Category Archives: science fiction romance

What Are Your Plans for Summer?

My summer is fille with plans like going to the beach. You’re looking at Ocean Beach in New London, Connecticut. I have finished the vampire romance after Vampire Princess of New York. The manuscript is done and submitted, so I … Continue reading

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*Insert Jaws Theme Music Here* By Ripley Proserpina

Every so often, I come up with an idea that I know will be the start of a story, but it just sits in my brain, stagnant. For Missing Linc, my novella releasing this week, two separate ideas coalesced into this book. … Continue reading

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Author S.C. Mitchell – A Man Who Writes Romance by Stacy Hoff

Why is there is stereotype that only woman write romance novels? That notion is simply untrue. Thankfully, author S.C. Mitchell is here to prove that a man can write romance just as well as a woman! What is a guy … Continue reading

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Albacon 2012 in Latham, NY

Albacon is in Latham, NY, at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites this year.  We are so excited.   🙂  Enjoy and wish you were here.  There’s always next year.  For hall costumes, C. Margery Kempe and I wore traditional saris … Continue reading

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Reading at Albacon: Oct 18-21

by C. Margery Kempe Our fearless leader, Susan Hanniford Crowley, and I will be heading to Albacon this week. We’ll be taking part in a lot of panels about writing and reading, trends in speculative fiction and the overlaps with … Continue reading

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When Love is Mysterious

When love is mysterious there’s an additional appeal.   There are loads of heroes who fit the mysterious bill.  Let’s go over some categories. Outcasts/expatriots who are trying to lay low/Bad boy businessmen who are unconventional: I think most people will agree … Continue reading

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Spring Fever

by C. Margery Kempe WHAN that Aprille with his shoures soote The droghte of Marche hath perced to the roote, And bathed every veyne in swich licour, Of which vertu engendred is the flour; Whan Zephirus eek with his swete … Continue reading

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