Maggie Wells | Margaret Ethridge

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Archive for Month: September 2012

Six Sentence Sunday – 9/23/12

Posted on Sep 23, 2012 by Maggie Wells   6 Comments | Posted in Blog

Today’s selection comes from the upcoming Hot Nights in St. Blaise series. Here’s the blurb for Bustin’ Out All Over: Terri Ecklund wishes she’d never agreed to be Miss June. As billing manager for SBRMC, she could appreciate that the damn thing had raised a healthy amount of money to fund hospital improvements, but it [Read more…]

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Six Sentence Sunday – 9/16/12

Posted on Sep 16, 2012 by Maggie Wells   6 Comments | Posted in Blog

Today’s selection comes from the upcoming Hot Nights in St. Blaise series. Here’s the blurb for Mr. Mayhem: Lab tech Melanie Curtis claims Dr. Marc Mayhew’s shy smile won her vote for Mr. May, but the fact is, she’s been aching to get a taste of the delicious Pathologist’s mochachino skin since the moment she [Read more…]

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Monday Mayhem – It’s a keeper!

Posted on Sep 10, 2012 by Margaret Ethridge   3 Comments | Posted in Blog

I kind of did. I took a little vacay over Labor Day week, and boy was I good at it! Between bouts of napping, eating, and reading smutty books, I managed to write a new novella. It’s to meet a call for submissions that closes this week, so I am scrambling to edit and polish [Read more…]

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Six Sentence Sunday – 9/9/12

Posted on Sep 9, 2012 by Maggie Wells   4 Comments | Posted in Blog

Today’s selection comes from the upcoming Hot Nights in St. Blaise series. Here’s the blurb for Always Miss April: The tender feelings Sheriff Delavan Cormack has for his lifelong best friend, Marilyn Dumbrowski, are the worst kept secret in a tiny town where everyone knows everyone else’s business. When Marilyn’s teenage son starts acting out, [Read more…]

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Six Sentence Sunday – 9/2/12

Posted on Sep 2, 2012 by Maggie Wells   3 Comments | Posted in Blog

Today’s six sentences come from March Madness – part of my upcoming Hot Nights in St. Blaise series. Here’s the blurb: Shelli Ann Jones never considered ‘It takes one to know one’ an effective pick-up line, but when she runs headlong into St. Blaise Regional Medical Center’s elusive Mr. March, she revises her opinion. Trauma [Read more…]

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