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First Page Friday: Northern Escape

First Page Friday: Northern Escape

Los Angeles, California When the 907-area code first popped up on Ellis Hunter’s phone, he was busy. The kind of busy that left a guy naked in bed with a beautiful woman, indulging in one of his favorite activities.  Had he not been otherwise occupied he still...

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For the Love of Nerds

For the Love of Nerds

**Post originally published on USA Today's Happy Ever After Blog**   In Romancelandia, there are all kinds of heroes. Bad boys. Players. Billionaires. Soldiers. But one hero we don’t see enough of? The nerd. Where are all the glasses-wearing, number-crunching,...

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Gabe vs Jude

Gabe vs Jude

So, boys, let’s get right down to it, shall we? Why did you join the military? And what made you choose your branch? GABE: Because my father’s an admiral, it was just a given fact I’d go into the Navy. He’d have skinned me if I’d gone to any other branch. And I knew I...

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How to Write a Book in 5 Not-So-Easy Steps

Seasoned writers and newbies alike are always looking for easier ways to write a novel. Well, I’m here today to share my method…and I don’t recommend it. Really. Don’t do this. Step 1: “What if I Can’t Do This Again?” Procrastination via GIPHY My least favorite part...

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Scarred Not Broken

Scarred Not Broken

If you’ve read my books, you know I love a scarred character. Sometimes the scars are on their body. Sometimes in their hearts. For a long time, I called my characters “broken.” Until last year, my author tag line was “even the broken deserve a happily ever after.”...

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