Alexa contributed Three, After Midnight to our Halloween Anthology.
Alicia contributed Scarred to our Halloween Anthology.
Renci contributing The Timeshare Trip for our Halloween Anthology. Her debut novel Babylon Lost will be released later this year.
Rohn contributed The Farm Stray to our Halloween Anthology.
Suzanne is the author of Conceptual a new adult sci-fi romance.
Elvy contributed Grandmas Way to our Halloween Anthology. She is also the author of Love on a Half Shell.
Leah St. James
Leah contributed Blood Moon to our Halloween Anthology. Visit her author page for information on her other stories.
Edward Allen Publishing, LLC, was formed in 2012 by a husband and wife writing team in response to years of fighting the politically correct tunnel vision and tightly controlled rules of the traditional publishing industry. They dreamed of a publisher that threw away the rules, that focused on good stories and real characters, and that understood that readers are smart, curious people who aren’t afraid to experience all the worlds writers can create. Deciding to turn those dreams to reality, they put their 20 years of storytelling experience, as well as their skills in the business world, to use. With their son, also an avid reader and business professional, they formed a small company to publish selected works of commercial fiction and non-fiction, where fresh ideas and true-to-life characters ruled.
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Summertime Sale ~ Must Read Romance Julieann Dove’s A Reason to Stay was recently tagged a “Must Read Romance” by USA Today book blogger Kathy Altman. We couldn’t agree more. To celebrate with our readers, we’re running a sale on the e-book version now though Sept. 15. Only 99 cents! Grab your copy at Amazon,[…]
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Have you noticed the increasingly common misuse of the poor apostrophe? No? Well, I have, and it’s driving me crazy. I first wrote about this more than two and a half years ago. Back then I had hoped that some gentle urging would help writers to see the error in their ways, and that we’d[…]
It’s Craft Monday, and we’re reposting an oldie but a goodie from author/editor Alicia Dean. Alicia tackles the often confusing world of misplaced and dangling modifiers. ___________________________ Writing this blog post, my phone rang. A man selling cemetery plots with a husky voice was calling. Okay, neither of those happened. But I thought they would[…]