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Crossing Genres – A Guest Post

I love this post by Tabitha Conall. It's about mixing genres, not coloring within the lines. I love when authors do that - and do it well. Check out this post on Crossing Genres! ~~~ Have you been enjoying these posts? Be sure to check my website often, because I'm sure I'll have more for... Continue Reading →

On Writing Wolves: Best Alpha Females

It's Shifter Saturday! I've given you a bunch of posts from a bunch of authors, all talking shifters. And I have one more for you ... Heather Long is featured in this post, writing about something near and dear to my heart: Strong women. Specifically strong alpha shifter women. There are no simpering maidens in... Continue Reading →

Why We Love The Alpha

This post features paranormal and contemporary romance author, Kristen Strassel, who wrote about alpha males and why we just can't get enough, over on her own blog. Take a look:   Why We Love The Alpha   Oh, and Kristen is the next featured author over in my Facebook group, Come Wine with Tami. She's going to... Continue Reading →

Looking for a Good Shifter Read?

Love shifters? Just finished that last book, and looking for a new read? Some of these aren't exactly new reads, but that makes them no less worthy. Take a look at Kim Faulks's blog post about her favorite shifter romances:   My Five Favorite Shifter Romance   Be sure to check back soon. There's bound to be another... Continue Reading →

Blogging About Favorite Shifters

I haven't been blogging regularly lately, at least not here, on my own blog. Mostly that's because I'm blogging in other places. Once a month (usually on a Friday) you can find me over at the Writing Wenches website. Every two or three months on a Wednesday, you can read my words on the Soul... Continue Reading →

Mad May: Antagonistic Co-Workers

Thanks for hosting me on your blog, Tami, and especially for turning the spotlight on villains. They always complain that they never get enough credit for setting a book’s action in motion, so on their behalf, many thanks. The inspiration for the antagonist  in The Body Business came from a work experience I had, where the undertone... Continue Reading →

Interview With An Antagonist

More Than Words is the second book in the Madison Falls series. Ben and Tracy, best friends of Reed and Sophie, get their turn for romance. Tracy King, the cupcake queen, has given up on getting her prince charming to notice her. After over a year of coming to her bakery, Ben Carrington, tall, dark,... Continue Reading →

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