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Spy’s Honor Takes Home a Prism Award

Fantasy Romance Author Amy Raby Wins a Prism Award! Fantasy, Futuristic, and Paranormal Romance Writers is a chapter of RWA dedicated to romance that takes readers beyond the normal, beyond the expected. Every year, they hold The Prism Contest for … 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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Tuesday’s Word

Plethoric adjective Having an excess of bodily fluid, particularly blood. He was red-faced, burly and plethoric, with a pair of very small twinkling eyes which looked keenly out from between swollen and puffy pouches. Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan; Doma Publishing … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Cantle noun the back of a saddle seat    Bouncing awkwardly on the saddle’s cantle, she looked back. The guards were jogging after them, but in a desultory way; they could not outrun a horse. Her poor bay was still … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Hawser noun A heavy cable or rope that is used for tying up or pulling a ship The hair rose on the nape of Lucien’s neck. He’d never seen Vitala like this. When she’d fought at the bonfire, she’d been … Continue reading

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What Makes a Great Critique Group?

Kristen Lamb is one of my absolute favorite bloggers.  She has a way of dragging me into her posts with her engaging, honest, and fun writing style despite the inevitable pile of work on my plate. I always learn something … Continue reading

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