Fangtastic Friday Welcomes Laura Bickle

EtS is pleased to welcome urban fantasy author Laura Bickle today.  Laura, I’m intrigued by your blogspot and the first book in your series, Embers, which debuted in April from Pocket-Juno Books.  Okay, here come the questions. 1.  Your blog focuses on salamanders.  What’s the fascination? When I was a child, I spent time wading … Continue reading

Taming Butterflies

A couple of weeks ago, I talked about stepping out of my comfort zone. I think the theme is still with me this week. Right now I’m gathering the courage to do something out of my comfort zone. Just thinking about it is enough to send butterflies circling around in my stomach. Currently, I’m editing … Continue reading

Clash of the Covers 4.12.10

Congratulations to the winner of last week’s Clash of the Covers!    Definitely Thorn-worthy;)  And now on to this week’s Clash…   What Sandra Sookoo says:  Will be released in May by NAL.  I can’t wait for this book!  I’m a big fan of Katie’s stuff anyway, but just look at that tat!       … Continue reading

Clash of the Covers 3.1.10

And the winner of last week’s Clash is Ecstasy Unveiled by Larissa Ione                                        Congratulations! And now for this week’s CotCs!           What Susan Blexrud says:  I can feel the breeze through the flowing hair of the cover model.  Once again, Ash Arceneaux has used her ability to select the perfect typestyle for … Continue reading

Welcome Erica Hayes and her ShadowFae Chronicles…

I think the first paranormal romance I ever read was Beauty by Robin McKinley, a first-person retelling of the fairy tale Beauty and the Beast. I read it in high school, and the emotion pouring from the pages captivated me. It was my first experience with a book where I knew exactly what was going … Continue reading

An exciting start for 2010 or why the UPS man thinks I’m crazy

I always wonder what my mailman is thinking when he delivers my Romance Writers Report and other mail from romance related sources.  In an area where you’re more likely to be delivering Cabela’s catalogues, I wonder if packages from Harlequin and Samhain Publishing stand out? <g> The package containing my author copies of HUNGER, a … Continue reading

Welcome Sapphire Phelan and her sexy demon Familiar

Fall is Great for Paranormal Romance It’s after Halloween and the American Thanksgiving is not far away. The only pumpkins you’ll see now won’t have faces carved into them and maybe the only zombies you’ll see is in ZombieLand on the big screen. So why would this month be a good time for reading paranormal … Continue reading

Perspiration or Inspiration?

  November is approaching.  For writers that means it’s almost time for National Novel Writing Month.  This year I’ll be participating in NaNoWriMo for the first time.  http://www.nanowrimo.org Yes, that’s right.  Ms. I-Don’t-Do-Wordcounts is going to be jumping into the tallying fray this November.   It’s true that my work ethic depends more on inspiration … Continue reading

Welcome Amanda Vyne and her hot vampire novel, More Than Blood

~One randomly drawn commenter (Must be 18 years old or older) will receive a free copy of MORE THAN BLOOD~   An entire week dedicated to the mysterious and often romanticized legend of the vampire at EtS and here I sit, invited to be a part of that. How could I say no?  Especially since legends … Continue reading

Recommended Read

Rae, nicknamed Sunshine by her stepfather, is the baker at her family’s coffeehouse. She’s happy getting up at 4 am to make cinnamon rolls for the breakfast rush, and dealing with people and food all day. But one evening she needed somewhere she could be alone for a little while, and there hadn’t been any … Continue reading

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