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After growing up in Huntington, New York, award-winning author Nancy Lee Badger attended College in New Hampshire, married, and raised two sons in a small town in the shadow of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. She protected her neighbors in Rumney as an EMT and volunteer firefighter.

After nearly a decade as an Emergency Medical Dispatcher for the State of NH 9-1-1 service, Nancy moved to North Carolina where she writes full-time, but returns with her family each fall to volunteer at the New Hampshire Highland Games surrounded by…kilts! She is a member of Romance Writers of America, Heart of Carolina Romance Writers, Fantasy-Futuristic & Paranormal Romance Writers, the Celtic Heart Romance Writers, and the Triangle Association of Freelancers.

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Nancy Lee Badger's Fun Facts

Nancy volunteers with her family every fall at the New Hampshire Highland Games. She also attends several Scottish Games & Festivals: these are where she gets inspiration for her books.

Nancy, the mother of two adult sons, writes full-time and cannot wait to travel to Scotland.

Blog Posts from Nancy Lee Badger

Interview with Agent Sarah Younger from the Nancy Yost Literary Agency

Please welcome Sarah Younger to our blog. She is here to give our readers a new perspective from the other side. Please tell our readers a little bit about you, such as why did you become a Literary Agent? Sarah- I have been a reader for as long as I can remember, and once I […]

Interview with Agent Lane Heymont from The Tobias Literary Agency

Please welcome Lane to our blog. He is here to give our readers a new perspective from the other side. Please tell our readers a little bit about you. Lane– My journey to becoming a literary agent is a strange, unusual one among the industry, though it’s banal in of itself. I’ve always been a […]

Spring 2017 Workshops at FF&P

  Spring is right around the corner and 2017 is the year you will commit to learning all you can in order to succeed as a writer.  The folks at the Fantasy-Futuristic & Paranormal Romance writers have a handle on what their members, and writers-at-large want. Here is a sample of upcoming on-line workshops along […]

Hogmanay is a Strange Myth and Holiday

  by Nancy Lee Badger Hogmanay is a strange word to this paranormal writer. The first time I heard the word, I mistakenly assumed it was the Celtic term for Christmas. Nope!  Wikipedia describes it this way: It is the Scots word for the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the […]

Interview with Editorial Director, Tera Cuskaden, from Entangled Publishing

Please welcome Tera to our blog. She is here to give our readers a new perspective from the other side. Tera, please tell our readers a little bit about yourself and the Publisher you represent.  Tera– Hi! I’m Tera, and I’m the Editorial Director for Select Otherworld at Entangled Publishing. Books have always been a huge […]

Why is a Character’s Name Important to Your Book?

by Nancy Lee Badger When you start to create a novel, naming the characters might sound easy to an outsider, but it is an important part of the craft of bringing your characters to life. Whether you are choosing a name for lead characters, their friends, the villains, family members, or their pets, interesting and […]

How to be a Gracious Blog Guest

I serve as one of the FF&P Blog Chair-people. This is a re-posting of an article I shared here in February 2015. Since TODAY’S GUEST did not show, nor contact me as to why, I thought this was a good time to remind people HOW TO BE A GRACIOUS BLOG GUEST. Promotion is one of […]

Interview with Editor/Author Rhonda Helms

Please welcome Rhonda Helms to our blog. She is here to give our readers a new perspective from the other side. Rhonda, please tell our readers a little bit about you, such as why did you become an editor? Rhonda- Well, I started in the publishing industry as an author, but since I got my […]

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