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Fresh Pick | BITTEN BY CUPID by Jaime Rush, Pamela Palmer, Lynsay Sands
Fresh Pick / February 15, 2011

January 2010 On Sale: January 1, 2010 384 pages ISBN: 0061894451 EAN: 9780061894459 Mass Market Paperback $7.99 Add to Wish List Paranormal, Romance Anthology Buy at “Other” Cupid stories Bitten by Cupid by Jaime Rush, Pamela Palmer, Lynsay Sands New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands and Avon Books rising stars Pamela Palmer and Jaime Rush bring readers Valentine’s Day tales with a bite. Vampire Valentine by Lynsay Sands Mirabeau LaRouche knew she had a job to do, but she never expected her assignment to take her through New York CityŒs dark, dank underground-in her bridesmaid gown, no less! And when her partner turns out to be mortal private investigator Tiny McGraw, Mireabeau knows itŒs no ordinary CupidŒs arrow that has struck her heart this ValentineŒs Day. Hearts Untamed by Pamela Palmer Ten years ago Zeeland left D.C. to join the Therian Guard, needing to put some distance between himself and the still- too-young Julianne. Now he’s returned, in the midst of a Valentine’s celebration to find Julianne more beautiful than ever, still angry at him for leaving, and up to her lovely eyebrows in an intrigue that threatens both of their immortal lives. Kiss and Kill Cupid by…

PAMELA PALMER | The Challenge (and fun) of Writing a Series
Author Guest / June 29, 2010

The fourth book in my Feral Warrior shape-shifter series, RAPTURE UNTAMED, hits shelves today! Meanwhile, book five is off to the copyeditor and book six is staring back at me like a wide blank screen. Actually…it’s not. Which is one of the best things about writing a connected series of books. If I were simply starting a new book, an unconnected book, the sky would be the limit. And I very well might be staring at a blank screen, trying to decide what to write about, who to write about, the time period, the place, the people. But I’m writing book six. I already know most of the characters, I know the setting, the place and time, the secondary characters, the over-arching conflict. All that has been set-up in previous books. The Feral Warriors series isn’t simply a collection of romances set in the same world. It’s one big story with a beginning, a middle, and (eventually) an end. As I start working on each new book, I first look at where the story ended in the previous book. I’m not writing a new story so much as a new chapter of an on-going story. A chapter with a new…