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ROMANTIC SUSPENSE
where fear and passion collide
Debora Dale Alt logo
ROMANTIC SUSPENSE
where fear and passion collide
Flash Fiction: A Valentine Surprise

Flash Fiction: A Valentine Surprise

The wind howled so loudly, it sounded like a jetliner overhead. But the whipping snow was so blinding she hoped all planes had been grounded during the storm. There were only yards to go to get home now. Yards she counted as she struggled to keep moving. Despite the...
Contest Ended – We Have a Winner!

Contest Ended – We Have a Winner!

And the Winner Is Thank you to everyone who helped me celebrate my cover reveal last week.  And thank you for your PM’s telling me how much you love it – I do, too! This week, I’m thrilled to announce the winner of my small contest for a free e-copy...
Cover Reveal and Contest

Cover Reveal and Contest

Cover Reveal The journey from dreaming about being a published author to becoming one has been long, detoured and filled with unexpected speed bumps. But now, today, it feels like I am finally coasting to a smooth stop at the first vista. I intend to soak in the view...
Children as Caretakers

Children as Caretakers

Imagine being a child, 10 years of age, and suddenly responsible for the wellbeing of a baby brother or sister. While seeing children as caretakers is not that uncommon, when children take on the role of parent for their siblings, teaching them to walk, talk, brush...
Not Your Mother’s Hero

Not Your Mother’s Hero

Yesterday’s Hero   We’ve all heard of them, most of us have read them – many of us enjoyed them. What were they? Romance novels from decades ago, dime-store books, mass-market paperbacks we eagerly devoured, shared and discussed, where the hero swept the heroine off...
Not Your Mother’s Heroine

Not Your Mother’s Heroine

New Release! In my new romantic suspense, Surrender at Canyon Road, (available May 2020!), my heroine is faced with a harrowing choice. She must save herself or save her meager possessions. Logically, we’d scream for her—for anyone—to save themselves. But in Dani’s...