Category Archives: historical romance

Snow Day By Gerri Brousseau

Despite the fact that the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, indicated we would have early spring (which we very well still may get), here in Connecticut we have had quite a bit of snow yesterday. It was that wet, sticky, heavy snow … Continue reading

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Authors’ Thoughts on Writing by Stacy Hoff

Today, Passionate readers, I’m firing questions at several writers. Each author appears in the newly released anthology SEASON OF SURPRISES. And each one talks about their own experience writing short holiday stories. What’s it take to create? Find out! By … Continue reading

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Interview with Gerri Brousseau, Author of Enticed by A Laird

Welcome to Historical Romance Author Gerri Brousseau!  She has a new novella “Enticed by A Laird” which is coming out in a holiday anthology called Season of Surprises that is currently on pre-order. Gerri: As your readers may know, I have … Continue reading

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Families—We All Have Them By Becky Lower

Love them or hate them. Parents, siblings, grandparents, step-brothers or sisters, step-children. See what I mean? Even if you’re an orphan, you had a mother and a father who you loved, hated, never knew, whatever. The fact is, you care … Continue reading

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Nights Of Passion Virgin

Be gentle with me, please, since this is my first time posting on Nights of Passion. When I began writing The Duplicitous Debutante, which is being released on September 1, I had a very clear impression of what my heroine … Continue reading

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Hello from Jenna Jaxon!

Hello, everyone!  I’m Jenna Jaxon, the newest regular blogger for Nights of Passion. Susan suggested I introduce myself and tell you a bit about myself and my writing. I’ve been writing for almost exactly five years this month.  I was … Continue reading

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Where’s Gerri?

Let’s play, where’s Gerri! It’s sort of like where’s Waldo.  First you will want to know who it is you’re looking for. Let me find that photo of her.  In case we can’t find that right away, we will look … Continue reading

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