Tag: inferno rising

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Which Dragon Shifter is the Best Kisser?

*Originally posted on Fresh Fiction, July 2019! Can you judge a man by the way he kisses? A kiss is a personal thing, made even more so by how a man feels about the person he is kissing. As a reader looking for the next great book boyfriend, what kind of kisses peak your interest? Soft and slow? Hard an demanding? Tension filled and … Read More Which Dragon Shifter is the Best Kisser?

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“Old” People, “New” Talk?

*Originally posted on Writerspace.com July 2019! I often write characters who are either immortal or who live a much longer lifetime than a human. I also read a ton of books with similar set ups. Every so often I run across a review or a comment pointing out how a five-hundred-year-old person speaks like a twenty-five year old in the current time and that … Read More “Old” People, “New” Talk?

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My Top 10 Movie Dragons

*This article appeared on Writerspace.com April 2019! My nephew asked me the other day, in the way only teenagers can, “Why dragons?” First of all, I’m not quite sure why anyone would ask that. Seems pretty obvious. However, my answer was, “Can you think of anything cooler?” Dragons fly and breathe fire. Boom. Coolest things ever. On top of that they are beautiful, in … Read More My Top 10 Movie Dragons

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Writing a Series Backwards

Did you know I’m writing my two dragon shifter series backwards? I never would have thought so before trying this crazy experiment, but writing backwards has its advantages. Let me back up and explain… The Rogue King is the first book in my Inferno Rising series, and that series is a crossover from my Fire’s Edge series. Where Fire’s Edge features the dragon shifter Enforcers … Read More Writing a Series Backwards

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New Release | The Rogue King

THE ROGUE KING INFERNO RISING #1 The burn of desire begins and ends in dragon fire.      Kasia Amon is a master at hiding. Who—and what—she is makes her a mark for the entire supernatural world. Especially dragon shifters. To them, she’s treasure to be taken and claimed. A golden ticket to their highest throne. But she can’t stop bursting into flames, and there’s a sexy … Read More New Release | The Rogue King

The Rogue King | Chapter 1 Excerpt

The Rogue King (Inferno Rising #1) | Chapter 1 PROLOGUE The scent of raw meat, tinged with a putrid rotting, curled around Serefina, filling her nostrils and awakening a memory she would have sooner forgotten. At least he’d waited to confront her until after closing, when she was the last person left in the place. Her hands shook even as they slowed in the … Read More The Rogue King | Chapter 1 Excerpt

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The Rogue King | Cover Reveal (+ Giveaway)

OMG this cover! Just take a moment to soak it in (fans self). As usual, I am blown away by KAM Design and Entangled. The covers for the Fire’s Edge & now Inferno Rising series are just gorgeous!

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Favorite Thing I’ve Written

My favorite thing I’ve written in the paranormal romance genre isn’t quite out yet. The good news is…it releases this year! The Rogue King will be the first book in my Inferno Rising series featuring dragon shifters. In addition, this series blends with/shows a different piece of the same world as my Fire’s Edge series. Fire’s Edge is Enforcers in the colonies, while Inferno … Read More Favorite Thing I’ve Written

Draw from Real Life

Originally posted on Paranormal Romantics Apr 2018. *** I am what I call a visual writer. I see the book unfold in my mind like watching a movie. This is particularly true when it comes to write the action scenes. Not being a fighter myself, I find with those, it helps to actually see videos. Watching the action in progress helps me describe it … Read More Draw from Real Life

What’s In A Name?

I had to rename a character this week. Usually, naming characters is one of my favorite things to do. I love thinking of how the name fits their personality, their look, their story. I try to find names with meanings that suit the story and the person. In this case, I had already written a full book, which was with my editor. I’d finished … Read More What’s In A Name?