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Dangerous Intent ~ Available Now and Event

It’s release day and I’m excited. Today my newest release is part of Desiree Holt’s Kindle Worlds for her The Omega Team series. We’re also having a party to celebrate the launch of the stories. I posted the link below. … Continue reading

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Ink Motions ~ Portrait in Death

Stil rereading JD Robb’s In Death series. I’m preparing for the next book in the series which releases February. I’m reading the one pictured. I love the whole In Death series. Now back to reading. Share This…

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Crenshaw Café…

This is posted on a monthly basis. Crenshaw Café is an informal facebook discussion group for readers who love the vibrant, sensually breathtaking, playful titillation, and emotional novels created by me. I’ll share news, exclusive sneak peeks, occasional exclusive free … Continue reading

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Creative Pursuits – Drawing

I mentioned a while ago about my need for one of my creative pursuits that I haven’t done in a while. Sucess, I finally got what I needed. Although I had a problem when I went to get it. I wanted … Continue reading

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Ink Motions with Olivia Night

Olivia Night, a fictional character herself, has always been an avid reader and writer. She found the romance genre in college and has never been able to get enough. One sleepless night, the main characters of Book One in her … Continue reading

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Ink Motions with Celia Aaron

  Celia Aaron is, by necessity, a pseudonym. This is because I am a fine, upstanding legal professional by day and a dark and dirty author by night. I formerly spent my days prosecuting bad boys and locking them up. … Continue reading

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Ink Motions with K.T. Black

Ink Motions – Interview How did you get the idea for your novel? There’s an old lifetime movie I liked called The World’s Oldest Living Bridesmaid. I did a variation on that theme and added in the paranormal element. What … Continue reading

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Ink Motions with Roslyn Bane

Ink Motions Blog How do you get an idea for your novel? At times I will see a person that catches my eye and I have the basics for a character. Other times I may overhear snippets of conversation and … Continue reading

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Ink Motions with Errin Stevens

Errin Stevens writes paranormal romance novels from her home in Minnesota, where she lives with her husband and son. Her first novel, Updrift, will debut with Liquid Silver Books in October 2015. For more information and updates, visit Errin’s web … Continue reading

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Ink Motions with Haley Whitehall

Haley Whitehall lives in Washington State where she enjoys all four seasons and the surrounding wildlife. She writes historical romance set in the 19th century U.S. When she is not researching or writing, she plays with her cats, watches the … Continue reading

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