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genreOur eNovel authors cover a wide range of genres…

…with an accent on Romance (most of the time!)

Find a book by author using the Our Authors drop down menu, or browse by genre here…

Sweet Romance

Jackie Weger

Donna Fasano

Mimi Barbour

Jerri Hines

Rosie Dean

Ellie Campbell

Amy Vansant

Traci Hall

Stacy Juba

Mystery/Suspense

R.P. Dahlke

David Wind

Ellie Campbell

Melinda Clayton

Stacy Juba

Nicholas C. Rossis

EM Kaplan

Loretta Jackson & Vickie Britton

Contemporary Fiction

Julie Frayn

Bronwyn Elsmore

Laurie Boris

Rosie Dean

Ellie Campbell

Amy Vansant

A.J. Lape

P.C. Zick

Nicholas C. Rossis

L. Donsky-Levine

Crime/Thriller

 

David Wind

A. J. Lape

Loretta Jackson & Vickie Britton

Historical Fiction, Fantasy and Romance

Dianne Greenlay

Lorrie Farrelly

Amy Vansant

Jerri Hines

S.R. Mallery

Mary D. Brooks

Roberta Kagan

C.B. Pratt

Paranormal Fantasy

Linda Lee Williams

Amy Vansant

Effrosyni Moschoudi

Nicholas C. Rossis

Lorena Angell

Lu J. Whitley

Phoebe Matthews

EM Kaplan

Urban Fantasy

Amy Vansant

Effrosyni Moschoudi

Lu J. Whitley

Phoebe Matthews

TJ Shortt

EM Kaplan

Humor

Nick Tory

Literary Fiction

Mary Smith

Bronwyn Elsmore

Science Fiction

Dale Furse

David Wind

Nicholas C. Rossis

Aurora Springer

Non-Fiction and Memoir

Mary Smith

Carolyn Steele

Amy Vansant

Bronwyn Elsmore

Chris Lowrie

 Books for the Guys

Carolyn Steele

 

Young Adult

Carmen DeSousa (The Creatus Series)

Dale Furse

A.J. Lape

Lorena Angell

TJ Shortt

4 Comments

  1. Any authors want to guest blog on my fledging site (fewer than 12 months old), please let me know. I’m open to many topics and dates!

    best to you all!

  2. Dale Furse says:

    That’s a lovely offer, Sally. Thanks and if I ever have something worthy, I will contact you. 🙂

  3. KJD says:

    Hi Sally,

    I’m game, anything you particularly want me to cover? How about any of these:

    1) The difference between Crime Thrillers and Actioners?

    2) Are similes overused in modern fiction?

    3) The pleasures and pitfalls of writing in a foreign country (I’m based in France)

    Tee hee. 🙂

    Your choice,

    Kerry

  4. KJD says:

    Hey,
    I’d have thought my books would have come under ‘Books for the Guys’ – wouldn’t you?

    🙂

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