Eclectic Bookshelf

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I’m blessed to count so many amazing local authors as my good friends. I’d love for you to discover them, too! These gals write everything from historical to contemporary, from paranormal to romantic suspense to inspirational to urban fantasy. I hope you’ll take the time to check out their blogs and give their books a try.

Maria Cox — Romance with a Splash of Drama. Desire, lust, and uninhibited passion tear through the pages of a Maria Cox romance. She loves to write strong female characters and hot romance.

Annette Francine — Annette Francine writes sensual romantic suspense with Christian elements, depicting realistic challenges faced by persons whose thoughts and actions do not always reflect good examples of Christian behavior. Her characters may mess up, and they don’t always know everything they think they do. However, love and faith always triumph in the end.

Leslie Jones — Men of Honor. Women of Courage. Compelling Suspense. Award-winning author Leslie Jones writes military suspense with a dash of romance. She loves alpha heroes and strong heroines.

Mimi Sebastian — The Dark Side of Love. Mimi writes necromancer urban fantasy featuring zombies and demon love, and swashbuckling pirate historical romance.

Camelia Miron Skiba — Finding Love One Story at a Time. Camelia writes military & historical romance as well as women’s fiction.

Jenn Windrow — Sex. Snark. Supernatural Sizzle. Jenn loves characters that have a pinch of spunk, a dash of attitude, and a large dollop of sex appeal. Top it all off with a huge heaping helping of snark, and you’ve got the ingredients for the kind of fast paced stories she loves to read and write.

Anne A. Wilson —The author of Hover and Clear to Lift, Anne discovered her passion for writing when she was forty-three years old, and now, she can’t imagine life without it.

Sandy Wright — Sandy is an award-winning author of paranormal and romantic suspense novels, poetry and  short fiction. She loves to take ordinary characters and put them in extraordinary situations that change their view of this world.

Image of bookshelf by Fristle.