If evil threated to destroy everything you knew, would you flee, faint or fight? I’ve asked myself these question a million times. I don’t know the answer, though I do think love is the ultimate emotion and people will go to great lengths to preserve it. I like to believe I would fight, but I… Read More
A.S. Fenichel gave up a successful career in New York
to follow her husband to Texas and pursue her lifelong
of being a professional writer. She's never looked back.
A.S. adores writing stories filled with love, passion,
desire, magic and maybe a little mayhem tossed in for
measure. Books have always been her perfect escape and
still relishes diving into one and staying up all night
finish a good story.
Multi-published in erotic, contemporary and historical
romance, A.S. is the author of the Mayan Destiny series,
Christmas Bliss and many more. With several books
contracted to multiple publishers, A.S. will be brining
her brand of romance for many years to come.
Originally from New York, she grew up in New Jersey, and
lives in the East Texas with her real life hero, her
wonderful husband. When not reading or writing she enjoys
cooking, travel, history, and puttering in her garden.
by A. S. Fenichel – Good question. Here’s the thing, I love mythology. I love the Greek and Roman myths about gods and mortals. I love the way many of those myths have given us words and phrases we still use today: Achilles heel, Adonis, Caught between a rock and a hard place, The Midas… Read More
by A.S. Fenichel I blame Jane Austen for making the early 1800s so romantic to me. I love the period. I love the rules and I hate the rules. No touching or even being alone together. I love this because when they finally do touch, even if it’s incidental, it’s earth-shattering. Then there is the… Read More
by A. S. Fenichel Those of you who follow my blog know that I love to travel. I’ve been all over the country, though there’s still much more to see. I’ve also been to South America, Mexico, Canada and all over Europe. I enjoy meeting new people and checking out cultural similarities and differences. I’m… Read More
The Psychic Mates series is all about a world where organizations of psychic law enforcement and evil psychic mercenaries exist and the battle between good and evil rages on between them. I cannot even begin to tell you how much fun these books are to write. With each new character, I come up with a… Read More
WISHING GAME is centered around Lady Day, a holiday that no longer exists. I know that sounds crazy, right? We add holidays all the time. In fact we have a holiday for everything. Well, what do you know, we discontinue holidays all the time too. Look at Presidents Day in the US. When I was… Read More
In celebration of the print release of Mayan Inferno, I thought we’d talk about the End of Days, apocalypse, the rapture, Armageddon, the final battle, holocaust, showdown between good and evil. Call it whatever you like, every race and religion has some version of the end of the world as we know it. I went… Read More
I’ve noticed that a lot of readers are interested in inspiration. That is they want to know where a writer gets the idea for a story. I’m so happy to be back on Writerspace to talk about my sexy holiday release, REVVING UP THE HOLIDAYS and where that muse came from. In general, with the… Read More
Why do I write in so many different and varying categories? I’ve been told by more than one party that I should pick a genre and stick to it. “You have to create a brand.” “It’s too confusing for your readers if you write in more than one genre.” That’s what they tell me. I… Read More
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Absinthe…the seductive killer sweet of Gilded Age New Orleans
Greetings! During the frosty, dark nights of December, I always crave killer sweets. Sweets like chocolate marshmallow fudge. And glazed gingerbread. And cinnamon-sugared crullers. And as I write the sequel to Fanny Newcomb and the Irish Channel Ripper—which takes place in 1889 New Orleans—I’ve been lusting after that city’s most popular killer sweet: creamy pecan… Read More