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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Aug 30, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 26 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Greetings everyone! Here in the U.S. Monday is Labor Day, so we’ll be turning up the music and lighting the torches around the pool tonight for an end of summer neighborhood party. Have a fun filled weekend wherever you are and stay safe! Today, I’m posting another snippet from Hunter’s Pride, the second story in my Old West paranormal series titled Jinx, about a magically-challenged witch named Maggie Jenks and Hunter, her shape-changing (sometimes man sometimes jaguar) mate . The moon, a brilliant white light in the sky,...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Aug 23, 2014 in Blog, Cat Nip, Weekend Writing Warriors | 26 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. It’s been a lovely week for writing. I knocked out 10k on the sequel to Cat Nip. In light of that, I’m sharing first lines from Hunter’s Pride, Jinx 2. (This is an unedited snippet and who knows where it might end up in final draft). I dropped off some eggs at the El Diablo Saloon early this morning and visited Langdon Mars afterward. The bar owner’s condition is worse and though each individual healing temporarily replenishes him, the periods in between his need are shorter. In the process of...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Aug 16, 2014 in Blog, Cat Nip, Weekend Writing Warriors | 20 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. What a busy week!  The weather here screams FALL and though I am writing, writing, writing,  I want to spend as much time outside as possible before we have to hunker down for winter. I hope things are going well for all of you. I’m sharing another snippet from Cat Nip to celebrate this week’s release. After the others emptied the streets of Willow Springs, Hunter returned to the El Diablo for a chat with Mars. He didn’t waste time on niceties when he found the saloon owner perched on a bar stool nursing a glass of...

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Time to try a little Cat Nip…

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in Blog, Book Shout-Out, Cat Nip, News | 4 comments

Time to try a little Cat Nip…

Synopsis: They call her Jinx, an unlucky witch with a reputation for casting erratic spells. But there’s more to Maggie Jenks than meets the eye. She’s a vessel of unfulfilled potential, doing her best to sidestep evil as she uses her gifts for good. Avoiding temptation gets trickier for the little witch who can heal others with the touch of her hand. A shape-changing predator has her in his sights, watching her days, protecting her nights, and stalking her dreams.  The cat is out of the bag and here… All Romance Amazon Barnes &...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Aug 10, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 18 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. I hope you are all having a fun summer. Today, I’m continuing last week’s scene from Cerise Amour, my Unlikely Gentlemen 2.5 series title. Before Cherry knew what to expect, Jeb tugged the blanket from her, exposing her bare body. “Give it back,” she said and tried to grab the cover. “Nope, you’ve seen me; now I’ll see you.” Instinctively, she threw one arm across her breasts and used her other hand to cover the soft nest of curls at the juncture of her thighs. Whether on purpose or accident, she couldn’t tell; but...

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Contest Winners & More

Posted by on Aug 4, 2014 in Blog, Contests, Unlikely Gentlemen | 0 comments

Contest Winners & More

CONGRATULATIONS WINNERS!!

In case you’ve missed the giant, golden glow from above, the winners of my July Contest are posted there. I just mailed June’s prizes yesterday (yes, I’m that far behind) so my next trip to the post office won’t be before the end of next week.

Thank you everyone who entered. If you didn’t win this time, check the next Dreamcatcher newsletter for my End of Summer Contest.

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Aug 3, 2014 in Blog, Book Shout-Out, Unlikely Gentlemen, Weekend Writing Warriors | 20 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. I’m giving a big old WOOT, WOOT!  this weekend and posting from Cerise Amour, my Unlikely Gentlemen 2.5 title that released last Wednesday. Jeb ducked into the tent, sweeping Cherry inside with him. He was tense, as anxious to stay with her as he was to leave. “I’ll be fine,” she tried to reassure him, but tears filled her eyes and spilled over. He thumbed one away; then, although he had no business doing it, he leaned closer and brushed his lips across hers. She didn’t kiss him so much as cling to him, her arms going...

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Sizzling Summer Nights with Gem

Posted by on Aug 1, 2014 in Blog Hops, Book Shout-Out, Contests, News, Unlikely Gentlemen | 23 comments

Sizzling Summer Nights with Gem

Hey all, *waving*. I’m  excited to be in this hop with so many other great authors. For friends who stop by this weekend to say hello, nice seeing you again, I hope your summer is going well.  For those who’ve landed here and aren’t familiar with my work, let me introduce myself. I’m Gem Sivad. Though I enjoy writing all genres, at the moment I’m engaged in two steamy historical romance series (Eclipse Heat @ Ellora’s Cave and Unlikely Gentlemen @ Dark Mountain Books). My most recent title released, Cerise...

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Jul 26, 2014 in Blog, Weekend Writing Warriors | 17 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

Hi everyone. I’m sharing a final pre-publication snippet from Cat Nip today. The total story will be released and available at the distros August 14th. Thank you all for your wonderful comments and support.

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Weekend Writing Warriors

Posted by on Jul 19, 2014 in Blog, Cat Nip, Weekend Writing Warriors | 19 comments

Weekend Writing Warriors

He everyone. Ready for a little more witchery and adventure? Here’s the first eight lines from the next installment of Cat Nip. Forgive the creative punctuation. “Does evil bleed?” Hunter growled. “If you mean do I fear a person— sort of a person, I added mentally— than the answer is, yes.” “What sort of a person threatens you?” he mocked my words as if he’d read my mind. Shivering in spite of the warm night and the man next to me radiating heat, I whispered,“A warlock skilled in black arts.” “I protect you now and I am...

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