Alyssa Alexander

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Date registered: February 14, 2015

Latest posts

  1. Duke-A-Licious Book Coming Your Way — February 14, 2019
  2. Ravioli In Paris, Or The Beauty In Front Of You — January 13, 2019
  3. **Giveaway** with Diane Burton — July 14, 2018
  4. And That’s The Way The Hair Falls Out…Er, The Cookie Crumbles. — May 30, 2018
  5. Finding My Tribe — May 2, 2018

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Feb 14

Duke-A-Licious Book Coming Your Way

I have the very great honor (and pleasure!) of joining 12 other authors to bring you DUKES BY THE DOZEN, an anthology of a baker’s dozen of romance shorts. There is one for every month, beginning with me (eep!) in January, and ending with another January story. That’s 13 months, 13 stories, 13 authors. But …

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Jan 13

Ravioli In Paris, Or The Beauty In Front Of You

I was doing some research this weekend, as authors constantly do. I needed to be in Paris, so I Google Mapped myself there. As I was virtually walking down various streets, I came across the Rue de Rivoli. It caught my eye because I was in Paris in April 2016 and walked down that street. …

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Jul 14

**Giveaway** with Diane Burton

Please join me in welcoming Diane Burton! Diane is the author of sci-fi romance and mysteries, her latest being NUMBERS NEVER LIE, a romantic suspense, which released Monday, July 9th. Be sure to enter the celebratory Rafflecopter giveaway below! I’ve known Diane for about 10 years, as she’s a long time member of the Mid-Michigan Romance …

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May 30

And That’s The Way The Hair Falls Out…Er, The Cookie Crumbles.

For those of you who might remember the woes of the Franken-Foot, I’ve got another update. For those of you who are unfamiliar, you can find the beginning of the story here. The gist is a rare, aggressive tumor grew in my foot. 4 inches long, 1.5 inches wide, 1.5 inches thick, and entangled in …

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May 02

Finding My Tribe

Tribe (n): a social division in a traditional society consisting of families or communities linked by social, economic, religious, or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect, typically having a recognized leader.   I remember the first time I went to a writers meeting. It was in the fall, circa 2007, at a sweet …

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