Conjuring Misery Chapter 13 Part I #UF #Western #serial

Take a load off and join us as we make our way to the end of our magical old west adventures in CONJURING MISERY. We rejoin our gambling man Sam as he regale the witchy sisters, Snake and Smoke, with harrowing tales of yore. Your trio of storytellers Jami Gray, Camille Douglass, and Dave Benneman hope you enjoy our ongoing saga of […]

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Conjuring Misery Chapter 12 – part II #UF #Western #serial

We now return to our magical old west programming with our gambling man Sam and the witchy sisters, Snake and Smoke, from our ongoing saga of CONJURING MISERY, brought to you by the combined talents of Jami Gray, Camille Douglass, and Dave Benneman. When we left off, Sam and the women were trapped in the traveling coach on their pursuit of […]

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New Contract for Jami’s New Series!

via GIPHY This is me after accepting a two book contract from the lovely Kate Cuthbert and Escape Publishing, the digital-first imprint of Harlequin Australia division for my post-apocalyptic, romantic suspense series that I’ve been shopping around since last year! I’m so freakin’ excited! Here’s the unofficial blurb for the first book, LYING IN RUINS: […]

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READ, INTERVIEW, REVIEW – Discover His Holiness of the Holy Taco Church, @KevinHearne and the Baron of Bacon, Oberon #UF #newreads

Welcome back to my Read, Interview, Review series. Last month we gave you the fantastic C.E. Murphy, and continuing along the Urban Fantasy trail, we follow up with the man himself, Kevin Hearne and his Iron Druid Chronicles. I had the lovely opportunity to interview Kevin in January 2013, and then even more fabulously (yes, that’s […]

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I NEED A MAGIC 8 BALL #writingplans #writerslife

Awww, it’s the month of heart and flowers! You’d think since I write romance, I’d be all about Cupid and his arrows, but nope, not really. Actually, I think I’m a big humbug on many of the holidays, probably because while sitting and muttering to myself I tend to lose track of time. But back […]

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