I’m participating in a “Tag You’re It” blog hop with several fellow Crimson Romance authors. We’re answering questions about our current works-in-progress. I was excited to participate in this little exercise because this will be the first public announcement of my newly-contracted work, His Fantasy Maid. Here’s the blurb… On the eve of Jake Sinclair’s … Continue reading
David Pereda’s new romantic thriller, However Long the Night, is a must read for fans who enjoy an enticing splash of suspense with their romance.
Derek Clendening explores emotional eating and dealing with traumatic experiences in his new book, The Vampire Way.
The men in Kiki Howell’s house sometimes refer to her as “Stupid Reader” because she always has a book in her hand. We can identify with that, right?
When it comes to marketing, writers frequently get bogged down. Where to put their efforts? Maria Zannini makes it all clear in this post: Put the Reader FIRST!
No one is prouder of my first novel than my mother. When I visited my family for the holidays, I kept finding pictures of my book cover around the house, like discovering hidden Mickeys at Disney World. As I’ve mentioned before on my blog, I’m the bookworm in a family of athletes, and being published … Continue reading
Welcome to EtS, Maria. I love a good dose of snark, and you deliver it in spades on your blog, http://www.mariazannini.blogspot.com. I encourage everyone to visit. Further in this post, please note Maria’s HUGE opportunity at Kensington, and GO VOTE for her delightful paranormal historical, Mistress of the Stone. Here’s a quick ditty about Maria… … Continue reading
No, it’s not Christmastime (yet), it’s National Novel Writing Month, yay! I love NaNoWriMo. Blood, Smoke and Mirrors was my first NaNo novel. (There’s more about that here.) I’ve done it every year since, because it is super addictive. Usually I write at my own pace, on my own schedule, but with NaNo it’s a … Continue reading