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You'll laugh and you'll cry reading this cozy southern mystery


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Fiona Ferguson's troubles began with a kiss . . .


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Love is about to start conquering...


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When intimate time diminishes...and lives get more hectic...


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A Fairy Tale Murder...



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Readers and Authors Talk...

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Larissa Ione | Top Five Favorite Angels and Demons

Thanks, Fresh Fiction! Excited to be here, and super excited to share with you my list of Top Five Favorite Angels and Demons from TV and the Movies! So let Read More...

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Susannah Scott | 2 Smart Russians

When my husband and I starting building our home last year, we were delighted to learn that there was a quiet enclave of Russian craftsman whom had settled in the Read More...

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Jeffe Kennedy | The Emergence of Fantasy Romance

When I first started writing Fantasy Romance, I didn’t know that’s what it was. After all, none of the books I read said “Fantasy Romance” on the spine Read More...

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Katie Lane | Top 5 Reasons to Go Cowboy-Crazy

1. Tight jeans. Sometimes a picture speaks louder than words. 2. Snap-down shirts. What woman wouldn’t like to be able to take a hot guy’s shirt off Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Sylvia McDaniel's Christmas Cheese Ball

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Linda O. Johnston's Superstitious Fruit Basket

To the Fresh Fiction virtual Holiday Potluck, I would bring a fruit basket that contains apples, strawberries, peaches, pears, plums and bananas. I am currently writing the Superstition Mysteries Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Jennifer Bray-Weber's Swashbuckling Cocktails

Pirates love to drink liquor. Especially one wily pirate—Henri—in my Romancing the Pirate series. He has a fancy for bows in his beard and an insatiable Read More...

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Cleo Coyle's Gingerbread Snowballs

The best holiday gift of all doesn’t come with a bow. It’s the gift of love. And these beautiful little sugar-dusted gingerbread cookies, baked with love, are Read More...

Young Adult Musings

Sugarplum Fairies, Christmas Miracles, Santa: Not this Year

Every year from Halloween to Christmas, people begin the frantic schedule of Holiday parties, shopping, family visits, and the marathon of sugary, sweet Christmas movies and romances that play 24 Read More...

Breaking News

Sloane B. Collins | Fun Facts About LOVE REDESIGNED

Thank you so much for inviting me to blog today here on Fresh Fiction. I’m excited to share what inspired me to write my debut novel Read More...

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Cynthia Sax | Hitting the Halfway Mark for SINFUL REWARDS

Fresh Fiction is thrilled to welcome bestselling author Cynthia Sax today! Cynthia, congrats on being halfway through Read More...

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Hanna Martine | What Do You Love Most About Contemporary Romance?

Clearly you love reading romance (because you have excellent taste and are fabulous), but what aspects of contemporary romance novel relationships really make your heart do that skippity-jumpy thing Read More...

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Amanda Usen | The Deep, Dark Making of MAKE ME, TAKE ME

I did things in my wilding days that make me wince and suck in a slow, tight breath of sadder-but-wiser air. The most humiliating among them is this Read More...

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Fresh Cover Reveal | ASA by Jay Crownover

We are so excited about the cover reveal for Jay Crownover's ASA! ASA is the sixth and final book in Jay's Marked Men Series, published Read More...

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Tiffany Reisz | One Tip to Keep a Series Fresh

“A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” – Steve Jobs As of today (November 22, 2014 when I’m writing this Read More...

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Jennifer Dawson | Behind the Something New Series

The Something New series was never intended to be a series at all. My original idea was a runaway bride walks into a dive bar, hooks up with Read More...

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Diane Alberts | Breaking the Stereotypes

Hello! I’m Diane Alberts, but I also write as Jen McLaughlin! I am here today because I just released a new book in my Shillings Agency series Read More...

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E.J. Copperman | Behind Inspector Specter

“Where do you get your ideas?” Writers get this question all the time. It’s an honest question asked by readers and in some cases interviewers who want to know Read More...

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Krista Davis | The Legend of Becca Wraith

Is there a ghost story from your youth that stands out in your mind? One that gave you chills? Maybe a local story or a traditional campfire tale? Holly Miller Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Donna Alward's Favorite Stuffed Mushrooms

I never liked mushrooms as a kid. I still don’t like them raw. But I LOVE them cooked and this is one of my favorite recipes. They’re great Read More...

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Nan Rossiter's Family Recipe for Swedish Glug

This recipe for Swedish Glüg has been in my family for generations. One of my characters in my short story, Christmas on Cape Cod -- which can be found in Read More...

News and Announcements

Grab a copy of "Miracles in the Making" available for free until December 31!

I am happy to announce that my latest novella, "Miracles in the Making" has been released! This charming seasonal romance will be available for free until December 31st! Here's Read More...

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Holiday Hawaiian Iced Teas from Kat and Stone Bastion

I tapped the mic. “This thing on?” Hannah nudged me, shaking her head. “Cade, they can hear you.” Two girls in the back raised their pale yellow drinks. One shouted Read More...

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Janet Chester Bly | The Right Start: Fans Weigh In On First Pages

In the early stages of a doing a first draft for my first solo novel, WIND IN THE WIRES, I Read More...

Cozy Corner

Getting Cozy with the Crystal Fig Affair

USA Today Bestselling Author Molly Cannon has a busy holiday season. With three releases, Read More...

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Sylvia McDaniel | Lipstick In the Old West

Currently I’m working on a new series called Lipstick and Lead set in the late 1800s. It’s about three sisters who are bounty hunters, which is Read More...

Author News

Bestselling Immortal Guardians Books On Sale, Starting at Only $1.99!

Looking for a gift to buy that special someone in your life who loves paranormal romance? Or are you, perhaps, looking for a new series to try yourself? Then warm Read More...

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Ally Broadfield | Why All of My Heroines Love Jewelry

If I could get away with it, I would probably wear pajamas all the time, but my grandmother never left the house unless she was wearing the perfect outfit, had Read More...

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Lia Davis | Vampire, Gargoyles, and Christmas?

One is a subspecies of demon. Another is a guardian. And, well, Christmas is the last holiday many would expect to see either of them celebrate. With Lilith, the mother Read More...

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Katlyn Duncan | Writing New Adult Versus Young Adult

I think each genre has their own challenges that a writer must overcome, but today we’ll focus on two that I have some recent experience in: New Adult versus Read More...

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Deadly Delicious White Chocolate Eggnog Cocoa

In DEADLY HOLIDAY Tory and Jordan enjoyed a mug of this with family and friends on Christmas day Read More...

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Festive Mojitos from Talia Hunter

Down here in the Southern Hemisphere, we celebrate the holiday season a little differently. We enjoy sunshine rather than snow, and Santa is more likely to be wearing board shorts Read More...

Interviews You Don't Want to Miss...

Talking about 'The Escape' with David Baldacci

Earlier this month author David Baldacci sat down with Fresh Fiction to talk about his newest booksRead More...

Young Adult Musings

Young Adult Novels to Read over Winter Break

One of the best parts of the school year is Winter Break because it means finally catching up on all the books that have been waiting patiently on the bookshelf Read More...

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Erin Lindsey | The Bloodbound Series

We are pleased to welcome the talented Erin Lindsey (also writing as E.L Tettensor) to Fresh Fiction today to discuss the first novel in a new fantasy Read More...

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Gina Danna | The Rockstars of Ancient Rome

Every culture has their stars. Sometimes they are artists like actors or actresses, singers, painters and musicians. Sometimes they are athletes – Olympians, football quarterbacks, basketball stars, soccer players, Major League Read More...

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Diana Cosby | Giving The Gift Of Thanks

Gifts come in many shapes and sizes, but I believe the most precious ones are those delivered from the heart. It's easy to get caught up in the mayhem Read More...

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Jessica Peterson | Behind The Hope Diamond Trilogy

As any writer will tell you, the ideas are the (kind of) easy part – it’s the writing that’s difficult, the (sometimes magical, other times not so much!) slog Read More...

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Shawntelle Madison | Crafting a YA Sci-Fi

I’m so excited to visit Fresh Fiction again and chat about my latest release and how I finally got a chance to apply some of the graduate school classes Read More...

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Wynter Daniels | Picking Favorites

It’s one of the cardinal rules of parenthood—don’t play favorites with your kids. I think I did a pretty good of obeying that one when I was Read More...

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Q&A with Syrie James, Author of JANE AUSTEN'S FIRST LOVE

I've heard that you just got back from The Jane Austen Society of North America's yearly conference. What sort of things happen at a conference of this Read More...

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Rebecca Yarros | New Adult Roller Coaster

Ah, New Adult…Man, I love this little genre. It’s the age where you’re finally making peace with not only who you are, but how you relate to Read More...

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Joyce Lavene and Jim Lavene | Cats and Witches

Like cats and mysteries, cats and witches just seem to go together. Witches have had cat familiars for as long as anyone can recall. They were friends and companions through Read More...

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Charlene Groome | Hit the Ice

Carla Sinclair is the likeable TV sports anchor in Vancouver. She’s driven to do the best job she can and break stories before her competition. She does this well Read More...

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Rebecca M. Hale | A Watchful Society

The third installment of the Mystery in the Islands series, AGROUND ON ST. THOMAS, opens with a grand Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Traci Andrighetti's Rosolio Recipe

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Lindsay McKenna's Christmas Cheesecake

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you Read More...

Interviews You Don't Want to Miss...

A Conversation with Bernard Cornwell, author of THE EMPTY THRONE

Great news! The newest book in the Saxon Series will be out next year AND the first book's adaptation, THE LOST KINGDOM, has already entered into production. BBC will Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Hebby Roman's Homemade Tamales

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

DiAnn Mills Brings the Best Bread Pudding

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are kindly offering their recipes so you Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Cheryl Bolen's Pumpkin Bread, for Giving

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you Read More...

Cozy Corner

Cozy Christmas Wish List

It’s that time of year. Decorations are up, black Friday is behind you, and holiday gifts are being scratched off your list. Or if you’re like me, that Read More...

Fresh Fiction Blog

Shelley K. Wall | Strange Collections

Do you have any strange collections? Recently my husband cleaned out a cabinet under the sink and found that I’d been hoarding wet-ones without knowing. It wasn’t Read More...

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T.C. LoTempio | Of Cats and Cozies

Most of the mysteries on my bookshelf, I confess, are cozy mysteries. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the genre, cozies are a subgenre of crime fiction Read More...

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Lucy Burdette | Key West: Where Characters Drop from Trees

Drop from trees like overripe mangos, I should say! A couple of years ago, I began to plan my Key West mystery series. I had the idea for a food Read More...

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Cleo Coyle | Once Upon a Grind and a Magic Bean Necklace Giveaway

Do you have a favorite fairy tale? Mine is Cinderella, but I am no Disney princess. While I love pumpkins, I’d rather turn one into a pie, cake, or Read More...

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Jade Lee | It's Done!!

Guess what???

A monthly quiz with loads of fun, strange images, and who knows, maybe even a giveaway!

All Read More...

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Tina Ann Forkner | My Summer of Romance Novels

One summer when I was about sixteen and out of books to read, I happened across a heavy brown paper bag full of books. I knew they were my mom Read More...

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Aaron Tabor | Jesus Daily

This Christmas, give the gift of daily hope and inspiration. JESUS DAILY, the book based on the themes of Read More...

News and Announcements

K.B. Hoyle | BREEDER Blog Tour

Fresh Fiction is proud to participate in the blog tour for BREEDER by Read More...

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Lucy Monroe | CIS Duo Out Now

Every book I write is special to me, but some have memories associated with them that give the books a particular place in my heart. My Corporate Information Systems duo Read More...

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Alyssa Alexander | A Heroine's Sharp Edges

So there I was. Staring at the computer screen around 4:30 am and wondering who would be the heroine of my next book. I already had a wonderful (hawt Read More...

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Eileen Dreyer | The Risks and Rewards of Writing a Series

Mind you, I've never done this before. Write a series, that is. Not intentionally, anyway. I tend to discover secondary characters along the way as I write and realize Read More...

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Katee Robert | Bless the Dirty Talking Hero

We all love him. You know the one – the hero who likes to whisper things that make both the reader and the heroine melt. He always knows the right thing Read More...

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Isabel Cooper | Highland Dragons

THE HIGHLAND DRAGON'S LADY, in retrospect, involves just a vast amount of people running around in the Read More...

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Megan Mulry | Miki’s Bucket List for the Adventurous Woman

The heroine of my latest release, ROULETTE, is very buttoned-up in some ways and very daring in Read More...

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Collette Cameron | Triumph and Treasure

One of the things I love the most about writing historical romance is coming across superstitions, old wives’ tales, and myths I can incorporate into my stories. Some superstitions I Read More...

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Sofia Tate | Top 5 Italian Romantic Escapes

What is it about Italy? I’ve been lucky to have visited the nation of la dolce vita three times in my life-Rome, Florence, Milan, and Venice Read More...

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Jayne Fresina | A Heroine in Charge

"I once stared down a bull that got free of its rope in a crowded souk. I've climbed a banyan tree— barefoot in a monsoon— to rescue a Read More...

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Lorelei James | More of the Mastered Series

As an erotic romance author, one of the first questions I’m asked is if I’ve “done” every sexual scenario I’ve written about…Umm…No. The really funny Read More...

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Laura Childs | Happy Holidays and Remember When

A guest blog from Laura Childs, author of the Cackleberry Club Mysteries, Tea Shop Mysteries, and Scrapbooking Mysteries. As I fuss about my writing studio, stumbling over sleeping Read More...

Fresh Fiction Blog

Juliet Blackwell | Hearst Castle Dreams

About halfway down the coast of California stands a grand estate on a hill overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Called San Simeon, or Hearst’s Castle, it is, indeed, much more Read More...

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Duffy Brown | Learning to Ride

Question: What is the hardest part of learning to ride a bike? Answer: The pavement. Evie Bloomfield here, all the way from Chicago to the Read More...

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Kara Braden | Heat Up Your Winter on the Isles of Scilly with THE DEEPEST NIGHT

Just off the coast of Cornwall lies the most gorgeous, welcoming holiday destination you’ve probably never heard of: the Isles of Scilly, a place of puffins and palm trees Read More...

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Susan Fox | Opposites – Or Not So Much?

Have you noticed that romance fiction often involves an attraction of opposites? And that as the story progresses, the heroine and hero find out that they actually have some important Read More...

Author News

Lia Davis | A look ahead to the New Year

Wow, where has 2014 gone? I just got use to writing the date and now I have to get use to 2015. LOL. 2014 has been a wild roller coaster Read More...

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Traci Andrighetti | Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, But COZY CHRISTMAS CAPERS Is Already Here!

If you like cozy Christmas crime, then you’ll love COZY CHRISTMAS CAPERS! Read More...

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Isabella Alan | Rogue Amish

It’s hard to believe that MURDER, SERVED SIMPLY is my eighth book featuring Amish characters. Throughout those Read More...

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Ann Purser | Suspicion at Seven

SUSPICION AT SEVEN is the latest in my Lois Meade Mystery series, and involves another murder hunt alongside Read More...

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Liz Johnson | 5 Reasons SEALs Make Great Romance Heroes

For the last three years, I’ve been writing about navy SEALs, and I’ve been reading about them for a lot longer than that. Biographies, true accounts of their Read More...

Author News

Put Some Suspense in Your Holidays

This month I have two romantic suspense books out—THE YULETIDE RESCUE, Book 1 in my Alaskan Search and Read More...

Cozy Corner

Teresa Lee Watson Talks About Her New Ghost Writer Mystery Series

I absolutely loved the premise of Teresa Lee Watson’s latest release,Read More...

Fresh Fiction Blog

Elisabeth Barrett | Second Chance Love...in Napa...for New Year's

I don't know about you, but I totally love a good second chance romance. In a second chance romance, love, once lost, is eventually found and oftentimes Read More...

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Lindsay McKenna | WOLF HAVEN -- a Wyoming book

Dear Reader, At last, my next Wyoming series book! Starting in 2015, I will have two Read More...

Fresh Fiction Blog

Sara Reyes | Reflections on Giving Thanks

Happy Thanksgiving

It's the day of thanks and reflection on those people and things I'm most happy to have in my life. This year, I decided Read More...

Young Adult Musings

Binge-Worthy YA Series

For the last week and a half, I’ve had a head cold. The type that makes every part of the body ache and getting out of bed a Herculean Read More...

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Tracy Wolff | Holidays: The Time for #Bingereading

First of all, I want to say thank you to the Fresh Fiction crowd for having me today! I absolutely adore these people and am so thankful that I have Read More...

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Hope Ramsay | Ties That Bind

Tomorrow, all over America, families will convene to celebrate Thanksgiving. There will be cooks in the kitchen making old family favorites. There will be football, family gossip, and getting down Read More...

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Cindi Madsen | Whipping Up a Good Holiday Read

1 Swoon-Worthy Hero That pretty much goes unsaid I guess, but it is one of the most important ingredients. In Read More...

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Tiffany Reisz | One Tip to Keep a Series Fresh

“A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” – Steve Jobs As of today (November 22, 2014 when I’m Read More...

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Brandy Purdy | The Ripper's Wife

I have been fascinated by Jack the Ripper ever since I was a little girl. In 1988, the 100th anniversary of the Whitechapel Murders, my mother gave me a paperback Read More...

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Eileen Dreyer | Teased by TWICE TEMPTED

Hoping to be tempted? Read this special excerpt from Eileen Dreyer's ravishing historical romance TWICE TEMPTED.

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Laura Kaye | Writing an Amputee Hero

I'm so excited to be here at Fresh Fiction on release day to celebrate my new book, HARD Read More...

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Inara Scott | Your Secret Indulgence

Right now, I have three things hidden in my sock drawer. Item one: a large bag of left-over Halloween candy. (To clarify, the bag is large, but the candy Read More...

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Marina Adair | Most Romantic Inns of the South

I love traveling almost as much as I love romance. Which made researching for my latest release, SUGAR’S Read More...

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Shannyn Schroeder | The Best Things About Fall

I am a lover of summer. I despise winter, so I really don’t hold much fondness for fall since it leads straight to the one season I hate. Some Read More...

News and Announcements

2 Book Bundle from Margaret Dalley

Deadly Hunt: All bodyguard Tess Miller wants is a vacation. But when a wounded stranger stumbles into her isolated cabin in the Arizona mountains, Tess becomes his lifeline Read More...

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Fresh Cover Reveal | ACCELERATE by Tracy Wolff

A sexy carjacker takes a would-be starlet for the ride of her life as a pulse-pounding new series from New York Times bestselling author Read More...

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Vanessa Kelly | Renegade Royals

I have so much to be thankful for this week, including the fact that I have a new historical romance release out tomorrow. Read More...

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Sheri Cobb South | Family Plot

As a writer of fiction, I tend to spend a good deal of time in an imaginary world of my own creation; that seems to come with the territory, and Read More...

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Sheila Roberts | Plenty of Holiday Spirit for Me

I remember last Christmas asking myself, “What would happen if Santa ever lost his holiday spirit?” Hopefully, Christmas is about more than the jolly, old guy in the red suit Read More...

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Susan Meier | Chasing the Runaway Bride

Happy Thanksgiving! We always think of heroes and heroines in romance novels as being lucky, but most have to go through some trials before they reach their happily ever after Read More...

Author News

Peggy Webb's Risky Brides Box Set is Coming Soon!

New this month from Peggy Webb is a team effort with 8 other authors, Read More...

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Wendy Sparrow | Where Heroes Come From

One of the most common questions asked of writers is where our ideas come from, but far less frequently asked is where our characters come from. I remember reading that Read More...

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Randi Cooley Wilson | Why I Write New Adult

If you stop to think about your life’s story, as a whole, you’ll discover each layer is composed of many chapters filled with mystery, romance, relationships, and outcomes Read More...

News and Announcements

Shadow Crossing has launched!

Shadow Crossing is now available! She’s an ex-smuggler who stumbles into an insidious interstellar cover-up. He’s a super-sexy, enigmatic android—or is he? Hidden identities Read More...

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C.D. Reiss | RUIN's Release Day

    C.D. Reiss' Ruin Release
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Fresh Cover Reveal | MY HIGHLAND LOVER by Maeve Greyson

Fresh Fiction is thrilled to showcase the steamy cover for the upcoming time travel romance MY HIGHLAND LOVER, which was Read More...

Cozy Corner

A Cozy Feast for the Season

It’s that time of year when all the holiday meals, goodies and treats surround us with the aromas and tastes to kill for… at least in fiction. Hopefully in Read More...

News and Announcements

Kirkus Starred Review

Kirkus gave IN YOUR DREAMS a starred review. The book has been nominated for the prestigious Kirkus Prize of $50,000. This is Higgins's fifth starred review and fourth Read More...

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Fresh Fiction Local Recap | Seventh Annual Readers & 'Ritas Conference was a Smashing Success

Fresh Fiction staff would like to extend a big thank-you to everyone who came out for this year's Read More...

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Jillian Neal | Who Doesn’t Love... Love?

I’m so thrilled to be here blogging with Fresh Fiction this morning! Thank you for having (reading) me. At the ripe old age of 13, one sunny day, my Read More...

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Top 10 with Jennifer Zane | Favorite Places... So Far!

Here's a list of my top ten favorite places to visit. These are spots that I've been to and LOVE, not bucket list destinations (that's a different Read More...

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Sonya Weiss | Writing Influences

Someone asked me if I could do any other profession except write, what it would be. I would have become a veterinarian. I’ve always loved animals. I think I Read More...

 

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