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Follow Your Heart


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She stole his heart when they were young, but he's back…


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Will their mutual attraction get in the way of competition?


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What happens when a single mom’s four-year-old daughter falls in love with Mr. Right and she doesn’t?


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Six Sizzling Small Town Romances


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Sometimes love is magic.



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Jodi Linton | The Wannabe Smooth Talker

Barclay Publicity's Summer eReader Giveaway!

More than 20 authors are sharing their best and worst pick-up lines during this EPIC eReader Giveaway! Win dozens of prizes Read More...

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Kim Amos | Top Five Fun Facts about Kim

Things you wished you knew before you were published
That the paranormal trend was going to last for a long, long time. As someone who writes contemporary Read More...

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Tina Leonard | The Perfect Nacho Bites

Perfect Nacho Bites, to enjoy alongside The Cowboy SEAL’s Triplets! Ingredients
- 2 bags of tortilla chips
- 1 can (32-ounces) refried beans
- 8 ounces sharp Read More...

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Barbara White Daille | My Top Four F’s of Romance

Hi, readers! I’m celebrating the debut of A RANCHER OF HER OWN, book 2 in the Read More...

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MK Meredith | The Day I Visited Nora Robert’s Shoe Closet

Hey there! I am so excited to be celebrating my new release MK Meredith. This whole experience has Read More...

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Read an Exclusive Excerpt from DO NOT FORSAKE ME by Rosanne Bittner

About DO NOT FORSAKE ME

Fate brought them together. His past may tear them apart. Miranda Hayes Read More...

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Read and Exclusive Excerpt from THE FORBIDDEN BILLIONAIRE by J.S. Scott

About THE FORBIDDEN BILLIONAIRE

All of Jared Sinclair’s wealth still can’t ease the pain from Read More...

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Catherine Mann | Writing Space

Whether upstairs or downstairs, I sit in the same corner of the house with double French doors overlooking the water and a barrier island. Sometimes I meander out onto the Read More...

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Christine Rimmer | Breaking in to the Series Market

First and foremost, to break into series romance, you need to read series romance. And I mean, a lot of series romance. Choose a line you love—or one you Read More...

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Crista McHugh | A Female Darcy

Most of us romance readers have an opinion or Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice. And if you’re anything like me, all I need it to picture Read More...

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Jayne Castle | SIREN'S CALL, Dust Bunnies, and Writing

Jayne Castle sits down with Fresh Fiction Reviewer Samantha Randolph to talk about her newest release SIREN'S CALL Read More...

New & Emerging

Emerging Author: Kevin Crank (WHERE THE MOON SHINES BRIGHTEST)

Cozy Corner

Destination Murder at the Cozy Corner

July is almost over and there’s still time to find that perfect destination for your last minute summer vacation. Perhaps you’re looking for an old Victorian bed and Read More...

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Thrilling History with James Becker, author of THE LOST TREASURE OF THE TEMPLARS

James Becker, author of THE LOST TREASURE OF THE TEMPLARS and the bestselling thrillers of the Chris Read More...

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Kathleen Bacus | How Kathy Got Her Muse Back

Writing has long been a passion of mine. I still have copies of horse stories and soap opera scripts I wrote more years ago than I care to admit to Read More...

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B.J. Daniels | Melting Moments and LONE RIDER

Have you ever taken a bite of something that transports you back to your childhood? That happened to me in a small bakery in Missoula, Montana a few years ago Read More...

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Penned Con 2015 | Support, Love, and Generosity

Friday at Penned Con 2015 was filled with lots of laughter, a few tears, and an amazing author community Read More...

News and Announcements

Cover Reveal for BLUE BLOODED, the Third Novel in the Benediction Series by Shelly Bell

Check out the fantastic cover for BLUE BLOODED, the third book in Shelly Bell's Read More...

Fresh Chat

Ann Marie Walker and Amy K. Rogers | The Inspiration behind Chasing Fire and Hudson Chase

Ann Marie Walker and Amy K. Rogers share with Fresh Fiction their inspiration for the Chasing FireRead More...

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Ande Flanagan | Teen Day at Penned Con

~ by Ande Flanagan, Fresh Fiction Author Advocate I’m at my Read More...

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Sandi Shilhanek | Book Ratings and the Author

~ By Sandi Shilhanek, Fresh Fiction Copyeditor Recently there's been a lot of discussion about book ratings and how they are potentially adversely effecting an author. I personally Read More...

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Elizabeth Ludwig | Tying the Knot

Have you ever wondered where the expression “tying the knot” or “giving one’s hand in marriage” came from? Both phrases are in reference to the ancient tradition of handfasting Read More...

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Gail Ingis | A Peek into the History of Tennis

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...

Worlds Away

Guest Post: "Romancing the Supervillain" by Cari Z (WHERE THERE'S FIRE)

WHERE THERE'S FIRE , my new supervillain story in the Panopolis series, has everything you’d expect in Read More...

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Review of STARRY KNIGHT: A Terrific Début to a Magical Paranormal Series

Reviewed by Monique Daoust Lord Callum Lyon has many secrets and has more or less lived as a Read More...

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Eliza Redgold | Where does the wedding cake come from?

This blog post comes to us from Eliza Redgold, author, academic and unashamed romantic. Her new novel NAKED Read More...

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Shirley Ann Wilder | The Wilder Flyers...Inspiration and Joy

People always want to know where I get my ideas for my books. For FLY ME, it was Read More...

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Ella Quinn | Why I Love Secondary Characters

I really love secondary characters. They come in particularly handy when I need to lighten the mood of a story. This scene from Read More...

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Lindsay McKenna | Character Bio on Lia Cassidy

I’m Lia Cassidy and I was born and raised in Ontario, Oregon, the heart of sugar beet country. My Dad is a farmer and I feel lucky I grew Read More...

Fresh Chat

Casinos, Outrageous Characters, and Crime Capers with Gretchen Archer

Gretchen Archer, author of DOUBLE WHAMMY, joins Fresh Fiction to chat about casinos, outrageous characters, and crime capers Read More...

New & Emerging

Emerging Author: Tiffany Quay Tyson, THREE RIVERS

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Nancy Herkness | How To Start A Billionaire Office Romance

Who would have thought a flu epidemic could be romantic? Certainly not Chloe Russell and Nathan Trainor in THE Read More...

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Rebecca Zanetti | Small Towns have Big Hearts

A big thank you to Fresh Fiction for having me over today to celebrate the release of OVER THE Read More...

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Jennifer McAndrews | Meeting Readers

In the past few months I’ve been lucky enough to experience something new: meeting readers. Before I give the wrong impression, I need to clarify that I’m not Read More...

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Celia Bonaduce | Creating Characters

Characters are a tricky bunch. You make them up…creating personalities by borrowing a foible from this person, a temperament from that, a moral code from a person in a Read More...

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Claudia Burgoa | Three Things You Didn't Know about Me

1. It’s a small world that’s always getting smaller. It used to be a really big deal if you met someone who was in the news Read More...

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Traci Andrighetti | The Clip and Sip in Danger Cove

When Gemma Halliday approached me about creating a series within her multi- author Danger Cove mystery Read More...

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Julie Ann Walker | The Soundtrack of Our Lives

Hi all you Fresh Fictioners! Julie Ann Walker here, delighted to be hawking... er... introducing my new romantic suspense series, Read More...

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Dee Tenorio | The Silent Hero and Why I Love Him

I’m a sucker for a thinking man, especially when it comes to writing characters. Pretty is nice, but give me a guy with deep, intelligent thoughts any day. Why Read More...

Fresh Chat

Tracy D. Comstock, author of SCHOOL'S OUT FOR MURDER, on High School, the Heartland, and Homework

Tracy D. Comstock, author of the Schooled in Murder series, joins Fresh Fiction to talk about Read More...

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Paul Levine on Bringing Together Jake Lassiter, Steve Solomon, and Victoria Lord

Paul Levine creates sparks in BUM RAP when he brings two of his series together. He joins Fresh Read More...

New and Now

How to Have a Successful First Book Date

Whenever I look for a new book, I sometimes feel like I'm starting a new relationship. I'm about to learn about someone or something new, I don't Read More...

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Monica Murphy | Heroes, Swoon-worthy Scenes, and What's in Store for Her Fans

Monica Murphy joins Fresh Fiction to talk about her hero's, swoon-worthy moments, and what's next for her fans! Jen: Hi, Monica. We’re so glad Read More...

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Suzanne Rock | Authors Write for Readers

While authors are admittedly in business to make money, the vast majority of them write because of a passion for storytelling or love of the craft. I am one of Read More...

News and Announcements

Hot Summer Deals for You Summer Reading

Gallery, Pocket and Pocket Star books has another round of great deals just as the summer begins to heats up! These deals include:

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Review of GO SET A WATCHMAN by Harper Lee

Reviewed by Debbie Wiley Harper Lee's Read More...

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Cynthia Ruchti | Between the Lines

“Do you journal?” The question wasn’t unexpected. Novelists are often asked if journaling is part of their writing process. The shelves of blank journals draw me as soon as Read More...

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Ashley Hodges Bazer | The Allure of Fairy Tales

Fairy tales have always fascinated me. The slipper, the poisoned apple, the hundred-year nap. Whether it was Grimm, Disney, or a musical by Stephen Sondheim, I could never get Read More...

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Review of HER BROTHER'S KEEPER by Beth Wiseman

Review by Audrey Lawrence Will deceit and lies help Charlotte Dolinsky find out the truth about her brother Read More...

Free eBooks

FREE for a Limited Time: WINTER'S CAMP by Jodi Thomas!

Pick up WINTER'S CAMP and begin the incredible journey into Read More...

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Lauraine Snelling | The Inspiration Behind SOMEDAY HOME

Watch a special video of Lauraine Snelling as she talks about the inspiration behind SOMEDAY HOME.

 

 

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