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Cate Masters
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The Vitruvian Man, a fantasy/paranormal romance novel
Monsters come in many guises.
No one knows better than Bruno DiCesare, whose ancestor was cursed centuries
ago by none other than Leonardo da Vinci, whose experiment to create an actual
Vitruvian Man went horribly wrong. The beast within Bruno prevents him ...
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One last tango with romance
After nearly two years, I’m finally
finally putting the finishing touches on The Vitruvian Man! First published by
Decadent Publishing as a novella trilogy (Cursed, Charmed and Claimed) in 2013,
I asked for the rights back a few years ago so that I could co...
One last tango with romance
One last tango with romance
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Never Say Never
Being focused on pushing forward to new and exciting story horizons, I don't like going back to revised old stories. Usually. But, as the blog post title says, never say never. When a publisher put out a call and the submission guidelines specifically inclu...
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Cate Peace: Why Worldbuilding Is the Secret Ingredient
  Ever read a book and
wonder how the author created such an incredible, engrossing world? Do you want
to BE that author? ​ Writing is a lot more than just Characters + Dialogue + Action = End.
For genre writers especially, worldbuilding is a critical skill...
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Goddess, Spellbound - The Goddess Connection 3, paranormal/fantasy with mythology elements
Ancient
pyramid tomb doors. Mummified warriors. Artifacts appearing from nowhere.  And that’s just Sandy Whitaker’s work as
museum curator. When spells become curses, and the dead return for vengeance,
her dream job turns into a living nightmare. The
warrio...
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Adult coloring pages for Goddess, Spellbound. Yours for the downloading!
For the past few months, I've been working on a special project. One, because I've been feeling the need to sketch, and two, because I thought it would be fun to create coloring pages based on my book, Goddess, Spellbound. Today, I finally finished! And Sma...
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Spread the love
Writing can be a discouraging business. Lately, it seems like readers
are more harsh in their reviews, picking out inconsequential details to slant a
review toward the negative. An author on Facebook recently said she received a
complaint from a reader who’...
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Finette's Folly - Steampunk fairy tale
Finette’s
Folly A Steampunk fairy tale romance About 32,860
words Happy endings
require patience, hope, and a little ingenuity. Finette Proulx puts her skills
at repairing clockwork gadgetry to greater use when she bets all she has on an
airship race. Her l...
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Once upon a time...
... is more fun mashed! My upcoming novella, Finette's Folly, is a reimagined fairy tale based on the French version of Cinderella, Finette Cendron. In steampunk! It's been literally years in the making, but it's almost ready to release. Here's a peek at th...
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What's in a name?
Apparently not much. Shakespeare was right when he said, "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet." Character names are the one thing that can stop me from writing a story. To me, a name reveals a lot about a person: their heritage, their strengths, t...
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