by Danica Winters As a romance author, I often get asked why people choose to read romance novels. (Oddly enough, the question usually comes from non-readers.) My answer is always the same; people love romance novels because of their ability to create an escape from the world around them. Over the last year however, I… Read More
Danica Winters is a bestselling author of over ten books.
She has won multiple awards and is known for writing books
that grip readers with their ability to drive emotion
through suspense and occasionally a touch of magic. Most
recently, Danica was the winner of the 2013 Paranormal
Romance Guild's Book of the Year Award and currently a
finalist in the Chanticleer Reviews and Media Paranormal
Book of the Year competition for her paranormal romantic
suspense novel, Montana Mustangs.
When she's not working, she can be found in the wilds
of Montana testing her patience while she tries to
understand the allure of various crafts (quilting, pottery,
and painting are not her thing). She always believes the
cup is neither half full nor half empty, but it better be
filled with wine.
Editors: Danica Winters is represented by Amanda Luedeke of
MacGregor Literary. If you are interested in speaking to
Amanda her contact information can be found here.
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Hi! Thank you so much for having me on your blog today. It’s lovely to be here. You asked me what resources I used to write a book about a fire inspector—great question! So… I grew up a fireman’s daughter. My dad worked for the local city fire department and retired just a few years… Read More
By Danica Winters – I have been busy typing away on book number five of the Nymph Series (to be released Fall 2015), and as I’ve been working on this book, it’s given me a lot of time to reflect on how I used to be cool and I thought I share my thoughts with… Read More
by Danica Winters – Writers are, by nature, solitary creatures who find introspection a requirement and a painful reminder of all of our faults and shortcomings. This is a stereotype, but admittedly there is a reason that this rings true. Regularly, you can find me planted in my home, ink on my fingers and my… Read More
I consider myself blessed to live in a place in which the pounding of horse hooves and the song of the blackbird are its heartbeat. At night, the sky is filled with the brilliance of a million stars, the Milky Way, and on some occasions the Aurora Borealis. I live in a place where grizzly… Read More
My house is on the market and this life-changing event has given me a dramatic change of perspective. As an author, it has struck me how much a home and a writing a book has in common. In both cases, we fret, we worry, we keep it up and clean it out, we come to… Read More
Maybe you want to learn a new language, travel to New Zealand, or climb Mt. Kilimanjaro before you run out of time. Or perhaps your desires are more simple, just things that you keep putting off because life gets in the way, like seeing your sister, or visiting your daughter in college, or maybe you… Read More
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