Hi Everyone! So happy you dropped by today. Exciting things are happening at my keyboard these days. This month my next installment in the Accidental Encounters series will be released. This is a little series I started two years ago and is still very popular. I wanted something very different for this story, so I… Read More
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Geri FosterFor as long as she can remember, Geri Foster has been a lover of reading and the written word. By the seventh grade she had worn out two library cards and had read every book in her age area of the library. After raising a family and saying good-bye to the corporate world, she tried her hand at writing.To her surprise, she won a couple of contests, hooked up with a really great critique group and her writing career was well on its way. She spent several years studying her craft and developing her voice.Action, intrigue, danger and sultry romance drew her like a magnet. That's why she had no choice but to launch her published career with action-romance suspense. While she reads every genre under the sun, she's always been drawn to guns, bombs, and fighting men. Secrecy and suspense move her to write edgy stories about daring and honorable heroes who manage against all odds to end up with their one true love.To keep the serious side of life at bay, Geri likes to write hilarious sexy short stories for her fans, and in a new episodic format Geri is exploring the deeper, darker nuances of life and relationships in small-town mid-century America with her Love Released, Women of Courage serial.
For years I wanted to write stories about young women struggling for a second chance in a small mid-western town. I knew this was not a popular genre and I stood the chance that no one would ever read the pages, or appreciate the stories, but I had to try. There is much of my… Read More
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The Most Beautiful Girl I Never Knew
by Robert Tate Miller Her name was Jamie Heckman, and she was the prettiest girl at Flat Rock Junior High. But, where “pretty” often opens doors to teenage popularity, Jamie was scarcely a blip on our school’s social radar screen. She had few friends, and I wasn’t among them. The year was 1976, and I… Read More