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ROMANTIC SUSPENSE
where fear and passion collide
Debora Dale Alt logo
ROMANTIC SUSPENSE
where fear and passion collide
Book Birthday!

Book Birthday!

Book Birthday Celebration Today marks one month since the release of my debut romantic suspense, Surrender at Canyon Road. One month doesn’t seem like a lot of time, and yet, for a book so long in the making, where I lived and breathed the characters, it’s a very long...
RELEASE DAY! Surrender at Canyon Road

RELEASE DAY! Surrender at Canyon Road

Snuggle up with a Romance Tonight When planning the release of my debut romantic suspense novel, I anticipated some bumps and hurdles, but I never anticipated anything as catastrophic as a pandemic. My state has been the hardest hit in the USA so far, with...
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...

Should I Stay or Should I Go

I started on my journey toward publication years ago, more than 15 in fact. I had a full-time job, a child, pets, and volunteer work at a local animal shelter. But, I also had the dream of seeing my name in print on the spine of a book on a bookstore shelf. I pursued...
Blue Satin Sashes – a writing prompt

Blue Satin Sashes – a writing prompt

My muse has been known to take wrong turns now and then, wandering as it does in a never-ending search for something dark and mysterious or sparkley and fun to play with. Because of that never-ending quest, it’s not uncommon for my wandering muse to wind up...
No, I Won’t be Attending NYC’s Writer’s Conference

No, I Won’t be Attending NYC’s Writer’s Conference

My writing organization membership just expired. By choice. I had been a member of the largest organization for romance authors for more than a decade. I’d made some amazing friends during my time there. I found my writer’s ‘voice’ and I learned to trust my process....