Author Archives: Linda Nightingale

Calling Bianca Swan. Oh, Bianca, where are you?

Erotic Romance author Bianca Swan wrote two novellas published by The Wild Rose Press and one full-length novel published by Double Dragon Publishing, a Canadian publisher… Then… Nothing. I know Bianca well. I am Bianca. I was born to keep … Continue reading

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The Prisoner of Valathia — James Austin McCormick!!

I’d like to welcome author James Austin McCormick to PFS. James, I was in Manchester i May.  Please tell us about you: My latest novel is a continuation of my DRAGON SciFi/space opera series and the fourth entry in the … Continue reading

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Horses! And More Horses! From a Horse Lover!

From the time I was born, I was in love with horses.  Every Christmas, I’d rush to the window to see if there was a pony tied to a tree.  Sadly, there never was until my parents moved to a … Continue reading

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Rope a Cowboy for Only $2.99–What a Deal!!

The Cowboys of Clark’s Folly is now in PRINT! and to celebrate the publisher, Gilded Dragonfly Books, has placed the eBook on sale for only $2.99. Authors MM Mayfield  and MJ Flournoy asked me to join them and Carol Shaughnessy … Continue reading

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Sinbad Sails Again by Toni V. Sweeney

In this last entry in the Sinbad series, Sinbad sh’en Singh, abruptly growing tired of the younger generation’s condescension, kicks over the traces.  Taking his youngest son and a grandson on a journey to the places he and wife a … Continue reading

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Three Twisted Sisters: Texas Hill Country’s Most Famous Trio

While you can legally drive 80 mph on Texas State Highway 130, also known as the Pickle Parkway, motorcycle and sports car enthusiasts flock to three Hill Country Ranch Roads.  SH 335, 336 and 337, are known throughout Texas as … Continue reading

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A Dream Long in the Making

Back in the Dark Ages when the internet was a shiny new tool and I lived in the Sunshine State, I was working on a dark fantasy I called I, Lucifer.  This title was singularly appropriate because it is a … Continue reading

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Cowboys and Indians

Though none of the cowboy stories in our anthology The Cowboys of Clark’s Folly has any Native Americans, Texas was home to hundreds of tribes of American Indians. I’ll only name and discuss a few, living around the location in … Continue reading

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Bride of the Beast by Toni V. Sweeney

I’d never written anything even remotely biblical before, so when I started on Bride of the Beast, I was surprised at the turns it took. Bride of the Beast is based on the story of the golden idol in the … Continue reading

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