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Tag Archives: science fiction romance
Alien Intention (Alien Mate 3) now has firm release date: August 1! If you subscribe to my newsletter, watch for the announcement in your email. I’d hoped to release Alien Intention in July, but I ran out of time before … Continue reading
There’s a lot of great things about being an author in general (it’s actually my dream job), but science fiction romance in particular has a lot going for it. Here are 10 fun reasons to write SFR: 1. You can … Continue reading
Can you believe we’re half way through the year! Merry Christmas! Fortunately, I’m on track with what I wanted to accomplish this year. As I do with writing, I’ve tweaked the plot (plan) as I got into the story (year), … Continue reading
This month’s FREE Steamy Calendar Girl’s book is Breeder, an intense, edgy science fiction romance. Join Steamy Calendar Girls now and enjoy your stay in a place where some of the hottest authors in romance have joined forces to bring … Continue reading
By Jenn Nixon When Cyndra Raine inherits her grandmother’s crystal, she inadvertently awakens a lethal elemental force she doesn’t understand. Panicked and desperate, she flees the safety of her village, determined to find answers only to run into a man … Continue reading
It’s Freebie Friday all weekend! You could win this Alien Mate notebook. To enter the prize giveaway, answer a really simple question, and bippo! You’re entered. No signup is required, and you won’t end up on anyone’s email list (including … Continue reading
I love dropping little clues that hint at the story or the theme of my romance novels. One way I’ve done that in my steamy, funny Alien Mate scifi romance series is with the name of the ship that ferries … Continue reading
The crafting of a romance novel blurb, from draft to final…#romancewriting #fictionwriting #writecraft
I write blurbs the same way I write a novel–by pantsing, not plotting. I let the ideas come to me. If I attempted to sit down and craft a blurb, I would stare at a blank screen going uhh…. … Continue reading