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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

Friday Motivation

I’m a huge fan of quotes. Perhaps it’s trite, but I often find that the right mix of words can provide the perfect motivation at a certain point in time. I also had a donut this morning so I’m feeling particularly inspired! With that in mind, here’s a bit of Friday motivation to kickstart your […]

Persistence

Last week I wrote a blog about inspiration and why I think it’s overrated. Today I wanted to talk about persistence and why I think it’s underrated. WAY underrated. While it’s lovely to imagine writing is this inspired rush of madness, words spilling from your fingers like dripping pearls, the reality (as we all know) […]

Inspiration

Inspiration is an interesting subject. While it’s easy to think that writing is about inspiration, I’d like to think it’s about a few other things. Persistence. Patience. And a healthy dose of wild self-confidence mixed with an equally healthy dose of wild insecurity. (You need both, by the way – one boosts you up to […]

The (Not-So) Dreaded Synopsis

In thinking about what I wanted to blog on, I remembered a synopsis article I’d written for my RWA chapter several years ago. In my distant memory, I’d recalled having fun with it (fun with a synopsis, you say?!?!) and dug it back up. I hope you’re forgive the re-do, but I thought it might […]

Art & Business – You Can Blend Both

I’ve had some great conversations recently with several different people in my life (writer friends, non-writer friends, extended family) and inevitably conversation swings through a variety of topics. Amazingly, if you dig under the discussion, what we’re really bubbles up is the effort it takes to combine art with business.

When the New Year’s Not So New Anymore

Well…it’s here. 2018 is in full swing. New Year’s resolutions have likely gone by now, swept away by the surge of life that always manages to interfere with our good intentions. For those of us who opted for a weight loss goal, there’s been the torture of the food festivus that is Superbowl Sunday and […]

It’s Time for the Winter Writing Festival WEEK 4 Check In!

Happy check in and welcome to Week 4! How are we already here – a month into the festival?! We’re at that stage where we’ve had some wins and some hiccups, some forward progress and some maddening slow downs. That’s normal!! And the reality of the job. The important thing is to keep our eyes […]

Themes

I’m feeling rather melancholy today – we buried the matriarch of our family after being fortunate enough to have her on this earth for 96 years. She was my grandfather’s sister and she embodies so much of the good, loving happiness I equate with my family, both immediate and extended. I spent so many years […]

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