Pushing the Envelope

- by Patricia Rosemoor

I’ve had writing partners before, and each time a different partner means a different experience. Rebecca York and Ann Voss Peterson and I wrote several connected projects. We created the world and characters of each project together and critiqued each other’s synopses before writing. Another partner and I plotted chapter by chapter together and each […]

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Holiday in Crimson

- by Patricia Rosemoor

As a child, I lived in the far reaches of the city, then in the suburbs of Chicago. I didn’t know much about the downtown area, nearly twenty miles away by electric train, except that I always looked forward to my infrequent trips there. My mom treated me every holiday, taking me downtown to see […]

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HAUNTED (or Happy Halloween)

- by Patricia Rosemoor

I remember always wanting to write paranormal romantic suspense of some sort. My editors at Intrigue always told me I couldn’t do it. But somehow I got away with writing HAUNTED, a book set at Halloween, another of many firsts for me. The first Intrigue with a paranormal element – a ghost who provides a […]

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Writing about Riding

- by Patricia Rosemoor

I love writing horse books. Whether they’re rounding up cows, being raced or being bred, I’m in. My new novel, BORN TO BE WILD from Entangled Publishing’s Dead Sexy line, is something of a horse book. Back in the day, I rode at least once a week for nine years. Some of you may ride […]

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