Story Excerpt Sunday: from Notorious Atherton by Patricia Rice

Notorious Atherton A Rebellious Sons Novel by Patricia Rice By all the saints and heavens, the man was beyond delicious into the realm of godliness! Fearing her thunderstruck wonder was obvious, Nora attempted to look away from the golden-haired aristocrat … Continue reading

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Treacherous Creativity

BVC is releasing my original novel, Notorious Atherton, today, in print and e-book. It’s the third book in a series that originated with a major New York publisher. What you won’t see on release day is the behind the scenes … Continue reading

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BVC Announces Notorious Atherton by Patricia Rice

Notorious Atherton The Rebellious Sons, Vol. III by Patricia Rice The Pirate and the Princess Nora Adams is a schoolteacher and a poor seaman’s widow–until the day she inherits a fortune and is sent to London to deliver a mysterious message … Continue reading

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WWW Wednesday 4-17-13

WWW Wednesday. This meme is from shouldbereading. Jennifer Stevenson here, reporting for WWW Wednesday. To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions… • What are you currently reading? Uneasy Money by P.G. Wodehouse. This is a paperback Penguin edition … Continue reading

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Free Sample Chapter: The Irish Duchess by Patricia Rice

The Irish Duchess Patricia Rice Sample Chapter: Three Halting on the castle’s stone staircase the next morning, Fiona gritted her teeth and studied her nemesis. The duke loomed in her path, blocking her way to the medieval front doors. Tinted … Continue reading

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Alternate History and Miss Tolerance

by Sherwood Smith Cross-time, time-splitting and alternate history themes have become so closely interwoven that it is impossible to discuss them fully apart from one another. “Alternate History” extrapolates “what if” sometimes from pivotal points in history, and sometimes from … Continue reading

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Lost Books You Should Find: The Gabriel Lacey Series

Several of my close friends are also genre fiction writers. Several of them, in fact, were my friends before they were published writers. One of those is Jennifer Ashley who writes mostly historical fiction, romance, and erotica. I, however, have … Continue reading

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