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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

The Drips and Drabs Add Up

As I sit here writing this, I’m on a train headed back home at the end of a weekend. The ride is short enough not to be a drag but long enough I can actually get a few things done and it’s with that in mind that I’m writing this blog post. I’m hoping to […]

Changes and Choices

As a writer I’m driven to understand the world around me through the lens of the storyteller. Why did that happen? Why do I feel that way? What’s the bigger picture? What are the possible outcomes?

A Star to Steer Her By – Welcome Beth Anne Miller

I am so excited to welcome my friend and fellow author, Beth Anne Miller, to the Ruby blog today! Beth and I met at a writers conference in 2010 and became fast friends. I’m so glad Beth has joined us to talk about her brand new book, A STAR TO STEER HER BY, hot off […]

365 Days

I’m really not sure where the past year has gone. I feel like I say this more and more as I get older, but in the case of the past year, I truly do not know. The last 365 days have included a move, a day job change and several writing commitments. All have been […]

Check In #5 WWF

Yay! We’ve just hit week 5 in the Winter Writing Festival. Now it’s time to report in. We hope that you’ve been finding success, that you’ve been meeting your goals and feeling creative. But even if you haven’t been as productive as you would like, we’re here to cheer, console, and encourage you. Leave us a comment […]

The Beauty in the Dull

Now that we’re a couple of weeks into the WWF, I wanted to share a few quick thoughts on persistence. This is the stage where the initial enthusiasm might be starting to wear off and the daily push for words has become a bit…well, slog-ish.

Top 5 Tips for Writing Through the Holidays

We all know the holidays can mess with productivity and, for my money, rightfully so. It’s the time of the year where there are more things on our calendars, there’s more time spent with loved ones and quite simply there are just more things to do. (For those in the northern hemisphere it’s also the […]

Cast Away with The Intern

I’ve seen a few movies lately that have stuck with me. I think that’s the hallmark of a good story – those words and images and feelings you can’t quite shake, long after the lights have gone back up or, in the case of a good book, when the last page has turned. In my […]

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