Monthly Archives: January 2013

Meet Marian Lanouette, the Author of “Burn in Hell” by Gerri Brousseau

NOP: Marian, welcome! What would you most like your readers to know about you? Marian: I love creating and writing. When I’m immersed in my writing, Jake and his crew become more real than the people around me.    NOP:  Are … Continue reading

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Determination to the Tenth Degree

I’ve read a few blogs and comments lately about writers expressing frustration on how they’ve done everything right to attract readers and none of it works. For those of you not familiar with the writing world I’m talking about, I’m … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Hansel & Gretel – by Leia Shaw

This weekend I saw Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, having only seen one trailer and not really knowing what to expect. But my husband wanted to see it and I’m all for kids fairy tales being made into creepy action … Continue reading

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Weekly Paranormal-Scope

While I’m not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked with the paranormal in the world.  In many ways, so are you. The week ahead for: Aries Minotaurs know to check out the … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Homes

by C. Margery Kempe A quick note: I did a fun interview this week over at Lady Smut called “What’s Your Kind of Naughty?” Drop by and take a look. New year, new home — or rather homes. You know … Continue reading

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What I Learned in 2012

A lot happened to all of us during 2012.  I’m not one for resolutions.  I’m more for making plans regardless of time of year.  But this past year was filled with diversity some tragic, some amazing, and some both. What … Continue reading

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Series, bibles or computers? by Marian Lanouette

A strange title isn’t it? Not if you’re writing a series. There are many ways to keep track of your information pertaining to your characters, location, quirks and anything else you think will repeat throughout your series. I keep a … Continue reading

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New Releases by Gerri Brousseau

Today I want to tell you about two authors, one new to me and one I have read. The author who is new to me is Tawny Weber. I first discovered Tawny when I was looking for Sexy Fairy Tales, … Continue reading

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What Works for You?

So I know I’ve written a lot on this blog about being busy because let’s face it, in this day and age I feel like it is completely normal for many of us to take on more than we can … Continue reading

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Brats and Doms – Guest Post by Cari Silverwood

Brats, BDSM, and Books by erotic author Cari Silverwood What does a lion have to do with brats, you may well ask. A lot. Or at least it’s the best analogy I could think of. One of the infuriating things … Continue reading

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