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Have you seen this awesome giveaway from BookSweeps? You can win my book Alien Mate, plus books from authors like Craig Halloran and M.L. Guida. There’s more, you’ll also get a brand new eReader if you win, just for following … 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
We are finite beings in an infinite universe. I watched the movie PASSENGERS recently, and it impressed upon me my own mortality. In the movie, 5,000 passengers and 250 crew members are on a massive space ship headed for a … Continue reading
Cover by Sweet ‘n Spicy Designs Coming in August! The exciting conclusion to the Breeder series! Warrior I have not yet decided on exact release or preorder dates, but Warrior will be released in early August. I’ve said that Terran … Continue reading
Backlist to the Future is a weekly Thursday feature highlighting science fiction romances from authors’ backlists. To be notified of future Backlist to the Future posts, you can subscribe to this blog (top of the sidebar). If you’d like to … Continue reading
I’ve teamed up with 45 fantastic science fiction and science fiction romance authors to give away a huge collection of novels, PLUS a Kindle Fire to one lucky winner. You can win my novel Stranded with the Cyborg (Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance 1) plus books from … Continue reading
My guest today is Pauline Baird Jones. I can SO relate to everything she says! By Pauline Baird Jones In my junior year in high school, the chemistry teacher told us that a) we had to take this national test; … Continue reading