MEET MY MUSE: Sandy Curtis

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Sandy Curtis

Meet My Muse with Sandy Curtis

To say my Muse is fickle is an understatement. How else can I explain that, after having seven romantic thrillers published, I took a detour back to contemporary romance and offered e-publisher Ormiston Press three novels I’d written years ago and recently updated? The Marriage Merger, No Cure For Love and A Tender Deception were published in May, June and July, and I was delighted with the wonderful response from readers and reviewers.

The Marriage Merger had reached second place out of 80+ unpublished manuscripts in the former Emma Darcy Award and it’s wonderful to have Jenna’s and Braden’s story finally out there and touching the hearts of readers.

To prove my Muse really is fickle, I have to confess that I’ve also written a women’s fiction (currently with an agent), have a rural romance half-written, and a past/present Australian saga in the…

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