PNR New Releases & Sales: November

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Check out November’s new releases, free & on-sale romance novels. Though I am a paranormal romance author, I included PNR, SCI-FI, Fantasy, and this month a couple contemporary romances in my list. Find a new author or book, and if you like paranormal vampire romance, be sure to sign up for my newsletter at the end of the blog post. … Read More

Uh, Is Latvia a Real Country?

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Latvia who? Latvia where? One of the main settings for my first vampire, romance series is Latvia. Since most people don’t know about it, I decided to share a bit. (Don’t feel bad if you’re clueless, I sure don’t mind talking about it.) By the way, people have frequently asked me if it’s a real country. My paternal grandparents were … Read More

PNR New Releases & Sales: October

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Hello, Fabulous Paranormal Romance Readers! Here’s October’s list of new releases and sales. We even have a box set and some Fantasy/Sci-Fi Romance amongst our midst, so read on! New Release! Release Date: Oct. 28, 2016 Author Name: Ainsley Evans Title:  Eternal Hunger Genre: Historical Paranormal Romance Blurb: London, 1860. Emily Adams has been told by doctors she has less … Read More

PNR New Releases & Sales

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Welcome to my new blog post dedicated to Paranormal Romance New Releases and Sales! I’m excited to present to you books that are either on sale, new, free, or hopped on the promo list for a cool ride for the months of September and October. Sometimes you’ll find a related genre, but mostly my blog will focus on PNR. Check … Read More

Autumn: Food & Creativity

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  It’s not officially autumn, but here in the Northern Hemisphere we already feel the effects of the earth shifting. Canadian geese fly over my house heading south, the nights cool down faster, and the trees are losing their green color and leaves. Many of us mourn the loss of light, and with reason; with the long days of summer … Read More

Paranormal Romance Promo OPP

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  If we were having coffee, I would drink a nice mocha with almond milk and whipped cream, tell you how my books are going, share an awesome paranormal romance author promotional opportunity, and talk about a fall, Halloween Facebook Hop I’m going to be involved in. So pull up your chair, grab a cup of coffee, and let’s have … Read More

Ten Awesome Vampire Songs

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  I came up with this blog post while tweeting with other paranormal romance authors about vampire music. I used the songs to give you a flavor of what kind of writing will be in my paranormal, vampire romance series. Of course you won’t get a real idea until they are published, but if you read on you’ll find out … Read More

Vampires: Ten Fun Facts

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  Time for a blog series on vampires! This is the first of four and its going to be fun. In this post I’ll cover vampire trivia–how to tell if someone is a vampire, burials, magical powers, that sort of thing. Please return for more awesome blog posts later. (Future subjects are a surprise.) 10. Vampire Burials A long time … Read More

The Dirty Dozen: When Organic?

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  The dirty dozen sounds like an old western movie. Watch out, the dirty dozen is heading for your town and everyone should take cover. The dirty dozen: a gun slinging gang of bandits bringing trouble into every town they set foot in. In reality the dirty dozen is twelve fruits and vegetables that have a high number of pesticides … Read More

Five Tools to Enjoy Editing

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  Editing a novel can be a big headache, but I have found a few ways of tricking myself to enjoy the process. Before the novel I’m working on now, I didn’t like to edit at all. It annoyed me how long it took, how detail oriented it is, and I felt like I would rather “create”. Mind-Set as an … Read More