Norse scored major “cool mom” points by playing the same video games
as her sons and their friends. In these virtual worlds she slayed demons and
destroyed machines bent on galactic extermination while simultaneously wooing
cocky assassins and sexy aliens. She fell in love with the make-believe worlds
and rich characters that inhabited them and now writes her own tales of love,
romance, and adventure.Still a gamer – and still cool – Isabella lives in Georgia with her husband and
a herd of rescue cats. She loves to hear from readers!
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three dogs – Pixie, Lily, and Milo. She started her writing career in 2013,
when she decided to trade her brushes, paints and canvases for pen and paper
but, in this case—computer and keyboard. She works from home and squeezes
writing in between jobs for her graphic design business and letting the dogs in
and out—a full-time job in itself. She published her first book in the
“Inescapable” series “The Beginning” in May of 2014, and the second book
“Remembering” in June of 2014 and followed by book three “Tomorrow,” in July of
Mysteries’—Young Adult books about the adventures of Sophie Collins, a
modern-day Nancy Drew. The first edition “The Red Coat” is available in the
Kindle Store on Amazon.
visual artist. She is a Signature Member of the Missouri Watercolor Society and
a Best of Missouri Hands Juried Artist. Her work can be found in the
collections of numerous corporate and private collections throughout the United
States, Great Britain, and China.
Innovations, LLC, a Missouri based graphic design firm, and owner of MEG
Originals Fine Art.
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McKee is originally from Pittsburgh, but moved to Florida in 2002, after the
death of her son. Most of her books take place in the Western Pennsylvania
area, the place she will always call home. Being adventurous, Carole changed
careers more than once. She holds four degrees in four different fields. She
began writing in 1996, when she wrote a tribute to her black Lab after he
passed away. Her first novel, “Perfect,” debuted in 2006. When “Perfect” won an
award, and was well-received by so many readers, it became a turning point in
Carole McKee’s life. Although she had always written stories, she never thought
that she could actually become a writer. Her second novel, “Choices,” became a
series, followed by “The Bushes are Red” “The Full Nelson” and “Consequences.”
She has written four eBooks: “Maddie’s Garden,” “Kisses from the Heart,”
“Second chances,” and “Going Home.:” Her trilogy “Testosterone Poisoning,” is
available in an eBook format as well as paperback. She is currently working on
what will end up being another series, “Angelface.”
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her husband and two rescue dachshunds. She’s an avid supporter of animal rescue
and gives a percentage of all book sales to rescue groups. In her spare time,
she likes to be with her family, work in the garden
and take mild to moderate hikes, go wine tasting, and travel. She also loves to
read. She’s always enjoyed reading, but
it wasn’t until she landed a job as a library assistant that her love for
reading exploded. Surrounded daily by great authors, Debbie was exposed to a
whole different world revolving around books.
inspirational romance and women’s fiction. Her female characters are strong and
independent, and when faced with adversity, overcome the perils that stand in
their way by focusing on the positive when dealing with grief and unhappiness.
truth woven throughout them. In addition
to sharing some real life experiences, she uses her 20+ years as a military
wife also as inspiration.
in the way of romance or women’s fiction, consider selecting one of Debbie’s
books. Check out her signing schedule as well. If you’re in the area of any of
them, she’d be happy to sign a copy for you.
enjoys writing romance in as many genres as she can. Creating characters people
can relate to and are drawn to is her goal. She hopes it keeps you coming back
She would love to hear from you. You can email her at email@example.com
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Snippet from Perfect Pitch by Debbie White
“She’ll be obsessed with baseball, and not have much of a life beyond it until she meets the man of her dreams that is,” she said.
Zach brushed his hand across his face. He’d paused before he spoke. “When you say it like that, makes it sound like baseball isn’t worth living for. It pays my bills, and not to mention the activity side of the sport. It keeps me in shape.”
He got that right. On and off the diamond, Colton was ripped. He had what many would describe as a solid frame. It was beautiful and she admired his strength. It was most difficult to conduct the interview with well-defined pecs and a six-pack visible under his tight tee-shirt. Someone had to do it, she giggled to herself.