Originally posted on Amie's Reviews:
On the eve of Jake Sinclair’s bachelor party, his best man surprises him with a fantasy maid named Amy. Clad in a bikini, she cleans his house and jump starts his heart. She’s beautiful, smart, and compassionate. Why is a woman like this working as a fantasy maid?…
July marks Crimson Romance’s 1st anniversary. To celebrate this momentous occasion, all Crimson titles, including my two books, are on sale for the full month of July through Amazon for $1.99. Can’t beat that!
Originally posted on Romance Recipes:
Hello and welcome to Romance Recipes! Every Thursday and Friday I will introduce you to a new author and a new recipe! Two of my favorite things! Today I am bringing you author, Susan Blexrud, and her recipe for Riz a L’Orientale (vegetarian rice bowl) along with an introduction to her…
Originally posted on Ladies in Red:
I want to celebrate my debut release of my story: INCANDESCENT which will be releasead Monday, August 27, 2012. Blurb: Some gifts are unwanted, and Laurie’s Hudson’s affinity for fire is one she hates. It has destroyed her relationship with her family and she has few friends. She’s fought…
Originally posted on Embrace the Shadows:
I am pleased to welcome Camilla Chafer, author of Illicit Magic, to Embrace the Shadows today. Camilla has provided a blurb from her exciting new book, as well as an exclusive character profile of her enticing heroine, Stella. And please leave a comment for Camilla. You might win an e-book…
Hi, Everyone. I know I haven’t been on here in forever and I apologize profusely for my absence, but life has a way of throwing curve balls at you. And, even when they’re good ones, it can take awhile to get used to the changes they bring. I wanted to stop by today and let … Continue reading
Mel Teshco’s new self-published novel is hot, hot, hot!
Two weeks ago, the Asheville Citizen-Times profiled me in the paper’s Sunday “Living” section. The reporter sent me a list of questions. Following is the interview. Occupation: Romance Author As many people do when they move to Asheville, I reinvented myself. I had been in public relations for the past 30 years in Orlando; owning … Continue reading
Do you like steampunk? Do you know what it is…and isn’t? Today’s post examines steampunk’s essential elements.
I don’t write memoir, but I sometimes read it and almost always appreciate it. I read Glass Castles last year for book club, and though I admired the prose, I found myself wanting to slap Jeannette Wall’s parents up side the head for being such idiots. I could only take so much idiocy and 2/3 … Continue reading