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A love triangle par excellence!

A love triangle par excellence!

Hi all, My Red Sage editor once begged me to write a ménage. But to be quite honest, when it comes to writing sex scenes, I’m plenty busy keeping track of 4 arms, 4 legs, and...

The Dark Side is turning one!

Yes, the DarkSiders have banded together to bring you this fantastic prize pack! Spookily Fantastic Grand Prize: A copy of Rogue Gadda AND a t-shirt by Nicole Murphy A copy of Captive...
Gimme a… B??

Gimme a… B??

My latest Word of the Week comes to you courtesy of The Economist. And when DH first read the excerpt out to me, we were rubbing our hands in not-so-mock glee, believing we’d...

Maree’s Mother-Daughter giveaway

  Just a reminder that today I’m over at the Dark Side DownUnder hosting the weekly “Magic Thursday” giveaway, and I’m giving away a Mother-Daughter sanity...
Giveaways Galore in October

Giveaways Galore in October

Ah, promo. Don’t you love it? Well, as a reader I do. I mean, who doesn’t love the chance to win free books? Duh. But as an author? Well, let’s just say that boy,...
The Sensual Hero

The Sensual Hero

Heart To Heart, October 2011 issue The Sensual Hero By Maree Anderson I recently read The Spymaster’s Lady by Joanna Bourne. For me, the hero, Grey, (the spymaster of the title)...

Wild shoes!

Hi all, I haven’t posted anything purely for the fun of it for a while. So…. Check out these wild shoes by Israeli shoe designer Kobi Levi – as Carrie would probably...
Secrets Volume 30 giveaway winner

Secrets Volume 30 giveaway winner

Since the number of entries was quite manageable, rather than tracking down a random number generator, it was quicker to write everyone’s name on a piece of paper, stick ‘em...