie’s!

Old Town Alexandria, Virginia is a beautiful place. Located along the Potomac River, just south west of Washington, DC, the colonial buildings and brick sidewalks are charming. Many of the Read More...

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Kate Carlisle | The Mysterious Appeal of Cats

Next time you visit the mystery section at your favorite bookstore, count the number of books that have cats on the covers. Although it might be easier to count the Read More...

Fresh Chat

Fresh Chat | The Joy in Being an Author with Dani Atkins author of THE STORY OF US

Thank you for joining us here at Fresh Fiction. THE STORY OF US is your second novel and is released in the United States on June 9!

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Chris Culver | Why Genre Fiction Matters

As a mystery writer, I think about story structure, characters, pacing and dialogue a lot, but I don’t often sit back and think about why I write genre fiction Read More...

Breaking News

Last Day of the Month: Contests You Should Enter TODAY!

It's the end of the month and you still have a chance to enter to win! So check out these great contests and enter a few! Or All!

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Fun in the Sun!

Watermelon Splash

Its hot on the beach so enjoy this treat. Pack Watermelon Splash in your cooler and serve while it's hot outside. Watermelon Splash Take one seedless watermelon and make Read More...

Fun in the Sun!

Never enough books

My plans this summer are read - read - read. I love the relaxation or escape in a good book. I wish everyone knew how to read to be content and enjoy Read More...

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Review Spotlight: A South Indian mystery to pick up: WRATH OF SHIVA

Summer is a great time to try out something a little different and our reviewer Katherine Petersen found a mystery Read More...

 

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