Monthly Archives: January 2013

Originally posted on A Jessica Sales Novel:
Word prompt- light Twenty-five minutes later, the yacht tied to the pier and on shore power, Jessica sent the two SAS members up for food. She then turned to the others and with…

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Originally posted on A Jessica Sales Novel:
Word prompt- light Twenty-five minutes later, the yacht tied to the pier and on shore power, Jessica sent the two SAS members up for food. She then turned to the others and with…

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Jessie Andersen returns with an update

Much has happened since June 14th, 2012, which was the release date of At What Cost. Looking back, it’s funny to think of how my life has changed. I mean, I can actually call myself an author, something I only … Continue reading

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Originally posted on A Jessica Sales Novel:
Word prompt- package Separating his mouth from her she said in a whispered sensual voice, “Think we got time for some hot sweaty sex?” “Not.” Toby said from beside them. Sort of embarrassed…

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21 Books and Counting

Folks, let’s welcome my good friend and fellow Astraea Press author Nell Dixon. Thank you so much for inviting me to your blog to talk about my latest release from Astraea Press. Lights, Camera, Poltergeist! will be my 21st title … Continue reading

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Originally posted on A Jessica Sales Novel:
This is a scene from a future Jessica Sales book, Snow Queen. “We need for you to describe what you can remember about the place you were held,” Jessica said, stepping forward. “If…

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Sweet Saturday Sample

I’d like to welcome you back from the holiday break to Sweet Saturday Samples. A great deal has happened since we last met, one of which is I finished Maid To Be Baroness which is now at my beta-reader so … Continue reading

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