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Monday, August 15, 2016

Meet The Divas & Their Books


Long known as a bookseller and reviewer under moniker of Mystique Books, author Michelle King finally put her side projects aside, picked up a pen and set about writing the books she loves. Her talent is the ability to cross the genre lines and hybridize romance novels. Her passion is FF&P romance novels, specifically Futuristic romance. The idea of exploring how we are and how we love while dancing among the stars is something she finds endlessly fascinating.

Lexi Lawton lives in Michigan with her husband, three kids, three pit bulls, and two cats. When she's not writing, she enjoys going to the gym, spending time with her family and friends, and obsessively listening to anything by Luke Bryan. With tastes that range from the tame to the taboo, she enjoys weaving tales of love, sex, and suspense.  For the most up-to-date information, be sure to sign up for her newsletter: http://eepurl.com/b96e5X
Find Lexi here: 
www.facebook.com/LexiLawtonAuthor & www.twitter.com/Lexi_Lawton. 

Jennifer Loring:
Jennifer Loring has been, among other things, a DJ, an insurance claims assistant, and an editor. Her short fiction has appeared in numerous magazines, webzines, and anthologies, including  Tales from the Lake vol. 1 and DarkFuse Magazine. Longer work includes the novellas and novels Conduits and FirebirdShe lives in Philadelphia, PA with her husband, their turtle, and two basset hounds.


Rachell Nichole: 
Rachell Nichole is saucy mama who writes Sizzling Romantic Entanglements. The author of many erotic romances, Rachell lives in Pennsylvania with a mountain of books, the love of her life, and an invisible cat who loves to snuggle. Find Rachell Here: www.twitter.com/RachellNichole & www.facebook.com/RachellNichole 



Nona Raines is a former librarian who lives in upstate New York with her many pets. She’s currently working on her next novel between walking the dog and shooing the cats off the laptop. Her contemporary and erotic romances are published with The Wild  Rose Press and Loose Id. She has recently taken the leap into self publishing as well.  Her most recent works are the new adult serial romance Not the Hot Chick (as N. Raines) and her novella Falcon's Way, part of The Charmed Bracelet anthology.



Mary Rogers: 
Mary Rogers is Brooklyn Irish. She's been married 29 years, has four kids and multiple cats and dogs. She cannot resist a shelter. She also has too many shoes and purses, and a deep and meaningful relationship with red wine. Short, passionate affairs with white wines all end in bitter recriminations.

You can find Mary at: www.authormaryrogers.com

A Jersey girl born & bred, for the last nine years, Danica St. Como has written at her farm in central upstate New York, usually surrounded by a gaggle of Whippets either under or around her desk, as well as a malevolent treadmill that stares at her from across the room. She puts pen to paper, in a manner of speaking, under several romance sub-genres: contemporary, MFM and MMFmenage a trois, MM pairings, erotic historical, paranormal -- all hot, all steamy, all sexually explicit.

St. Como is a member of the Romance Writers of America and the Central New York Romance Writers chapter of the RWA. Readers can contact her at Danica@DanicaStComo.com.

B. Leslie Tirrell:
B. Leslie Tirrell became a writer in the third grade when her teacher penalized the class and made them finish a story in their Spelling book. She fell in love with writing that day and never stopped. After attempts at becoming a Biologist and peon for The Man, B. Leslie returned to her true vocation of writing and earned her MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University in June of 2014. She lives in Toledo, Ohio. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys cosplay, yaoi, body modifications, being Asexual, and being a crazy cat lady.  Find B. Leslie here: 
https://www. facebook.com/b.leslietirrell/ & http://www.twitter.com/bleslietirrell

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