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#ExcerptExchange: The Last Resort by Ember Leigh

Blurb: Rose Delaney is a baby bounty hunter, rescuing children from fugitive ex-spouses. All she wants is to return a recovered child to its mother and get back to her regimented solitary life. But when a snow storm leaves her and baby Emmy stranded, Rose has no choice but to lean on the ruggedly handsome…


My Writing Journey

Writing isn’t always a linear journey for me. There are fits and starts, good days and bad. Sometimes I write the story chronologically. Other stories come in seemingly haphazard segments, as my focus drifts from one disjointed scene to the next. My most productive days happen when something specific inspires me, usually a song, or…


My Not-So-Guilty Pleasures #MFRWAuthor

We all have guilty pleasures, although I’m not sure guilty is the correct word. The things that I really feel guilty about are not things that give me pleasure. Things like buying clothes that I rarely wear, or books that I never read do make me feel guilt, but the pleasure component isn’t there. I…


#EggcerptExchange: The Rest of Forever by Carrie Pulkinen

The Rest of Forever By Carrie Pulkinen Genre: Paranormal Romance – Angels Blurb: Suspended between two worlds—belonging to neither—April must let go of her dreams and embrace her duties in the afterlife to win the man she loves. April Carter is a high school history teacher who dreams of finding the perfect man to whisk…


#EggcerptExchange: Spirits of the Heart by Claire Gem

Spirits of the Heart by Claire Gem A Haunted Voices Novel  Blurb: An addiction counselor and a security guard struggle to free a little girl and her father, two lost spirits trapped inside an abandoned mental asylum. Addiction counselor Laura Horton returns from college to move in with an old friend and start her career….


Oooh! A Giveaway!

MARCH GIVEAWAY PROMOTIONKISS ME I’M IRISHThis is a special Facebook Promotion to help authors and readers interact with one another!


I Love Words. Except These.

I probably need to cover myself up front by saying that I know lots of people who use words that make me grind my teeth or roll my eyes. I still respect them in the morning. Words I find distasteful seem to fall into three categories. There are the profane words that polite society seems…


By Any Other Name

I have a habit of giving multiple names to people, pets, and books. Granted, I start out with perfectly acceptable names, but they tend to morph into whatever strikes my fancy at any given time or circumstance. For example, we adopted a cute little dog named Muffin. We were told she was 19 months old…


Dress Up, Dress Down with Kryssie Fortune

Please join me in welcoming author Kryssie Fortune to the LAM Blog! Great to have you here, Kryssie. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you, Trevann, for letting me drop by to talk about my book Sex, Scandal, and the Sheriff. My hero is a former Seal who turned sheriff when he was invalided out of the SEALS due to a…


Music Fuels Me #MFRWAuthor

Music effects us on a physical level as well as emotional. Our breath quickens, heart rate increases in response to some types of music. Music can calm those same functions. It’s logical that listening to music which enhances emotional responses in writers helps them express those feelings in their writing. ​We may not ever be lucky…


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