30
Dec
2016

Jared & Will Talk About the Case, Phantom Love, Chapter 15

Jared glanced at his watch and moved toward the front door. A sharp rap on the front door confirmed that Will was punctual as usual. “Hey, come on in.” His friend whistled as he entered the apartment. “This is definitely a step up, buddy. Better than your previous apartment.” Jared shrugged. “It’s one of the...
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23
Dec
2016

Mary Agrees to Help David Raise Funds, Phantom Love, Chapter 14

Jared turned on the hot water and added dish soap to the sponge. He attacked the griddle with more force than necessary. Soapy water splashed up, soaking the bottom of his shirt. Great, now he had a wet shirt. He didn’t want to think about why Mary’s abrupt departure irked him. He rolled his shoulders...
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21
Dec
2016

A Conversation With Leeann Betts

Leeann Betts, the pen name of Donna Schlachter, writes historical suspense and contemporary suspense. What’s your go-to when you need a pick-me-up to keep writing? Leeann: Coffee. And chocolate. Sometimes music. Sometimes a trip to the library. I keep an appointment every Monday morning at a local coffee shop to write. What’s the weirdest way...
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16
Dec
2016

Jared Cooks Mary Breakfast, Phantom Love, Chapter 13

Mary groaned when her alarm clock woke her at three in the afternoon. She automatically hit the snooze button to silence the shrieking. She had tumbled into bed without brushing her teeth or washing her face at nine-thirty that morning after making sure Jared was sleeping comfortably. The alarm clock buzzed again, and she fought...
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9
Dec
2016

Mary Wakes Jared, Phantom Love, Chapter 12, continued

Jared heaved up from the bed, his right hand clenched and throbbing. The nightmare gradually left him, like a thunderstorm fading by degrees. It had been more than a week since he’d had the nightmare, and it had returned with more intensity than ever. He shook his head to clear the image and looked around...
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30
Nov
2016

A Conversation With Deborah M. Piccurelli

Deborah M. Piccurelli enjoys reading and writing romantic books. She is the author of two novels, a novella and several cause-related newspaper articles. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and an advocate for sanctity of life. Deborah lives in New Jersey with her husband and two sons. Why do you like writing...
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