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Starling will once again be available starting February 14, 2017. This newly edited and expanded edition is over 5,000 words longer than the original edition and contains additional new material (as we trimmed of one or two things from the original). … Continue reading
Today, this appeared on the Internet: https://caferisque.blogspot.com/2016/10/labels-by-cardeno-c.html E(dited)T(o)A(dd): The author has apologized on the original post to commenters and has stated that the way they (and I) took the post was, thankfully, the opposite of their intent. I am choosing to … Continue reading
Vampires! We’ve re-released Snare, our weird off-the-grid, NYC as a vampire prison island M/M/M romance. Currently. it’s available in ebook only from Amazon (and a part of KU if you’re into that sort of thing). You can grab it at https://www.amazon.com/Snare-Paranormal-Romance-ebook/dp/B01MA5O2RO Shifters! … Continue reading
Tomorrow, April 9, 2016! Erin and I will be vending (and reading) at the Rainbow Book Fair in NYC. We will have paperbacks of all our titles that exist in paperback on hand. This includes solo works. If you already … Continue reading
Promotions for two different titles have collided and you get lots of stuff to read free! If you go to All Romance, you can get Starling free for the next 48 hours. Please do that. If you read it and … Continue reading
Today Romance Writers of America issued a long overdue and welcome apology for a poll in 2005 in which it considered defining romance as “a story in which a predominant part of the story line focuses on the romantic relationship … Continue reading