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Book Picks: Add these to your list

Our favorite Author, Patricia Fisher joins us with some great reads for the month of February, including books for Black History Month, a few great memoirs and of course, some romances to send our hearts racing. Black History Month: We Could Not…

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Snuggle Up with a Good Book

Patricia Fischer is back and showing off her latest book picks to cozy up with this season. Grab a hot drink and snuggle up with one of her favorite reads from authors Carly Bloom, Sasha Summers, Suanne Schafer, Emily Mims, Sophia Isaac, Jolene Navarro, Kaylie Newell,...

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Mother’s Day Book Picks

Mother’s Day Book Picks

(Originally aired May 1, 2017) Claudia Garofalo, of San Antonio Living, and I talk about great reads, Mother's Day idea, and new graduate gifts. The books featured are: Falling for the Billionaire Werewolf and His Baby by Sasha Summers You Were Always Mine-7 Brides...

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Jane Porter & Patricia Fischer

Jane Porter & Patricia Fischer

From Jane Porter's Blog: Patricia W. Fischer is one of those great Texans I love so much.  She’s smart, kind, generous, but also very hard working.  I love her can-do attitude and her desire to contribute and when the Men of Marietta series was being developed, the...

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San Antonio Living | Summer Reading Favorites

San Antonio Living | Summer Reading Favorites

Shelly talks with author Patricia Fischer about her favorite summer reading picks. The ladies also discuss a book turning into a movie! Also, there are some good Shakespeare plays that made her list for all ages.

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Fresh Fiction | Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

Fresh Fiction | Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

This past weekend, I taught a class about writing a sex scene for non-romance writers. No matter what entertainment industry or genre you are in, crafting a great sex-scene is hard work. That's why I've always felt as though the people at https://www.tubev.sex/ don't...

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Killer Fiction Guest Blog

Killer Fiction Guest Blog

THE CRIME The authors of this blog are hereby charged with writing Killer Fiction novels responsible for spontaneous outbursts of laughter in public places, uncontrollable swooning over larger-than-life heroes, and the deaths of countless fictional villains. FRIDAY,...

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San Antonio Living | Relax and Read a Book

San Antonio Living | Relax and Read a Book

It's finally Fall and with that, comes snuggling with a blanket and reading a great book. Author and promoter, Patricia Fischer, is here to tell Shelly about a few new sexy reads that will be perfect for this season.

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  • Spiderman 3: No Way Home
    by Patricia on February 24, 2021

    If your Spidey senses tingled in the last twenty-four hours regarding new Marvel news, you were right on the money. The official title to Spider-Man 3 has been revealed in an incredibly hilarious way. Spider-Man 3: No Way Home is scheduled to hit theaters this December. The news of the much anticipated sequel to Spider-Man 2: The post Spiderman 3: No Way Home appeared first on Geek News NOW.

  • 10 Books You Should Read About Breaking NASA’s Racial Barriers
    by Patricia on February 23, 2021

    For those who aren’t familiar with my monthly book segments San Antonio Living, I have the great fortune to find books and present them to a wide audience of listeners. Pre-Covid, this gave me an excuse to wander around the bookstores and the book section of HEB and Target, to find stories and covers I The post 10 Books You Should Read About Breaking NASA’s Racial Barriers appeared first on Geek News NOW.

  • Seventy Years Later-Gort’s Still Got It
    by Patricia on February 7, 2021

    Gort. Klaatu. Barada. Nikto. For the past seventy years, any fan of the 1950’s science fiction classics, that phrase is as common as sining Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, but holds far more potency. Long before shows like Mission Impossible, Stargate SG-1, and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D saved the world more times than I care to count, the The post Seventy Years Later-Gort’s Still Got It appeared first on Geek News NOW.

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