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Oceanside Hang Ten April 10

Posted by Michelle Mankin on Monday, January 22, 2018,

Oscar night.

Rock star legend, Ashland Keys should be on top of the world, but the blond blue-eyed SoCal surfer is disillusioned with fame, done with drugs, bored with the groupies and sick of all the fake f*ckery.

A rising star, Fanny Bay is nominated for best original song in the same category as the Dirt Dogs band, but the novel redhead with the corkscrew curls and the slight Canadian accent would prefer to chart a course with a different destination.

Hollywood is not for her.

He’s ...


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Riptide coming soon

Posted by Michelle Mankin on Thursday, January 12, 2017,
Riptide. A standalone within the Rock Stars, Surf and Second Chances series featuring the sexy guitarist of the Dirt Dogs, Ramon Martinez. Planned release is February.

Stay tuned for the exciting details.

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Outside presale links

Posted by Michelle Mankin on Monday, June 22, 2015,
‪#‎Outside‬ ‪#‎July19‬ ‪#‎editorcomments‬ Dr. Klein says "M- This is your best story-it made me laugh and cry (when *** said ***). I didn't want it to end." 
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00YLPMB8E
https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1001964681
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/outside-michell…/1122058313…

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new black cat records rock story

Posted by Michelle Mankin on Thursday, March 26, 2015,

I love my job. love how an unexpected project spoke to me and 24,000 words later and I'm well into ‪#‎Outside‬, a second chance rockin' love story I never expected to write. 
Hopefully releasing soon...

Unedited excerpt:

I knew it to be true but it was too soon to speak the words aloud. So I decided to show her. Soft at first like the first time, I touched my lips to hers to declare my intention to cherish her. But I wouldn’t be able to keep them there because I had wanted her from the s...


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Relentless Rhythm

Posted by Michelle Mankin on Tuesday, September 30, 2014,

…the women were Dizzy’s, whichever one he chose. As one of the bartenders, I had a premium courtside seat to watch him. Night after night he waved his royal scepter and his subjects swooned, each his to command. 


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