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Addison Fox can’t remember a time when words weren’t a part of her life. An avid reader, her love of the written word started at the tender age of 1 with “The Owl and the Pussycat” by Edward Lear (a poem she could recite by heart to any family member who would listen). Dr. Seuss, C.S. Lewis, Judy Blume and a host of others quickly followed until she discovered THE CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR by Jean M. Auel while writing a paper at the library in the 7th grade. Although not a classic romance, Ayla and Jondalar’s love story moved her firmly to the romance section of the bookstore and she hasn’t looked back!

Her debut novel, WARRIOR ASCENDED was published by NAL in March 2010. WARRIOR ASCENDED launches her series, The Sons of the Zodiac, about an immortal band of Warriors, granted the powers of their astrological signs and charged with protecting humanity. The series blends sizzling paranormal romance with the myths of the ancients.

Addison lives in New York City. You can find her at her home on the web at www.addisonfox.com.

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Addison's Fun Facts

Ruby Nickname:
Ruby Fox

Age:
37

GH Year(s)
2009

Completed Manuscript(s)
14

Genre(s):
Adult Paranormal, Adult Contemporary, Young Adult

Started Writing:
1997

Day Job:
Advertising

For Fun:
Reading, writing, going to the movies, Starbucks (does that count?)

Blog Posts from Addison

Keep It Up!

It’s November 12th which means folks are nearly halfway through NANO. For those of you racing toward your 50,000 word goal, I salute you and wish you continued success and a productive, daily word count.  For those who have set different goals for the month, I salute you as well. We all write at our […]

Return of the Slog

A few things have converged this week and I wanted to address them under the broader heading of “The Slog.” We discussed the idea of “the slog” in a post back in February, which you can find here At the time of the article, I asked the question, “What makes some days a slog and some […]

A Yak On a Cliff

I’m always amazed when my day job in marketing and advertising intersects with my writing life and today was one of those days. I’ve been a fan of the magazine, Redbook, for a long time. They have a sassy sensibility about them – the magazine’s fun and trendy but in an attainable way – and it’s […]

Turn Down the Noise

I’m a huge fan of staying busy. I thrive when I have too much to do and, despite what appears borderline nuts to others, I’m happiest when I’m actively engaged in projects and activities that pull me in several directions. While there are occasional moments of recognizing I’ve over-committed myself, for the most part I’ve […]

Romancing the Author

I love writing posts for the Ruby blog but for whatever reason nothing was readily coming to mind when I sat down to write this post. And then I realized I had a ready source of wisdom, playing in the background as I wrote – the 1984 romantic adventure, ROMANCING THE STONE.  I’m a huge […]

The Art of Revision

 OK…so I’ll admit it. The headline of this blog piece is hooey. As far as I can tell, there is no “art” to the process of revising a manuscript. There may be plenty of art in writing and storytelling but the process of revision is all about hard work. Hard work, you say? Come on, […]

Writing Through the Slog

We had a great conversation in the Winter Writing Festival chat room a few weeks ago. I’m not sure what the impetus was, but during one of our sprint breaks, we started talking about those writing sessions where you just slog it out, word by word, slowly, painstakingly building sentences.

Ruby Blast from the Past – 3 a Day

I wrote this post a few years ago and after looking at it again – and changing a few dates – it’s as relevant now as it was in 2011. So take a look and let me know what you think! Addison ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We all look forward to the latest book our favorite authors have […]

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