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All About Jeanne Adams

It’s wonderful for a writer to live near Washington, DC as I do. The research resources are fabulous, the scenery is great – complete with monuments, gorgeous public buildings, and the most amazing, weird, convoluted, political people – and I get to be here with the most awesome family, friends and neighbors in the world. I live here with my wonderful husband (he’s my personal hero), my two delightful, growing-too-fast sons, and my silly dogs.

I teach classes on body disposal, making your writing space work for you, and surviving "almost there" in the writing world.

Being part of the Ad(d)ams Family, as you can imagine, Halloween is my favorite holiday. I love to work in the garden, run my dogs, hang out with my family, and write.

Oh, and I love, love, LOVE being a Romance Bandit!

Other than that, as another, more famous author says, the rest is subject to change without notice.


LAUNCH PARTY in the Lair! It’s love Under the Kissing Bough….

Hey everyone!!  Happy (early) Thanksgiving!  You need something to take the pressure off and help you get through Thanksgiving with your family. Really.  You do. Grins. How about 15 FABULOUS, fun, happy tales of love under the Mistletoe?  Mischief, reunions, magick, and happily ever afters abound in these fifteen gems from authors in all genres. Need a historical taste of love under the kissing bough? That would be regency from Barbara Devlin’s Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me;  medieval from Kathryn le Veque’s Upon a Midnight Dream, Catherine Kean’s One Knight’s Kiss, Anna Markland’s Unkissable Knight, and Elizabeth Rose’s Destiny’s Kiss and Meara Platt‘s If You
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I’m SO excited!  It’s OCTOBER!!!  WOOT!!! Thanks for popping in today.  I’m in the throes of getting the house decorated.  See the typewriter below?  It’s a “Haunted Typewriter” from Grandin Road – they have the BEST Halloween stuff!!   It “spirit-types” HELP over and over.  Perfect for a Halloween-obsessed writer!  Grins. Stormy weather and book deadlines have me a few days behind, but it’ll be up by the end of the weekend.  Grins.  (I’m waiting till Monday to do the outside since Sunday is supposed to be windy and rainy. ) But I’m getting a start inside between Capclave and
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Sometimes, one breath is enough…. a #HoldOnToTheLight Post

Once upon a time, years ago, a friend of mine and I were fighting at the top of our lungs. At issue was a big, fat, red Swiss Army Knife. Those of you who know me might be very, very puzzled.  I’m not a “yeller.”  I’m not a person who thrives on conflict or chaos.  I’m the peacemaker pouring oil on troubled waters. In this instance, however, I was shouting, raging, and very nearly out of control.  I was terrified.  I was yelling in hopes that my words would get through.  My prayer, my plea, was that somehow, if I shouted loud
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