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Author Q&A With Anne Butler Montgomery

Anne Butler Montgomery has worked as a television sportscaster, newspaper and magazine writer, teacher, author, and amateur sports official. She finished her on-camera broadcasting career with a two-year stint as the studio host for the NBA’s Phoenix Suns. Montgomery was a freelance and/or staff reporter for six publications, writing sports, features, movie reviews, and archeological […]

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Author Q&A With Gloria Galloway

Gloria Galloway was born and raised in Sacramento, California, within driving distance of the beautiful Sierra Nevada mountains, which provide the backdrop for Amber’s Way. She is a member of the Authors Guild and the Sacramento chapter of the California Writer’s Club. She is a strong advocate for the Children’s Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation and the […]

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My Beta Reading Deadline.

As an author and a critique partner, beta reading is always top of mind. This month, I have a looming deadline to get my WIP ready for beta readers to dig into. I also have two books to beta read and review for another author. While I would like to say the holiday season slows […]

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Author Q&A With Angela Terry

Angela Terry is an attorney who formerly practiced intellectual property law at large firms in Chicago and San Francisco. She is also a Chicago Marathon legacy runner and races to raise money for PAWS Chicago—the Midwest’s largest no-kill shelter. She resides in San Francisco with her husband and two cats, and enjoys throwing novel-themed dinner […]

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How to Protect a Princess

The first in the bodyguard series “Wilde Ways: Gone Rouge,” How to Protect a Princess brings together two conflicting characters in a suspenseful, romantic read. You’ll adore the stunning covers and heart pounding read in the three books collective by Cynthia Eden. Juliet Laurent has her mother to thank for a chance at living a […]

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Book Teaser: The Trouble with Drowning

Heather Hach, screenwriter and Broadway book writer turned her considerable writing chops to fiction during Covid when Broadway and Hollywood were both shutdown, and found that novel-length fiction was a great outlet that she enjoyed very much. Her latest, soon-to-be bestseller hits the shelves this month! The Trouble with Drowning by Heather Hach.  When Eden […]

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Come November

Scott Lord’s novel Come November is a stunning family saga, love story, and historical, political thriller all wrapped in a riveting read. I planned to read this book in small chunks, as it’s 400 pages. But I quickly fell in love with the protagonist, Jeanne, and much to my family’s chagrin, the book consumed much […]

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