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May.04.2012
HomeParanormal RomanceDark Paranormal Heart of the Highland Wolf...
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May.12.2012
Not sure about the title, but Sourcebooks bought A SEAL Wolf Christmas!   It all began with To Tempt the Wolf and Hunter and his wolf pack!...
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May.30.2012
List Price: $7.99 Add to Cart   About the author: USA Today Bestselling author, Terry Spear writes urban fantasy for...
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Jul.06.2012
These are all pictures taken in Scotland. In the first, this was a little gate between the bed and breakfast we stayed at and the property next...
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Jul.07.2012
  Having a new cover is so exciting! Finishing the manuscript! Writing a new one! Editing the manuscript! The final, final read through! But...
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Jul.08.2012
First, we've got to start out with a wet hunk for the day. He doesn't have to be wet, but it appeals on a hot day. So first things first, we've...
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Jul.10.2012
Yes...or a wolf, but I'm really thinking a vampire. I don't want them to feel neglected either. What do my vamps have in common? They're dark...
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Jul.15.2012
Yes! Thumbs up! Relax. Rugged. Bronzed. And ready. Or like this. Lazy, Relaxed. Wild and fuzzy. Savage Hunger comes out in October.Or cool and...
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Jul.17.2012
  Let go! He's trying to reel you in, to save you from yourself. Oh, I know, you just want to see how hard he'll try to get you over to...
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Jul.18.2012
Book Of The Day – Winning The Highlander’s Heart by Greg on July 17, 2012   Today’s Book of the Day is a highly rated Historical Highland...
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Sep.08.2013
  If you live in the Northeast – especially Vermont and coastal New Jersey – you still remember vividly where you were the last weekend in...
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Mar.21.2009
Read more, write more.  I have been reading Stephen King's "On Writing" and two things stand out beyond the rest.  I know that everyone has...
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Feb.06.2010
The planned trial for five al Qaeda operatives for their role as enablers of the 9/11 hijackings omits from the list of enablers many whose conduct...
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Oct.23.2009
For must of us, personal growth is a natural part of life.  We try out many ways of coming into a better understanding of ourselves and those around...
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May.11.2010
Every day Poets & Writers Magazine scans the headlines—from publishing reports to academic announcements to literary dispatches—for all the news...
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Feb.26.2011
Creative Nonfiction Magazine (Fall 2010 – Issue 39)   Yet another litmag appeared in my mailbox recently – I’d entered a contest the magazine...
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Dec.02.2011
There's always a way... image via nytIt’s a story familiar to anyone seeking to break into the New York publishing world. Willie Osterweil, 25, an...
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Dec.07.2013
Visiting Tom: A Man, A Highway, andThe Road To Roughneck Grace, by Michael Perry   There’s a lot to say about this book, and I don’t think I can...
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Feb.04.2010
I'm excited about these workshops because I like hearing what others cook up, like incorporating our surroundings, like learning new things about...
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Oct.11.2010
Somewhere in a lake is the novel. It swims around, waiting for someone to land it. I imagine it to be a giant catfish, the kind that in a Disney...
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