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Fifty Shades of Love by R.M.Simone Tristan’s NYC PENTHOUSE.

. He lifted me up then over his shoulder and carried my bag he bent to reach for. Off we went to his place. I laughed. In we went with footnotes – from Tristan. “All night dear, all night you are mine. Moaning is allowed. My place is soundproof.” He carried me up the spiral […]

5-Star review for “Fifty Shades of Love” by R.M.Simone’ Book 1

“Love it! ” A review by Maranda Schroeder This review is from Fifty Shades of Love by R.M.Simone’ Book 1 (Kindle Edition) This is the first book I have read by R.M. Simone, and I gotta say I loved it. Gabriella and Tristan’s story had me from the beginning. I couldn’t put the book down till […]

“The Prince of Kocknafay” by Bret Bouriseau

Mr. Meu and Amon Sin Algol reclined in a pile of pillows in the pleasure room of the Royal Harem. They seemed to share the same wicked grin. A laudanum-soaked cube of sugar burned a translucent blue atop the slotted spoon spanning the crystalline glass between them. Meu poured a generous splash from his flute […]

5-Star Review for “Dead Comic Standing” by Karen Vaughan

“Stand-up comic Dave Feener has a great rapport with his audience, so when his body is found maliciously stabbed a short distance away from The Laff Attack where he’s just performed, there seems to be no real motive for the brutal murder. A serial killer who does not think local comics are funny has just […]

Gothic Gate’s author R. M. Simone

MarianWrites Thursday, February 20, 2014 What inspired your latest book?  One of my readers suggested she would enjoy reader a Goth Romance.  I now call her my Muse’ lovingly   I sat down to write a few ideas inspired by this and Gothic Gates came to mind. I saw large Gothic Gates and a mansion.  Then […]

Why Authors Need to Be as Accessible as Possible

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? by Katie McCoach As an author today, you know that every reader is valuable. You love your readers; you want to keep the ones who are loyal and reach new ones. That’s what promotion and growing a business is all about – reaching new consumers. That’s why…

What Authors Can Post Online (Without Driving Away Followers)

What Authors Can Post Online (Without Driving Away Followers)

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