Author Archives: terriponce

About terriponce

I write about twists, turns, past lives and suspense.

Character Interview: Kat Smith–Russian National who loves lipstick, babies, and cyber-security

Just when I thought I couldn’t be surprised by anyone anymore I met Kat Smith, a Russian National with big secrets in her life and in her handbag. Kat Smith is the heroine of Masquerading with the Billionaire and is … Continue reading

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The Past Life Series Bundle Is 99 Cents! — “Delicious conflict and forbidden desires”

One man is her soul mate. Another owns a piece of her heart. Together they share a distant past that will change everything.

Forever.

THE PAST LIFE SERIES.
Where millennia-old secrets test passion, reality, and love. Continue reading

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Character Interview: Anastasia Pollack–Amateur sleuth who fights mob loan sharks and wishes she didn’t inherit that parrot

I had a terrific time interviewing Anastasia Pollack this week. She’s an amateur sleuth of author Lois Winston’s critically acclaimed Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mysteries (who’s been dubbed “North Jersey’s more mature answer to Stephanie Plum” by Kirkus Reviews), and if you haven’t … Continue reading

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Three Simple Words Can Transform Your Life

How often are you in a situation in which someone says something you take the wrong way? It could be at work, or at home, or in the supermarket — we’ve all experienced times in which the person we’re with makes … Continue reading

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Meet Author Susanne Matthews: Self-Discovery, Fears, and What She’d Like to Be in a Crayon Box

When I talked to Susanne Matthews about her books and life in general, I got a few surprises. I learned about the wild adventures in her head that drive her to write and the muse that inspires her stories, and that her compelling fiction crosses several genres. Oh, and there’s a little secret about colors in crayon boxes that she shared with me, too. Continue reading

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The Groundhog Conspiracy

I bet you think he’s cute. Cuddly. Innocent.

But he’s messing with our minds, I tell you. Continue reading

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When One Door Closes, A Windmill Can Often Be Found

Change, almost always, isn’t personal. It’s how you view change that makes it personal. Continue reading

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