Monthly Archives: May 2013

Free Publicity Fridays

Lone Star Trouble by Autumn Piper Hot Texans, a stubborn redhead, and skin heads. I’m not even kidding. Skin heads. Set on a sheep herding ranch in Colorado, Lone Star Trouble delivers what it promises. Kiersten Day has trouble in … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Pugilism noun fighting with the fists Given her desires, Francine’s suggestion that her mate could possibly be in attendance at this bloodthirsty and brutal sporting event filled her with horror. Although, what if some quirk of fate brought the shifter … Continue reading

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Whoot! It’s new release time!

Road Rage is out! Official release day is June 3rd, but I’m thrilled to announce my second Lyrical Press romance, Road Rage, is up on Amazon (ebook only)! All June long, I’ve got fun guest blog posts and events scheduled, including some … Continue reading

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Murphy’s Law by Jennifer Lowery A gruff, scarred recluse with a painful past and a single mom on the run from people who want to take her daughter from her. At the heart of Jennifer Lowery’s Murphy’s Law is a … Continue reading

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The Countdown Begins

2 Weeks to Road Rage! My second Lyrical Press release, Road Rage, will be officially released June 3rd! Don’t want to wait to get your Derek & Cami fix? Click on the banner, like Lyrical’s Facebook page and get exclusive Lyrical-fan-only … Continue reading

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Risk Factors by Calisa Rhose Today, I’m super excited to share a sweet romance by a fellow Lyrical Press author, Calisa Rhose. It was my privilege to interview Calisa a few weeks ago. Now I get to give my quick and … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Pheresis noun a procedure in which blood is drawn and separated into its components by dialysis; some are retained and the rest are returned to the donor by transfusion “… I signed up for a blood drive at my office … Continue reading

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