Raine Delight loves to be pampered by her harem of men that exist solely for her pleasure. Wait…..that was in a movie she saw. Hey, she can dream. J Raine loves to fight with her muse, attack her manuscripts and find a way to silence the many voices in her head. Inspiration hits at odd times and for Raine, a blank word document page gives her many possibilities on story ideas.  Living with her two kids, a significant other who supports her every move in writing and doesn’t seem to mind she gets up at 2 am to type away on the computer. With a love for Johnny Depp, movies and 80’s hair bands, Raine finds a way to bring all her chaotic thoughts into a story that tells her readers about love and romance.


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  1. Hi Raine,

    Jay Hartman indicated that you support numerous genres and might entertain a blog visit by someone writing a mystery. I have several mysteries out with Untreedreads and other small pulbishers and a short story to appear in Untreedreads Thanksgiving anthology. I’d appreciate any publicity you might be able to give me on your blog. Thanks.


  2. Hi Raine,
    Like Lesley, I had a message from Jay Hartman about your blog openings for November/December. My Untreed Reads mystery, The Man Everyone Loved, might be of interest to your readers:
    Rookie Officer Flora Vastine of the Swatara Creek Police Department is called to Creekside Rest, a nursing facility, where a female guest has been murdered. Ray Fertig, another guest, who claims to have been the victim’s lover, was in the room when the body was discovered.

    Fertig shocks Flora with tales of senior sexuality and asks to speak with former police chief Dan “Sticks” Hetrick. Now a consultant to the department, Hetrick knows Fertig’s unsavory past and is reluctant to discount him as a suspect despite evidence to the contrary.

    It takes interviews with other of the man’s lovers to unravel what really happened.

    This story offers readers a glimpse at the characters from my Sticks Hetrick series. Practice To Deceive, 5th in the series, was released in August by Whiskey Creek Press.

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