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Ann Fields began her writing career in 1995 with the publication of her first romance novel, After Hours. Since then, Fields has published three additional romance novels, Second Time Around, Love Everlasting and Give and Take. Fuller’s Curse is her most recent full-length work and it marks her debut in the paranormal genre.

Fields also has published in non-fiction, authoring the book Stop Stalling and Write as well as numerous articles which have appeared in Teen Graffiti, Basic and other magazines.

Her short stories have been published in Lyrical Darkness; Voices from the Block; A Legacy of African-American Literature and Bouquet: A Delightful Collection of Mother’s Day Romances.

Visit Fields online at www.annfields.com, https://twitter.com
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Ann Fields Fortunately, I have never encountered writer's block and I have been writing professionally since 1995. I have, however, encountered editing block. Th…moreFortunately, I have never encountered writer's block and I have been writing professionally since 1995. I have, however, encountered editing block. This is the point in my writing where I am cutting, refining or as they say in the construction business, "make ready" the scene. As I think more about it, it's not really an editing block either; it's just the plain ole hard part of writing. So how do I deal with the hard part of writing? 1) Push through it; 2) Take a walk around the house or neighborhood; 3) Temporarily do something else, like wash dishes, check snail mail, return a quick call; 4) Work on a different part of the manuscript. I have used all of these tricks and they have helped me complete eleven books to date.(less)
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I started my blog six years ago. Back then, September 2012, I was adamant about focusing only on the topics of reading, writing and spirituality. I was definitely not going to write or entertain any posts on the subjects of religion, sex or politics. And for the most part I’ve been true to my mission. However, you may have noticed that I have not posted a new article since December 2017. I hear yo

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It was refreshing to read a murder mystery featuring mature characters. I enjoyed reading about adult situations, adult experiences, and most importantly, adult reasons to kill. I found charming the amateur sleuth (main character) who logically but o ...more
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I was given this book by the publishers to read and provide an objective review. I am so glad they asked me to read/review. I am a fan of short stories and almost anything that is dark and twisted. And Christmas is a given! This collection (144 pages ...more
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Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors by Sonali Dev
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Full disclosure: I am not a banner-waving Jane Austen fan. I do enjoy her stories and I think she is a skilled writer, but one reading of her classics is good enough for me.

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I really looked forward to reading this work. I had heard so many great things about it from readers whose opinions normally jive with mine on books. And while I thoroughly enjoyed reading about the Native American culture and the fascinating traditi ...more
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Can't go wrong with Detroit! Or can you?

This was my first foray into the Charlie Mack Motown Mystery series and will not be my last. From the opening introduction of the main characters, I felt like I already knew the people. Or, at least knew of the
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Bingo Barge Murder by Jessie Chandler
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I have never had so much fun with murder. From page one to the big reveal, I laughed, shook my head, and nearly rolled off the bed reading the antics of Shay, Coop, and Edwina - the three main characters in “Bingo Barge Murder: a Shay O’Hanlon Caper ...more
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