Tag Archives: 2017 RONE Finalist

Effing Feline seeks his roots

I, Effing Feline, haven’t managed to track down any of my sisters yet (click here for the background), but I’ve discovered some cats who surely must be related to me. Today I’ll show you the first of my famous relatives. Joan of Arcat is one of the most famous European cats. She’s considered a heroine […]

Call me a Prairie Vole #mfrwauthor

Once again, here’s the Marketing for Romance Writers blog hop. For  week 41, the writing prompt is: My First Love Scientists have found that some prairie voles are genetically programmed to be monogamous. They’ve even located the gene that controls this. Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have found that natural selection drives some […]

Effing Feline’s unfaves

I, Effing Feline, told you last week about some of my favorite things. Now some unfaves: dogs cats that are cuter than me people who think other cats are cuter than me food that isn’t meat or fish dogs And now, a snippet from Ed’s sci fi romance, Escapee, featuring the beloved skoot. Captain Dukelsky wants Catt […]

2017 RONE Finalist — Escapee

I am delighted to announce that Escapee (Repelling the Invasion #2) is a finalist in the science fiction category for the 2017 RONE Award. The RONE (Reward of Novel Excellence) is an annual award contest run by InD’Tale Magazine.  Throughout the year the InD’tale reviewers read and rate independent books. All books that receive a 5-Star review automatically […]