Tag Archives: Irish

Happy St. Patrick’s Day

May your St. Patrick’s Day be joyous and filled with happy memories. A special thank you to photographer David Brooks, Unsplash, and Brainy Quotes. -Susan Susan Hanniford Crowley, Amazon Kindle Bestselling Author of Vampire Romance http://www.susanhannifordcrowley.com Where love burns eternal … Continue reading

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Get a Taste of Irish by Heather Novak

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! It’s a day of green food, green alcohol, and green clothing. But what about some really good Irish romances to celebrate? I reached out to one of my favorite reader groups and asked for their favorite Irish romances. … Continue reading

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A Leprechaun Weekly Paranormal-Scope

My apologizes for not being here earlier. My computer needed to be fixed. It’s all fixed now, but keep your fingers crossed. Interesting people and events are headed our way.  What fun! While I am not qualified in any way … Continue reading

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March by Gerri Brousseau

March is a month of many changes, a turning point in the year. It is the month that comes in like a lamb/lion and goes out like a lion/lamb. It’s the month that reminds us to beware of the Ides, … Continue reading

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Interview with Kemberlee Shortland

by C. Margery Kempe  I’m pleased to welcome writer/publisher Kemberlee Shortland to Nights of Passion. In addition to being a busy writer, she’s also the head of Tirgearr Publishing. Kem’s going to be giving away a copy of A Piece of … Continue reading

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The Wearin’ o’ the Green by Gerri Brousseau

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  Today is the day when everyone wants to be Irish.  Everyone dons something green, goes to a pub where often times Irish music will be playing, we eat corned beef and cabbage and drink green beer.  … Continue reading

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The Second Day of Christmas with Anna C. Bowling by Gerri Brousseau

We welcome Anna C. Bowling to Nights of Passion.  We’re so excited to have you here with us today. ACB: Thanks. I’m excited to be here. NOP:  Please tell our readers about Orphans in the Storm. ACB:  Orphans in the … Continue reading

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Embrace Your Heritage by Gerri Brousseau

One would think with the last name of Brousseau, my heritage would be French …. Not so.  I am of Irish/Italian heritage and recently I am struggling with squelching the deep desire to sell everything I own and go live … Continue reading

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