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In Great Company!

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Michelle Scaff’s Photo–Nothing better than being in the company of two of my favorite, big-time authors!
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There’s nothing more fun for me than seeing photos that fans have taken of my books that they are eager to read.

I finished Red Wolf Christmas this morning!!!!!!!!! I need to write the marketing materials up to send in, and my granddaughter is here. So I’m off to play.

Hope you have a beautiful day!!!


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Top Pick, 5 Star Hero of a Highland Wolf! $2.99 Sale Price on Heart of the Highland Wolf!

I have to get ready for my Sourcebooks signing this morning, but the reviews are coming in for a couple of books and I wanted to share.

SEAL Wolf for Sale is coming out in April! No cover yet.

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Heart of the Highland Wolf (Heart of the Wolf) by Terry Spear (Jun 7, 2011) on sale price right now!

And these came in:

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5 Star Top Pick!!!!! http://www.nightowlreviews.com/v5/Blog/Articles/Hero-Of-A-Highland-Wolf-by-Terry-Spear “Terry Spear does it again with another 5 Star Top Pick! In this case two of our reviewers have given this book 5 stars! (Reviews: Debra Taylor & Evampire)” AND a giveaway!!!

“Now, Grant was warned about those American female wolves and how they seem to shake things up. That was what happened as they inevitably started falling for each other, while a sinister nemesis rears his ugly snout. I liked the suspense and mystery that was thrown in with the romance.

All in all, it was a great book. Fun and exciting to read. It had tight writing, vivid creative descriptions, a smooth flowing plot, and romance aplenty. There were also a few familiar faces as it turned out that Colleen had a good friend living nearby after all.

I can’t wait to see what’s up next from this amazing author!This book was absolutely awesome! It took me on an amazing ride from start to finish. Yet another solid entry in Terry Spear’s paranormal ‘Heart Of The Wolf’ Series. ” Debra Taylor

And from Evampire: “This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on their toes with suspense, drama, humor and romance. The author brings the story to life with well written scenes and details which inspire vivid images that capture the imagination and invite the reader to visit the highlands and tension building suspense builds throughout the story as the reader follows the headstrong couple’s stubborn dance and wait to see who wins. The strong compelling characters are easily related to and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning.

I was completely captivated by this charming story from the very beginning, there was surprising twists and dangerous elements, quite a few chuckles and of course the sexy men in kilts to keep readers entertained and as always I look forward to reading the next fascinating story by Terry Spear.

And that’s it!!! TWO 5 Star Top Picks from Night Owl Reviews! And remember, a giveaway!!!

This one for the audiobook version of The Winged Fae:
12528114Title: The Winged Fae
Series: The World of Fae, #3
Author: Terry Spear
Format: Audio/ebook, 147 pages
Published: September 2nd 2011 by Terry Spear (06-20-14)
ISBN: 0013093517
Narrated by: Jeanne Whitehouse
Length: 4 hrs and 24 mins
Format: Unabridged
Links: Goodreads | Kindle | Amazon | Audible | B&N | ARe 
Source: Author
Reviewer: Linda
Rating: 5/5

“Oh, what had she done?”
He’d startled her; that was the problem.  It was all his fault he was lying on the ground, looking rather cherub like, his blond hair curling about his ears, his bright blue eyes closed now, his masculine lips parted slightly as he slept the sleep of the dead.
She studied his masculine lips.  And thought just how much havoc she could wreak if she kissed him.  Served him right for startling her so.
Without analyzing whether she should do it, and just because she could, she pressed her mouth against his and gently kissed his lips, meaning only to give a quick peck and that was it….
His lips curved up under hers and for a second, she thought he was awake, smiling at her kissing him….

Oh my!  One kiss that precipitates so much havoc!  I loved both of these characters!  Serena is an effervescent spirit who seems to have calamity for a middle name.  She certainly gets in more pickles than a deli could ever serve.  Niall is quite beguiled by her intrepidity and her shenanigans and just wants an antidote she has promised him to the sleeping potion.   As they cavort from one misadventure to another, he becomes quite the sweetheart and her protector of sorts attempting with questionable success to keep her out of trouble.  The romance is all sweet as can be and wonderfully entertaining.

Bottomline:  I’m a huge fan of Terry’s books and she has never once disappointed me. THE WINGED FAE is no exception.  If you love to read light-hearted,  FUN tales teeming with whimsy and playfulness, THE WINGED FAE is the book for you!  I can’t wait to see what Terry has in store in the next World of Fae book,  THE ANCIENT FAE.


Okay, got to get ready for the signing! Have a fabulous day!!! 🙂

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The Reviews are Coming in Fast and Furious! Jaguar Hunt Released Today!

And I missed a blog I was at yesterday. I was on two others, then got all these reviews and so I began sending notices on them, and then remembered I hadn’t written up my newsletter for the new release and….:)

Plus, I was working on A SEAL Wolf for Sale revisions after 3 of my beta readers read it.

So here’s the missed blog. Sure there will be a bunch more today, but got to get back to revising.

http://sosaloha.blogspot.com/2014/06/aloha-to-terry-spear-and-jaguar-hunt.html I did a guest blog for Kim and she had taken a lovely picture of me and Roxanne St Claire, who was a wonderful book signing friend. We had a lovely time! 🙂  Also a giveaway at Kim’s blog!!!!

Terry and Roxanne St. Claire at the Giant Book Fair



Jaguar Hunt

I love that this book is set in Belize. It is one of my favorite vacation spots. Ironically enough, I read this book on my anniversary. We went to Belize on our honeymoon so the timing was appropriate. I could easily visualize their hotel and the jungle scenes. One of my favorite things about the country is that it is not overdeveloped, and the rainforest is plentiful; A great place for jaguar shifters. It is a beautiful nation and the perfect setting for this novel.

Jaguar Hunt is an action pact book with a praiseworthy plot. There were a lot of mystery and excitement, and everything was written in a believable manner. I enjoyed all the characters. Terry Spear did a great job with the character development and plot. In addition, her writing style is noteworthy.http://dianes-book.blogspot.com/2014/06/terry-spears-jaguar-hunt-book-blitz.html


Review: Jaguar Hunt by Terry SpearJaguar Hunt Series: Heart of the Jaguar #3
by Terry Spear
Published by Sourcebooks, Sourcebooks Casablanca on June 2014
Genres: Paranormal, Romance, Shape Shifters
Format: eARC
Source: Net Galley

David and Tammy are such fun characters that I hated that their story had to end! Hopefully, they’ll make guest appearances in future books in the Heart of the Jaguar series as I love their interplay with one another. However, teenagers Alex and Nate almost steal the show entirely with their hilarious antics. I can’t wait to see what kind of JAG agents they make!


Terry Spear captures every element perfectly in JAGUAR HUNT. From the world building to the character development, JAGUAR HUNT has it all! Terry Spear’s smooth writing style and vivid descriptions are simply breathtaking. I’ve traveled to Belize once before and Terry Spear made me want to return immediately just to once again savor the beauty she so accurately depicts.  JAGUAR HUNT is highly recommended!http://www.ck2skwipsandkritiques.com/2014/05/31/review-jaguar-hunt-by-terry-spear/


Jaguar Hunt is the third book in the Heart of the Jaguar series. I just loved the plot of this one and had such a difficult time putting it down. While it is possible to read this book as a standalone and totally enjoy it, I would recommend that if you are a fan of contemporary paranormal romance that you should just read this wonderful series. I have and I am so looking forward to the next book! http://paulettespapers.com/?p=7676#comment-18718


They say it takes a thief to catch a thief, well in this case, it takes a couple of special agent jaguar shapeshifters to catch some naughty teen shifters who might have something to do with a missing jaguar. Agents David Patterson and Tammy Anderson track the pair to Belize but things aren’t quite as simple as they initially seemed.

Both leads have quite a colourful romantic past with past lovers that crop up in their investigation. I guess that since the shifter world is fairly small, it makes sense that there would be some overlap. The romance between Tammy and David worked well with the sexual tension leading to a solid partnership. There was an air of playfulness in many of their interactions as both jaguars and humans which reflected their feline natures nicely. In many romance novels there is one clear villain but here Spear went out of her way to create a pool of likely suspects and difficult to interview. I appreciated this attention to detail as it made the investigation more robust.

I enjoyed this novel and was able to get up to speed pretty quickly even though I hadn’t read the first two – something I’ll be quickly remedying. If you’re in the mood for a flirty and fun PNR, you should definitely give this a shot. http://www.backchattingbooks.com/reviews/jaguar-hunt-by-terry-spear/#comment-16747


Okay, I’m off to work on revising A SEAL Wolf for Sale some more. I’m behind on writing on Her Highland Hero. *sigh* But only so many hours in a day!

Have a super great Tuesday! It is Tuesday, right???


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Jaguar Hunt, Blog Tour–Tome Tender, First Giveaways!

I’m here today with a 3 book giveaway, US/Canada only, but for my international fans, I’ll give away an ecopy of Cougar’s Mate!

Just comment on my blog about what my shifter stories mean to you, which is your favorite, what you want to see next, or anything like that! 🙂

Everyone can read the excerpt of Jaguar Hunt also on Tome Tender’s site today!

Just for international readers though, comment here.

For US/Canada readers, you can go to the site and enter for one of three copies of Jaguar Hunt.


Fresh Fiction Review:

“She can’t ditch him so she might as well happily join him.”

Jaguar Hunt
Terry Spear

Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted May 31, 2014

JAGUAR HUNT drops you in the middle of the action and all you can do is hold on tight. Author Terry Spear brings to life her Jaguar world with a lot of humor, plenty of sizzling sex and of course the spectacular touches of good guy versus bad guy action. I really loved David and Tammy as agents and as a couple, they fit perfectly and once she stopped trying to dump him, they worked well together. He accepts that she is an agent and knows how to handle herself, even if his instinct tells him to protect the little woman, he is smart enough not to. Tammy finds herself opening up to him about a worry she has concerning her family and knows it will go no farther. The twins added a lot of humor to this book and I found myself laughing out loud a couple of times, but when it is necessary those boys and another set of twins that come into play dive into the action without fear. Great book, fun read and I cannot wait to see what Ms. Spear comes up with for the next one.

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Back to listening to the audiobook for The Mage of Monrovia! Decided to work on that first, and then try to get my word count in for Her Highland Hero after that!
Have a super great and fun Sunday and the first of June!!!


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A Rainbow in New Orleans?

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I’m not sure how I ended up with a rainbow in the picture, but I did. 🙂

Working on A SEAL Wolf for Sale now!

Oh, and I found a poor injured man in the elevator. Which shifter do you think took a swipe at him? Don’t think it would have been a wolf. But a jaguar, easily. Or maybe a cougar. 🙂

Yes, in the elevators in our hotel, we had interesting posters. 🙂

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Can you tell I was having fun at the conference?

More Fun Reviews of Jaguar Hunt:

Jaguar Hunt by Terry Spear
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Full Length (350 pgs)
Heat Level: Spicy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Xeranthemum

An agent and a jaguar-shifter chase trouble, and each other, through the jungles of Belize…

Agent Tammy Anderson has a reputation: she prefers to work alone. So when she’s paired up on a mission with jaguar-shifter David Patterson—who’s only recently been released from jail—to say she’s less than thrilled is a understatement. Until she realizes that this sexy agent has what it takes…

Soon, what started as an “easy” mission to locate a missing jaguar takes the pair to Belize, where they’re chasing down two renegade teen shifters who know more than they’re telling. As the action heats up, can they keep their minds on the job and off of each other?

The basic theme of Ms. Spear’s latest adventure is best described by using Urban English: ‘when good guys go bad is when the real good guys are baddest’.

Think about it. If the good guy was never a good guy but knows all the good guy tricks, it’s going to take a better good guy with serious skills to take him down, right? The trick is to rope in the heroic type into committing himself or herself towards the cause. What would generate the dogged determination and relentless pursuit of the criminal besides basic duty? In this case, a serious dose of lust and sensual intrigue tosses out the fishing line but the hook is set when the threat gets personal, and the pursuit of justice takes on a life of its own. In Jaguar Hunt it’s a solid plot conflict with quite a few surprises in store for readers making it a real page flipper.

Tammy and David spark off of each other early on in the novel. A reader sees them testing each other, feeling out as to what kind of personality each of them has. It’s comical at times, always interesting and it fit in with the movement of the plot. Little things happen, dialogue is exchanged and clues are dropped here and there throughout the story until a reader can finally start guessing who the villain is. I really thought I had it figured out. The joke was on me. I was caught by surprise by a couple of revelations and I loved that.


Jaguar Hunt, A Review

David Patterson serves as a top level agent for their Jaguar-shifter species. When he discovers that his case to find and return a missing jaguar connects with Tammy Anderson’s case to find a couple of missing teens, he requests to be teamed with her. Then promptly gets himself thrown in jail. Leaving Tammy to bail him out and making a darned good first impression.

Tammy and David’s search leads them into the jungle of Belize where they are forced to work as a team and live as a couple. Finding the missing teens is going to be child’s play compared to dealing with the chemistry between the two of them. And finding the missing teens is anything but easy. Of course teen boys are teen boys no matter the species and these two are rather creative in their desire to stay lost. The tryst factor remains an issue throughout the entire book and believe me when I say, I wasn’t sure who to believe until the very end. Well done.

A great book. I feel that with each Jaguar shifter book, I fall more and more in love. Often I find myself comparing Ms. Spear’s jaguars to Christine Feehan’s. There are marked similarities BUT there are huge differences. Ms. Spear’s manages to keep her cats playful even in the most heated of situations. Which is perfect after all, they are cats.

My advise? Check out this book, it reads well as a stand alone, BUT I suggest you read the series, in order. Now there’s a shocker *grins*

Shauni http://bodicerippers-shauni.blogspot.com/2014/05/jaguar-hunt-review-terryspear.html



Once again Terry Spear takes us from the concrete jungles of home to the wild jungles of Belize. There is plenty of danger and she keeps us in suspense until the last minute trying to figure out who are the good guys and who are the bad guys.
And of course, there is plenty of steamy shifter sexiness. https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/922740118?book_show_action=false
Carol [Goodreads addict]’s review
May 18, 14



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Mouse Handicapped

Do you know what that means? It means you have to have a mouse to work well on a computer.

That’s me. Mine just went out. Argh. I can type 10 times faster, get things done 10 times faster when I have a mouse.

When I have to use the touchpad, it’s awful. I’ll be typing away and all of a sudden I’ve slipped to a different place in the manuscript entirely. The WRONG place. Yes, it’s nice having it in a pinch, but I’m soooo Mouse handicapped.

What about you???

Dunnottar Castle, window to the sea, rocky death for prisoners trying to escape, copyrightOkay, off to struggle without a mouse.

Have a lovely Tuesday!!! 🙂


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Debbie’s Book Blog Review

5 Apples!!!

Terry Spear takes readers back to Silver Town in the thirteenth book in the Heart of the Wolf series. Readers of the series will love this very original addition to the series featuring a wolf/coyote hybrid. Spear once again entrances readers with her action packed, romantic writing. This paranormal romance has plenty of suspense and willhave readers on the edge of their collective seats, as Tom Silver, youngest of the Silver brothers finally finds a woman he can’t live without. A great addition to this wonderful series.

What I liked:

Thirteen books into this series and it is still just as exciting and memorable as the every first book. That is remarkable! I usually think that a series needs to end somewhere around ten books because at that point the overall story arc’s are starting to lag. Not so, with this series. The Heart of the Wolf series was one of the very first paranormal series’ that I ever read and I have honestly loved every single book. Spear has a bag of tricks that most author’s can’t even guess at. Because of her military background, her wolf books featuring SEAL’s are fantastic, because of her Scottish background her highland wolf books are spectacular, and because of her impeccable research into wolf behavior and dynamics, every single book she writes about werewolves has a ring of authenticity that is hard to deny. Basically, she’s a phenomenal writer. Whether it’s wolves or fae, or jaguars, she has the write stuff!

Tom Silver has been one of my favorites from the very beginning of this series. He is brother to the alpha of his pack and that comes with a lot of responsibility. He is a protector. He looks after Darien’s interests whether it is in pack matters or business and he even takes on the role as an enforcer in some cases. I was so happy to see him finally get his story. Spear has done such a wonderful job of fleshing out her characters in every book they show up in, that readers by this time, really feel like they know Tom and the kind of woman it will take to make him stand up and take notice. Spear does not disappoint with Elizabeth.


I love this review! One of the things I always really strive for in my books is a uniqueness for each book. They can’t be the same old tired plot, setting, and characters. I’m working on book 16 now!!! So, yes, 14 and 15 have been turned in.

But in each, I have to make them different. When I first started, I would be asked in interviews: What makes this book different from all the rest? And before I write the next book, I do the same with myself to try to make them the most unique story from any other.

Even with the Cougar series, same thing. I wanted something based on what I could envision cougar shifters to be like and worked in their cougar personalities along with their human qualities.

So, I’m having trouble starting A SEAL Wolf for Sale, which is not unusual. Because I have to strive for: the perfect setting, which I had selected and in the computer crash and then having to write Jaguar Pride, I lost my links and the location I had decided on. So I had to go back to the drawing board and find a new location. I have Montana for the story. They have forests, lakes, wolves. 🙂

Now, I have to start with action/adventure/romance/mystery/wolves… all within the first few pages–first meeting, wolf showing early on–to show that wolf shifter part of the equation, but no slow starts. Need conflict.

So I’ve thought of a few different ways to open it, but it’s not working for me. Need something else. Characters have to be heroic. Just all kinds of stuff. 🙂 Once I hit upon the right idea, then I’ll be off and running. But my editor called with edits on A Highland Wolf Christmas. 🙁 And then I got two more bear orders, just got home from a visit to my daughter’s place, so trying to get unpacked.

And the brainstorming for SEAL continues.

Plus, I’ve been contacting reviewers to review Cougar’s Mate. 🙂

And I’ve just put The Dark Fae on sale for 99 cents! It will take a while for it to start showing up at the sale price.


Ever wonder why body parts mysteriously fall asleep? Where you put those pesky keys? Why you stumble over nothing in your path? Welcome to the world of fae…

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The Dark Fae

(The World of Fae, Book 1)

Category: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance » Fantasy
Alicia has planned a vacation at South Padre Island with her girlfriend Cassie in forever. But just as they’re enjoying a day on the beach, here comes a dark fae to spoil their holiday, except only she can see what he truly is. Alicia has no idea how upside down her world can turn with a chance meeting with one of the dark fae from the royal house of the Denkar.
Alicia’s always known she’s different–that she can recognize the mischievous fae when they show up to “play” with the humans. Only now she’s faced with one highly annoyed dark fae and she’s certain he knows the truth about her. She can see him, which means her life is forfeit.Add to that, his sister arrives, who wants to play, too. And their mother, the queen of the Denkar, will want Alicia’s head, once she learns what Alicia can do.And all because Alicia was attempting to rescue her friend, Cassie, on their beach excursion at South Padre Island, from the wicked fae. Now, Alicia has really gone and done it–and she’s thinking she should have let the fae have his fun. Her friend’s broken heart would be a lot easier to deal with, than Alicia losing her life.But it is too late for regrets. As soon as she threw the soda at the dark fae’s chest, she had declared war on the fae. And he is happy to take up the challenge.


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This was a lacy leaf of some sort. I should have written it down. But I loved the colors and the texture. 🙂

Spring, Texas Botanical Gardens

I’m off to call my editor and see what she wants. 🙂

I need to grocery shop. I have no food again. How did that happen???

Do you ever find you are having so much fun at other things, your cupboards are again bare???

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Cougar’s Mate is Available!


Cougar’s Mate: Instinct told her to run…

Shannon Rafferty learns that hanging out with the bad boys could be a dangerous business, but hooking up with a cop is even worse. Now she’s on the run, trying to avoid being murdered by his cougar shifter brothers and uncle. If that isn’t bad enough, a deputy sheriff hunts her down while she’s running as a cougar and trying to survive in the Colorado wilderness. He vows to protect her no matter what she’s done. With three dead boyfriends to her name, she’s sure she will be the death of Chase Buchanan before either of them can prevent it. No matter how much she knows she has to run again, he soon holds her heart hostage. But will that be enough to keep them both alive?

Chase Buchanan—as wilderness cabin resort owner, former US Army Special Forces, and part time deputy of the small town of Yuma, Colorado that boasts a love of cougars—is tasked to track down a cougar reported to be hunting human prey. Chase soon learns she’s a shifter, not a full-time cougar, and she’s on the run. When he takes her in, he vows to protect her. After losing his wife and baby to the human kind of predator years earlier, he’s not letting Shannon’s hunters kill her, too. But how is he going to hold onto the wild-cat woman, who is unpredictable at every turn, without losing his heart to her, and then losing her as well?


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This is one of the joys of writing!!! Sharing the story with the world! One of the problems I had with figuring a title is that I wanted to use the “Cougar” in the title, rather than Mountain Lion, too long, Catamount, that some wouldn’t know what it was, Puma, too soft. Cougar is perfect–hard, short, recognizable. ONLY the problem is that cougar now also means an older woman who dates younger men. 🙂 Which is fine, BUT, that’s not my storyline. These are cougar shifters, so I wanted to make that clear. On searches, if I put in Cougar Love, it could sound like an older woman scenario, rather than a shifter. 🙂 I bet you didn’t know that there was that much thinking that even went into a title, did you?

So I chose Cougar’s Mate, because most don’t think of their significant other as mate. And the next, Call of the Cougar, because it reminds me of Call of the Wild, and because you don’t think of a call from an older woman to a younger man,  hopefully, but the wild call of a cougar. You see, there truly is method to my madness. Bonnie gave me the idea for another title: Crouching Cougar. I love it!

So I’m off to let the world know–I have cougar shifters on board.

And here is a parting picture of a nifty bird nest. It looks big enough for an eagle! I’m keeping my on it to see what really nests there. 🙂

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Have a lovely Friday, TGIF! My post got away from me before I realized it and was published. 🙂

Are  you planning anything fun for the weekend???

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Silence of the Wolf Blog Tour Coming!

7 Mar Book Hounds
10 Mar What’s on the Book Shelf
12 Mar Ramblings from This Chick
14 Mar Books n Kisses
17 Mar The Reading Cafe
18 Mar Maniac Manga’s Cafe
20 Mar Fresh Fiction
25 Mar Redheads Do it Better
27 Mar Bitten by Books
28 Mar Sia McKye’s Thoughts over Coffee
31 Mar Joyfully Reviewed

Have a super TGIF!!!

Daughter and SIL coming in for a wedding, and I get to have lunch with them! 🙂

Okay, off to work on something!

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It’s All About Character and Setting

I took this picture of John Wilson, who plays with a Celtic band and has a paranormal investigation service, was a guest, along with his wife, who sat at my dinner table at the Readers and Ritas this past weekend. Now, in the  original picture, he was standing by a bunch of raffle baskets. How boring is that?

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And Dianna Love and Morgan Fox, both authors, needed their own lovely Christmas setting, I thought. Before this, it was the ball room set up for dinner.

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On two big book deadlines so enough playing around, but wait, then there’s Kimmi Wakefield and me in a boring hotel hallway.

Photo: Okay, Kimmi Wakefield, did we have fun or what??? We just needed the knight in shining armor.

And my table decorated for dinner that Rana D. Adams took:

Photo: Thanks, Rana D. Adams, for the lovely table photo. See who came to dinner??? Looking for the rest of the pack, and that was us!

So some quick photoshop fun. Not the best, but really have to get back to book deadlines, but I wanted to “improve” the settings… and so there you have it!

Ever take a great fun picture and hate the background???

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