Category Archives: Suspense

A Fond Goodbye to Heather Novak and Welcome to Cara Carnes

Life happens to all of us.  It’s been our pleasure to have Heather Novak on Nights of Passion. Though her leaving makes us sad, it brightens our day to know that Heather will be guest blogging from time to time … Continue reading

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Rachel Sharpe’s Fascination with Film by Stacy Hoff

Hello Passionate Readers! Today I have a guest, crime author Rachel Sharpe. Her stories unfold like movies. A PI flick that would make any film noir buff proud. Read on to learn about Rachel and her fascination with film! FASCINATION … Continue reading

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Life or Death Writing Prompt and an Upcoming Convention

In addition to writing and living life, writers are always studying the craft of writing. One of the hardest scenes to write is a convincing moment involving life or death. I was reading recently that the death should be either … Continue reading

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Interview with Elizabeth Delisi

by C. Margery Kempe I’m delighted to have fellow Tirgearr author Elizabeth Delisi drop by for a chat. Her mystery Fatal Fortune has just come out and it’s generating lots of buzz. Here’s the blurb: No one in Cheyenne, North … Continue reading

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Brainy is the New Sexy

by C. Margery Kempe My apologies to fans in the rest of the world, but those of us in Britain and Ireland are suffering the withdrawals already from the end of series two of Sherlock. One of the moments that started a … Continue reading

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Girlfriends

Girlfriends rock. Our supporters and our sisters (whether by blood or by choice), our lovers, too — however you roll, you probably can relate to the power of those bonds between women. Romance tends to focus on love relationships, but … Continue reading

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Interview: Sarah Ballance

I’m delighted to have my fellow Noble Romance author, Sarah Ballance as a guest today. You can visit her website to learn more about her publications and drop by her blog for news, or find her on Twitter or friend … Continue reading

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