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Craig’s Heart Legacy Book 7 by NJ Walters

Tweet One day she gave notice at her job on a Friday morning. On Sunday afternoon, she received a tentative acceptance for her first erotic romance novel, Annabelle Lee, and life would never be the same. N.J. has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travellers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbours with... read more

Safe by Mark Zubro

Tweet Mark Zubro is the author of twenty-six novels and five short stories. His book A Simple Suburban Murder won the Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Men’s mystery. Alien Quest, his first book in a gay science fiction epic series and Pawn of Satan, his next book in his Paul Turner series are just out. He spends his time reading, writing, napping, and eating chocolate. Safe is a tragic story, but one... read more

The Redhead Plays Her Hand by Alice Clayton

Tweet Novelist Alice Clayton makes her home in St. Louis where she enjoys gardening but not weeding, baking but not cleaning up after, and is trying desperately to get her long-time boyfriend to make her an honest woman–and please buy her a Bernese Mountain dog. Alice enjoys pickles, Bloody Marys, eight hours of sleep and a good pounding. Redhead Grace Sheridan is a modern day heroine with an... read more

A Wolf at Her Door by Jasmine Aherne

Tweet Jasmine has been making up stories as long as she can remember! She’s now delighted that people would like to read about the men, women, and magical creatures running amok in her head.   A Wolf at Her Door is a fairy tale of a love story. Jasmine Aherne brought to life the dreams of every single reader who wishes for a special someone to walk through life with.  A true Cinderella story with a... read more

Touched by Lightning by Danica Avet

Tweet Danica Avet was born and raised in the wilds of South Louisiana where mosquitoes are big enough to carry off small children and there are only two seasons: hot and hotter. With a BA in History, she figured there were enough fry cooks in the world and decided to try her hand at writing. Writing is how she gives the voices in her head a way out. They speak to her constantly wanting their stories told... read more

Prey and Prejudice by Marie Harte

Tweet Marie Harte is an avid reader who loves all things scifi, fantasy and paranormal. Reading romances since she was twelve, she fell in love with books and knew writing was her calling. Twenty-plus years later, the Marine Corps, a foray through Information Technology, and children, and her dream has finally come true. Marie lives in Oregon with her family and loves hearing from readers. A writer who... read more

Two Turtledoves by Leah Sanders

Tweet A middle child in a family of seven children, Ms. Sanders has a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Southeastern University and a master’s degree in educational technology from Boise State University. Living in Idaho with her husband and three children (no pets), she has been teaching English for 16 years, mostly in high school. She always loved to write but it took the encouragement of... read more

Truth and Humility by J.A. Dennam

Tweet For over twenty years, Ms. Dennam has been ensconced in her career as a painter of Western art.  The publication and success of her novels made her recent decision to forgo her fine art career in lieu of her writing career a simple one.  Her passion for writing far outshines all other passions and she has only just begun to build her list of achievements in this field. This passion for storytelling... read more

Miracle Road by Emily March

Tweet Emily March (aka Geralyn Dawson) is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the heartwarming, critically acclaimed Eternity Springs romantic women’s fiction series published by Ballantine Books.  Emily has written over 25 novels, novellas and short stories in a variety of subgenres including historical romance, contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and women’s... read more

Savannah by Eugenia Price

Tweet Even the word “prolific” just doesn’t seem to adequately describe Eugenia Price. She was more than that—a tireless force who dedicated long hours to her writing, personally answered all of her fan mail, spent long hours in meticulous research, handled her own business affairs, and even negotiated with publishers herself. All 39 of her books—both fiction and nonfiction—were written... read more

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