January 21st, 2018
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MY NOT SO PERFECT LIFE

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Someone in London is cooking up murder …


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How much would you risk to turn your life around?


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RT TOP PICK! What if your prime suspects in a hefty art theft are two men you simply can't resist?


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In Nashville the music is louder, the dreams are bigger, and love can bring a cowboy to his knees.


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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy



New Year, New Books to love in January


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Gail Ingis | Celebrate Every Day Like It's Your Birthday

Happy Birthday Tom! Happy Birthday TomRead More...

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Valerie Fraser Luesse | Top Five Places To Experience "Southern Noir"

Years ago, I had the opportunity to interview singer-songwriter Kate Campbell, who remains one of my favorite artists. Kate talked about something she called "Southern noir," which has nothing Read More...

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Kira Archer | Baby Anxiety

My new release, THE BILLIONAIRE'S UNEXPECTED BABY, centers around an unconventional couple who is preparing for the arrival of Read More...

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Juliette Cross | Hardcore Alpha Vs. Sensual Seducer

I had a conversation with a friend the other day, debating why independent-minded, strong-willed women crave alpha males. She, being one of these women with quite an affinity Read More...

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My Top 5 Favorite Books of Childhood

Meg Ryan nailed it. In You've Got Mail, bookstore owner Kathleen Kelly (Ryan) stands behind the counter of Read More...

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Elizabeth Heiter | Three Heroes Are Better Than One

I love writing series. As a reader, you get to return to favorite characters and follow along as someone new gets center stage. As a writer, you get much of Read More...

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Meet Mercy Kilpatrick (of self-named series by Kendra Elliot)

A MERCIFUL SECRET is the third book in my Mercy Read More...

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Sara Baysinger | Why Being "Heard" by A Love Interest Matters in Books and IRL

The main theme of my newly released YA/SciFi novel, THE VANISHING SPARK OF DUSK, is to "Be Heard". While Read More...

Cozy Corner

It's a Cozy New Year!

The new year is always filled with fresh prospects, new beginnings and hope for a better tomorrow. Yet sometimes, you just want to hang onto what made you comfortable last Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Colorful And Cozy

Baby it's cold outside. Boy is it ever! But Tom and I are all snug as two bugs in a rug with our wood stove and our stack of Read More...

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Laura Frantz | Dressing Your Historical Heroine ~ and Yourself

When I first began writing historical fiction as a young girl, I was a blank slate about petticoats, bum rolls, stays, jumps, busks, stockings and garters, and whatnot. Fast forward Read More...

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Roni Loren | The Beauty of a Paper Reading Journal

If any of you follow me on social media, you'll know I'm a bit of a paper product junkie. I'm a diehard devotee to my paper planner Read More...

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Terry Spear | My New Year Resolutions

Write, write, write. I plan to have two new wolf books and a jaguar book for 2018, need to figure out who and what. For the jaguar one, I want Read More...

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Excerpt of EYE OF THE FALCON by Dale Mayer

Eagle went straight to the spare bedroom, wishing he had more hands available as he struggled to pull back the blanket so he could lay the broken woman on Read More...

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Author/Reader Match: Denise Grover Swank

Writes: DEADLY SUMMER is a humorous southern romance mystery. Summer Butler returns to her hometown in southern Alabama Read More...

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Nicole Helm | Dinner Party Guests...

If you could invite any five characters (from books or movies or TV) to dinner, who would they be and why? It's impossible to pick only Read More...

Author News

Gail Ingis | New Year's Resolutions in Reverse

We didn't need to return the champagne. Two sips, done and yum! Read More...

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Amanda Bouchet | Five Things that set my Heart on Fire

I've always believed that to be passionate about something is a gift. Personally, passions give me something to dream about, to look forward to, and to pour my love Read More...

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Amanda Forester | EARL INTERRUPTED

Captain Lord Darington is accustomed to commanding his ship as a much renowned and feared privateer. Who would have thought it would be on English soil that he would be Read More...

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Scarlett Cole | Top 5 Inspirations for Preload Rock Stars

I'm so happy to be visiting Fresh Fiction today, and I thought I'd share with you a list of the things that inspired me to write my Read More...

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Marie Harte | 5 Ways Lou Plans to Woo His Lady

Lou Cortez—badass mechanic, amazing paint specialist, artist extraordinaire, and lady killer. Lou knows women. He's got his mother, grandmother, five sisters, and over a dozen other female relatives Read More...

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Is Dana Marton Your Match?

Author Reader Match

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the "Reader Match" where we introduce you Read More...

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Stacey Lynn | It's fake until...it becomes real!

Fake Wife Excerpt

"We're going to be married, Teagan. Don't you think it is your business to know what your future husband is doing, and Read More...

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Sonali Dev | Kimi, A Heroine with Unique Challenges and an Even More Unique Spirit

Characters always come to me before plots. Plots in fact are something I have to wrestle down, often earning me a few hundred gray hairs before a book is done Read More...

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Becky McGraw | Excerpt from HARD LANDING

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Hawk's heart had never been so full, he thought, as he held his daughter to his shoulder and gently patted her back the way Maddie Read More...

Author News

It's Time For Some Scrooge

My angel is all caught up in the holiday spirit. No matter what I say, she insists I take the time to enjoy the tree lights and sing Christmas carols Read More...

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Dani Pettrey | X is for Xerach

Hi, friends! I'm super excited to share today's word with you. It was a little interesting come up with an applicable word for X, but I found one Read More...

 

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