Author: Julye Evans

Butterflies?

I decided I wanted to try to make sourdough bread. Mainly because it is kinda expensive at the grocery store and we really like it. Not sure if you have made sourdough bread, but you have to begin with a “starter.” You can buy them, or make one yourself. I decided to make one. This […]

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I found a thing!

My cats are indoor-outdoor cats. They use the dog door. One of my cats brings in “toys” and has this specific call that says she has something fun, come see. Typically it is a lizard, sometimes a grasshopper. It was cold and wet and my cat hadn’t been outside much. She made her special call […]

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Vampires Vs. Werewolves

According to Authors: Vampires vs. Werewolves It’s an age-old question any paranormal romance or urban fantasy fan has probably spent a disproportionate amount of time thinking about… Which is better: vampires or werewolves? A brave team of authors is battling it out this week making their arguments for which supernatural being is the most powerful […]

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Happy Book Birthday!

Today is release day! I finally get to share Ginny and Eli’s story with you! I’m so excited. There are some great new characters you get to meet. Trust me, many of them will be back again. Go grab your copy today! Please follow and like us:

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Where is my countdown timer?

I’m so excited! My AMAZING Editor, Mandy Smith with Raw Book Editing, just sent my book to the proofer. That means Advance Reader Team watch out! BEAR’S PERFECT MATCH WILL BE HEADED OUT SOON! For those of you who have pre-ordered it, it will hit your e-readers November 15! One reader told me after reading […]

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But of Course….

The place on my desk in front of my monitor is clear. Perfect for cat lounging and getting pets.   But do they hang there? Of course not. They sit to the side where I have to reach over to pet them (yeah, I know, Max has his box, but when he wants pets, he […]

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Just a Game

Here is another snippit from Bear’s Perfect Match (unedited and rough draft). “What was up with the … game we were playing earlier?” Ginny ground out. Not that game was the best way to describe the frustrating exercise that left her sweaty and irritated. At his puzzled expression, she went on, “where you had me […]

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