DC Area Storytellers

The DC Area Storytellers are a group of authors of multiple genres residing in or near the Washington, DC area. Published within the fields of romance, science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, fiction and non-fiction, this diverse group of authors offers a wide range of works for readers to savor.

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New Book Trailer: Noble Blood, The Gray Court Book 2

Wednesday, December 29, 2010
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My Son Best Seller at All Romance Ebooks

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

My Son Best Seller at All Romance My short story, My Son, is a best seller at All Romance!

Sex, liquor, and men are not always a good thing. Kelly Ann Mitchell discovers this the hard way. One night of confusion, and misplaced trust result in a mistake she can’t take back. Forced to make a choice, she chooses the only thing she can live with which changes her life, and the lives of everyone around her forever.

Charles Mitchell failed his family, his daughter, once. He’s determined not to do it again. Jerry Harte must pay for what he’s done, and Charles will be the one to make sure he does.
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Holiday Author Gala & Early Holiday Present

Thursday, December 16, 2010
Two early presents, really. The first is the gala itself. This Saturday, December 18, 7-9 p.m., the Borders at 4420 Mitchellville Road, Bowie, MD 20716, will host a book signing featuring:

- Rising romantic suspense star Jeanne Adams,

- Bestselling science fiction and fantasy writer Catherine Asaro,

- Break-out historical romance author Grace Burrowes,

- Award-winning children's author Deborah Da Costa,

- Three time Nebula Award nominee and veteran SF short story writer Bud Sparhawk, and

- Me.

Just in time for your holiday buying. And to help you get into the spirit of the holidays, there will be music by Catherine and Donald Wolcott. How can you you go wrong?

The second present arrived in my email earlier tonight: the Letter of Agreement for Dragon*Con 25. Nine months away and my mind is already there.

Jean Marie Ward
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"The Vampires Of Jeri Smith Ready" now live

Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Just a quick note to say my interview with Jeri Smith-Ready, the latest in my "Vampires Of" series, is now live at Buzzy Multimedia. She really is as nice in person as she is on the page.
And while you're in the clicking mood, don't forget Angela Kay Austin's Internal Rhyme for her hero Chance O'Malley.
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Angela Kay Austin's Internal Rhyme

Monday, December 6, 2010

Character inspired prose. Every once in a while my characters like to drop by and share what’s happening in their worlds. Now, there are a lot of ways in which they could do this, but I’ve asked them to express themselves through poetry at Internal Rhyme. Of course, my men argue this point, but we’ve found a happy compromise. I think. We hope that you’ll drop by and read what’s on their minds, and maybe sometimes mine.

These are not the works of Chaucer, Dante, Emily Bronte, Shakespeare, Emily Dickinson, Nikki Giovanni, Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, or Alexander Pope.

But, character inspired poetic prose. As my characters meet, fall in love, fight love, deal with the pressures in their worlds they will drop by to share what they’re feeling with all of us. So, please visit often.

December 7th, Chance O'Malley, my hero from Love's Chance will share with us his feelings about the passing of his father in a piece he's titled "For My Father".
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