Category Archives: Characters

What I’ve Learned This Week: My Vampires are Different and the Mystery Patient

Mia, a reader on Amazon, wrote the following 5 star review for A Vampire for Christmas. Heart warming romance! Love her books! Very creative ! You never know what is going to happen next. I didn’t like vampire books until … Continue reading

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Writers and Desires by Susan Hanniford Crowley

First, I want to talk about what writers desire.  Some would say chocolate.  Not really.  Okay, sometimes.  But what writers really desire is to write all the wonderful tales that flood into their minds. I remember reading that Maurice Sendak … Continue reading

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Torn Between Two Guys & When Things Break by Susan Hanniford Crowley

I know I haven’t been seen that much on Facebook or Twitter or Tumblr. I’ve been deep in writing my book that I love. I’m so wound up with the characters that I’m dreaming about them constantly. Imagine a lovely … Continue reading

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Learning Ever After by Stacy Hoff

My debut romance novel, DESIRE IN THE EVERGLADES, went “live” on Amazon on Wednesday. Seeing my book’s cover by the iconic pictures of a shopping cart and smiling mouth was a fantasy come true. Mostly. I had always assumed that … Continue reading

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How Much is Your Dream Worth to You?

I’m a published author. I’ve been traditionally published in fantasy years ago in anthologies. I’ve been published by two small publishers in romance, and I’ve republished books when I have received the rights back. Quite a while back, I was … Continue reading

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When Love Survives and Remembering by Susan Hanniford Crowley

When Love Survives is the first book in my original series Vampires in Manhattan.  It’s interesting in that the principal vampire in it plays an important but secondary role. My main characters are a young woman named Regina who is … Continue reading

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Tears for Feeling Better and Loving the Writing

I’ve been ill for three weeks and going to work each day at the day job and coming home to write a few words and collapse into bed.  I was beginning to think I would never get better.  But my … Continue reading

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