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Guest Post: Melissa Chambers, author of Falling for Forever, on discovering romance novels

Posted July 14th 2017 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Guest Posts /
Guest Post: Melissa Chambers, author of Falling for Forever, on discovering romance novels

Hi everyone! We have a special guest post for you from Melissa Chambers, author of FALLING FOR FOREVER! Today, Melissa will be talking about discovering and writing romance. You can also find out more about their book and enter a giveaway at the end! Discovering Romance So often, when I hear romance authors talk about their path to writing, they say they would sneak their mother’s Harlequin novels as preteens and teenagers, or they would ditch class in college to read a new romance novel from their favorite author. They talk about how they have read romance novels since the dawning of their time…and I sink down lower in my chair. Here’s a secret I don’t tell very often. I read my first romance novel in 2011. It’s true. I would read chick lit like Bridget Jones’s Diary and Sex and the City, but it never would have dawned on me to go […]

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Excerpt: Touching Fate by Brenda Drake

Posted November 8th 2016 by The Faerie Queen in Blog Tours, Excerpts /
Excerpt: Touching Fate by Brenda Drake

Hey there! There’s a sale happening for Touching Fate by Brenda Drake, and we wanted to let you take a bite out of the book before taking advantage of the low price! First, here’s a bit more about the book, and don’t forget to enter the giveaway at the end! About the book Excerpt They spread a blanket on the sand and sat on top of it. Aster pulled her legs into a pretzel. “So what’s in the box?” “You aren’t the patient type, are you?” He undid the ribbon holding the package closed and flipped open the top, then handed her a napkin. The wind whipped Aster’s hair across her face and she tucked it behind her ears. “Nice thermos,” she said. “My mother sent it to us. She has an addiction to online purchasing.” He lifted out a cream puff. It was her favorite pastry at the shop. “I’m impressed. You did […]

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