Posts Tagged ‘Nancy Haddock’
If you’re a paranormal fan like me, you have to be anticipating reading this anthology as much as I am right now. There have been a number of such anthologies released over the last few years, but none have gone the extra distance this particular one is designed for: to help cure breast cancer. So [...]
Ash’s review of Entangled by Cynthia Eden, Jennifer Estep, Edie Ramer, Lori Brighton, Michelle Diener, Misty Evans, Nancy Haddock, Liz Kreger, Dale Mayer, Michelle Miles, and Allison Brennan Paranormal romance anthology ebook published by Authors4theCure 07 Sept 11 First off I want to say that I think that what these authors are doing is a [...]
This just in… Eleven of your favorite authors have released today their Entangled anthology to support breast cancer research with their writing. Now it’s your turn.
This just in… Eleven authors have banded together to support breast cancer research with their writing. Authors4theCure, which includes award-winning and New York Times bestselling authors, as well as two breast cancer survivors, is donating proceeds from the sale of their paranormal anthology, Entangled, to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).
We’d like to thank Nancy Haddock for the fun Duck Chat we had with her last month!
We’re happy to have you join us in our Duck Chat once again! Nancy Haddock is our guest, so get ready for some fun! One of those authors who have taken to heart to write what she knows, Nancy has hit the motherlode with her stories of St. Augustine, Florida, where her heroine, Cesca, gets [...]
Sandy M’s Duckies Do Series reviews of the Oldest City Vampire Series by Nancy Haddock Contemporary Paranormal Romance released by Berkley Apr 2008-May 2009 I’ve obviously had La Vida Vampire in the TBR pile, since it’s a year old now. Like a lot of the books I have, I meant to read it right after [...]
Well, it’s taken me a week to recuperate and get back into the swing of things since I got home from San Francisco. Was it all worth it? Damn straight! I was supposed to be at the RWA National Conference as a writer. I started writing only a year or so ago, so I was [...]