Book Club Rewind – Jerrilyn Farmer

Our book club author for September was Jerrilyn Farmer and with a book entitled The Flaming Luau of Death how could tropical not be the them for ...

Eve Silver | A Little Bit Dark….

I wrote my first book when I was nine, the story of an unwanted teddy bear that found a new and loving home. Poor teddy! I guess even at the ...

Lucy Monroe | Trying Something New

Why an eBook? I get that question a lot since I decided to publish Annabelle's Courtship with Samhain Publishing. My first reaction is: Why ...

Cheryl Holt | What DO Readers Think?

After 21 published novels, and numerous reprints of my old titles, I’m getting ready once again to contract with my publisher to write some ...

Terry McLaughlin | A Kiss is Still a Kiss

Ahh, another day in the life of a romance novelist, spending long hours fantasizing about a lingering kiss--that all-important first kiss ...

Lori Foster | "The" Writer

So You’re the WriterI get asked that a lot. By everyone. My doctor. My dentist. Neighbors. Friends to my extended family.I’m not “a” ...

Susan Grant | Ever Yearn to be Swept Away?

I’m often asked how an airline pilot/ex-USAF jet jockey ended up writing romance. “Easy,” I say. “Too little time on the ground coupled ...

Linwood Barclay | Five Days and Counting

My new book No Time For Goodbye comes out in North America in less than a week, and while this is my fifth novel, in many ways it feels as ...

Jerrilyn Farmer | Advice from "Mad Bean" for a Killer Event!

A great party, like a great mystery, needs to provide a few surprises and even a twist. I have given a good deal of thought to both parties and ...

T. Lynn Ocean | Reliving My Tomboy Days

It all began when I was five or six years old and saw a boy peeing on a tree. I remember being outrageously jealous. Not because he had ...

Robyn Carr | Want to Live in Virgin River?

A lot of readers have written to ask if Virgin River is based on an actual town, because they’d like to move there. Unpack those boxes – the ...

Vicki Lewis Thompson | How I killed off the "Reading With Ripa Book Club"

It’s not my fault. I swear, I wasn’t the one who killed Kelly Ripa’s book club. Sure, I know it looks suspicious. In 2002 she was ...

Jaci Burton | Genre Jumping

One of the questions I get asked most is whether it's difficult to write in different genres.The answer is absolutely not. I love genre ...

Elizabeth Hoyt | Ten Clues That You Are Watching a Really Bad Movie

So, the other day after my computer blew up, I decided that I needed a break from reality and I stuck a DVD in the player, sat back, and ...

Colleen Gleason | Research & the Paranormal Historical

I’ve been asked many times about whether I research before writing my historical novels, or as I go. The short answer is: I research as I ...

Diane Whiteside | Citizen Soldier

What do those two words mean, anyway? Strong, stalwart, dependable, intelligent, good in a fight. Oh, and definitely an alpha male – at least ...

Caridad Ferrer | Fear of Booksignings?

You want me to do what?Or, a nervous author faces her first solo booksignings.Let me preface this by saying, I am an inherently shy person. ...

Heather Waters | A New Voice in Medieval Romance

I’m thrilled to be guest blogger here at Fresh Fiction today, and the excitement only expanded when I saw the impressive list of authors ...

Madeline Hunter | The Making of a Video

I had an impulsive idea a couple of months ago. Wouldn't it be cool to make one of those video trailers for my next historical romance, Lessons ...

Annette Blair | Living the Impossible Dream

To Live the Impossible DreamorHow I’m adapting to becoming a Full Time WriterIt’s been a little over a year since I left my 21 year job as ...

Stephanie Bond | Writing Roots

Not very many people know (and the handful of people who did once know, have no reason to remember) that my first writing credit was in the ...