Paige Prince

Author's details

Name: Paige Prince
Date registered: May 24, 2013
URL: http://authorpaigeprince.com

Biography

Paige Prince has been writing since she was 7 years old when she first picked up a pen to write out her fantasy of being Joe McIntyre’s girlfriend (she was 7, cut her some slack). Since then, she’s discovered that there are more fun things to write about than just holding hands and going to the movies. The one thing Paige loves to do above all others is read. Her favorite authors include Nora Roberts, Megan Hart, LA Witt, Tibby Armstong, Jaime Saare, Elise Hepner, Jodi Picoult, Jill Shalvis, Kristan Higgins, Charlaine Harris, JR Ward… she could probably go on forever. When she’s not writing, she can be found with a book (or her trusty iPad) in her hand. Paige hails from a small suburb of Houston, Texas. She’s married to the man of her dreams and they have one beautiful little girl who is the light of their lives, two very lazy cats, and one extremely rude bird. You can find Paige avoiding work on Facebook, chatting up her friends on Twitter, or reviewing over at MamaKitty Reviews.

Latest posts

  1. Wednesday Randomness: If you could win a lifetime supply of anything what would you choose and why — October 17, 2018
  2. The best thing I read this summer — August 22, 2018
  3. March promptly penned: “It’s okay. You don’t have to love me.” — March 14, 2018
  4. Check it out: “Rook” by T. Strange — February 9, 2018
  5. Wednesday blogging: My life’s mission statement — January 17, 2018

Most commented posts

  1. April’s photo writing prompt — 16 comments
  2. March’s Song Fic: Hammer’s Coming Down by Nickelback — 15 comments
  3. The first time (CONTEST) — 14 comments
  4. Wednesday Randomness: My Favorite Things – Seasons — 14 comments
  5. A-Z List: Things that inspire me — 11 comments

Author's posts listings

Oct 24

My Zombie Wedding by T Strange – excerpt

Genre: paranormal romance, M/M, contemporary romance Length: 71,000 words (novel) Blurb: Any city is bound to collect restless dead. Armed with the notebook of Icelandic magic his ex boyfriend, Bone, gave him, Edward Grey has been tasked with removing troubled spirits or finding ways for the living and the dead to coexist in harmony. Between planning …

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Oct 18

Wordless Wednesday: Autumn where I live

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Usually, I stick with the rules and don’t write anything on Wordless Wednesday, but since it’s my first post in a while and I’m currently battling a cold that won’t freaking go away, I’m feeling rebellious. That could be the cough syrup. Autumn in Houston… well, this is what you get when you Google “Autumn …

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Sep 27

What I gained–or lost–by taking a risk

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On December 30, 2015, I was working at St. Luke’s hospital doing portable x-rays in patient rooms. I was in an ICU room with a single nurse helping me to lift a patient in order to slide the x-ray board behind them. The board caught in the fabric of the bed, causing my arm to …

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Aug 16

Wordless Wednesday: Summer where I live

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  Want to see what summer is like for the other bloggers where they live? Click the links below: Bronwyn  || Jess  || Gwen || Kris || Jessica

Jul 11

Grammar for the dirty-minded

I wrote this for a post on a website I visit due to some of the posts I’d seen flying around and comments on my profile. Keep in mind that it was written for the kink-minded, so it’s far dirtier than I’d usually write, but hopefully it helps some of those who are a little …

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May 17

Musical Musings: parents, siblings, and childhood

  This month’s musical musings post focuses on things that remind me of my parents, siblings, and childhood. Being the obsessive music person that I am, this list will undoubtedly be damn long. Because music is an integral part of my life, and I use it as a reference point for pretty much everything in my …

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May 03

Top Ten Things I Learned From My Parents

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I’ve never made it a secret that my mom is one of my best friends, so I thought this post would be super easy. Except, my mom has always said one thing when I ask her what advice she’d want to pass down. See #9. The rest are from my bio dad and my stepdad, …

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Apr 17

Songfic: “Ever the Same”

First, I’d like to take the opportunity to welcome a new blogger to the group: Siobhan Muir will be joining us for our monthly flash fiction posts. Welcome, my darling friend! This month’s Song Fic is Ever the Same by Rob Thomas. If you’re unfamiliar with the song, click to read the lyrics or watch the video. ” Her hands …

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Mar 01

Wednesday Randomness: Top 10 Things I Avoid

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1. Cooking. As much as I love to cook, when it comes to making dinner, I drag my feet and pull my hair and don’t even decide what I’m making until it’s time to start making it. So, we eat late most nights. Lol. 2. Blog posts. I don’t think I’m all that interesting, and …

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Feb 21

Songfic: Glycerine by Bush

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The song this month is one of my favorite from… either middle or high school. I honestly can’t remember, since Bush was popular throughout that time of my life. I spent countless hours listening to Gavin Rossdale croon about things I really had no clue of in my young mind. But teenage angst, and all …

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