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Available Now-Fake Hearts and Kisses

What are you getting for Valentine's Day? Daisy Conner has a new boyfriend. Only problem? He's a complete stranger. Daisy Conner has a new boyfriend just in time for her families vacation.He's sexy, confident, smart, and everything a woman would want.She has only one problem.He's not really her boyfriend.Blake Ryder volunteered to go with Daisy… Continue reading Available Now-Fake Hearts and Kisses

Savage Readers – Author Interview with Nancy Sartor

Facebook Books Website Nancy Sartor is a Nashville born writer, a charter member and current president of Word Spinners, Ink, a member of RWA, a current Board member of KOD and SEMWA; a member of MWA. She is an enthusiastic graduate of Don Maass's workshops (nearly all) and the Writer's Police Academy. She and her… Continue reading Savage Readers – Author Interview with Nancy Sartor

Savage Readers – Author Interview with Michelle Ann Hollstein

Michelle Ann Hollstein resides in Southern California with her two wonderful children and her two spoiled kitties. She’s the author of the quirky and comical Aggie Underhill Mysteries, the paranormal mystery series, A Vienna Rossi Paranormal mystery, the nonfiction series, Who Says You Can’t Paint?, and written under the name M.A. Hollstein the new horror/suspense… Continue reading Savage Readers – Author Interview with Michelle Ann Hollstein

Savage Readers- Author Interview with JC Wickhart

JC Wickhart is an author and screenwriter from the Ozark Mountains in Southern Missouri. As a writer of satire and dirty realism he criticizes modern society by using first-person narratives. His novels are loosely interconnected by recurring characters and subplots. His bibliography consists of the novels: One Hundred Pounds; Shedding Morals; Inappropriate; Devil’s Lamb; and… Continue reading Savage Readers- Author Interview with JC Wickhart

Savage Readers- Author Interview with Sai Marie

Bleeding Words into Tantalizing Tales Sai Marie is an author/writer, activist, and independent journalist. She resides in the Great Pacific Northwest where she enjoys the flora, fauna, action, and adventure that bred the Pioneer Spirit. Sai possesses a heart for advocacy, animals, the environment, and great imagination and is sure to capture your attention with… Continue reading Savage Readers- Author Interview with Sai Marie

Savage Readers- Author Interview with Liam Gibbs

Shop Now FACEBOOK TWITTER WEBSITE Liam Gibbs knew he was destined to write at age four, when he authored a breathtaking account of a cow who ate grass. The bovine saga failed to catch the public’s eye but earned the budding author parental acclaim. Since those early times, he’s gone on to write the novella… Continue reading Savage Readers- Author Interview with Liam Gibbs

Daily Quotes that Sometimes Inspire. No. 1

Or not. In the last few months, I've found myself in a slump. Corona, negative news headlines, and life, in general, have me feeling rather negative and focusing on the bad more than the good. I'm pretty sure at least 89% of the world’s population (more in here in the US) can relate. 2020 has been… Continue reading Daily Quotes that Sometimes Inspire. No. 1

The Problem with Facebook – Disabled Accounts and Pen Names

It finally happened. The Facebook Identity Police found me and shut my profile down. Yep, I was disabled for a "fake name" account. At least I think this is what happened. I'm taking a wild guess, though I have a feeling I'm not too far from the truth. It's a bit baffling considering I've never… Continue reading The Problem with Facebook – Disabled Accounts and Pen Names