Category Archives: Jenna Jaxon

Perception: The Best or The Worst?

I’ve been struggling for a while with perception of my work. Not only everyone else’s perception of it but my own as well. And maybe particularly my own. Can writers view their work objectively? I’ll admit I’ve always struggled to … Continue reading

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Giveaway & Visit with Historical Romance Author Elaine Violette

Nights of Passion is excited to have Romance Author Elaine Violette with us today. Thank you for the kind invitation to tell your readers about my newest eBook, THE DIARY OF NARCISSA DUNN, to be released on May 1st and … Continue reading

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Celebrating 400 Years of Shakespeare!

Yesterday was William Shakespeare’s 452nd birthday! And the 400the anniversary of his death. My school celebrated by selling cupcakes with candles and a Shakespearean insult. Shakespeare was a marvel at writing insults. Here are some of my favorite examples: “All … Continue reading

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Pleasure for Sale: The House of Pleasure Series On Sale by Jenna Jaxon

I’m very happy to announce that both books in my House of Pleasure series now on sale! Only Scandal Will Do and Only Marriage Will Do, both set in Georgian England, are currently on sale at Amazon for $1.99 each! … Continue reading

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What Outlander Has Taught Me: Passion by Jenna Jaxon

Now we get down to the meat of the subject of heroes. Passion. If your hero is not passionate about the heroine, about a friend, about his family, his sister, someone, then he is not hero material. Heroes must have … Continue reading

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Back in the (Writing) Saddle by Stacy Hoff

  I love writing. But geez, writing is hard! Despite the fact I had a new release come out this past February (DESIRE IN THE ARCTIC), I am already working on another novel. Unfortunately, my draft is progressing at the … Continue reading

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What Outlander Taught Me About Heroes: Compassion by Jenna Jaxon

Surprisingly, I wouldn’t have thought compassion ranked very high on the list of traits for a hero, even though it ranks high on my own personal list. Apparently it’s a very popular trait with other readers as well. Compassion is … Continue reading

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