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Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2 hit the USA Today Bestseller list at No. 118 out of 150! A big thank you to everyone who bought a copy and made it happen! This my second time hitting the USA … Continue reading
Elsa Jade puts the kissing in sci-fi! Alpha Star on Backlist to the Future #SFR #IntergalacticDatingAgency
By Elsa Jade I grew up reading science fiction and fantasy. My mom read to me from The Lord of the Rings before I could read for myself, and she let me buy Frank Herbert’s Dune as a reward for … Continue reading
A Dire Wolf at the Door By Carol VanNatta I’ve always been fascinated by paleontology, and love seeing artist’s depictions of what long-extinct creatures might have looked like based on the sometimes sparse fossil record we’ve discovered. We know some … Continue reading
Release date: January 9, 2018 Preorder: Mid November 2017 Cover by Sweet ‘N Spicy Designs The cover is final, but the blurb is still in draft form (I’m still tweaking it), so if you have any feedback on the blurb, … Continue reading
By Michelle Howard I’m a dog person so when asked to participate in the Pets in Space anthology I knew immediately that my pet of choice would be a dog. In fact, I went right to a K9 because they … Continue reading
Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2 is now available on all ebook sites! Twelve science fiction romances by twelve authors in one volume. Heroes, heroines, and their pet sidekicks will take you on a romantic adventure of lifetime… Amazon,| … Continue reading
By Eva Caye Dignity is the first book of the To Be Sinclair series of eleven science fiction romances. It and its companion novel, Majesty, cover the romance and first years of marriage of the leaders of the most important … Continue reading
After writing three series, I’ve noticed an interesting phenomenon with respect to reviews: later books in a series get better reviews than the first book. Here are the average star rankings on Amazon for my three series: Breeder series Breeder … Continue reading