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Maia Chance | A Heroine’s Uncharitable Checklist

Sure, we all say we root for the protagonists of books, movies, and TV shows, but let’s be honest: we want to see them put through their paces.  Ideally, horribly tough paces, and ideally, while we are eating chocolate in bed. It’s true that the ideas for my debut historical mystery, SNOW WHITE RED-HANDED, started […]

Traci Andrighetti | It’s Release Day for PROSECCO PINK!

As of today, Private Investigator Franki Amato is back on the case! This time she’s investigating the murder of a gorgeous young cosmetics CEO at a haunted plantation home outside of New Orleans (she’s also investigating her banker beau Bradley’s sexy new secretary, but that’s another story). I got the idea for PROSECCO PINK last summer […]

Betty Hechtman | Problem Solving 101

It is fun to do guest posts and hard at the same time. What to write? To be honest, I couldn’t think of a a subject for this blog until I remembered one of my secret solutions in the problem solving department. But here’s the problem. It is really so short and direct, it is […]

H.P. Mallory | Me, You, and A Ghost: An Unusual Love Story

ONCE HAUNTED, TWICE SHY is the second book in the Peyton Clark series and picks up where the first book, GHOULS RUSH IN, left off. In this series, new divorcee, Peyton, relocates to New Orleans after inheriting an antebellum mansion in the Garden District. It isn’t long before she realizes her house is haunted and […]

Suzy Duffy | The Mama Drama & Mother/Daughter Algorithms

It’s kinda nuts the way – one moment you’re a daughter (with a big tummy) and the next you’re the mother. Naturally you’re still a daughter but that takes a very big step back in your mind as you look at the tiny bundle of perfection they’ve gently placed in your arms. Now – all […]

Lindsay McKenna | Coming Home for Christmas

It was a delight and honor to be part of this very special Christmas book for several reasons. Harlequin chose women authors who were in the military to write these three military romance novellas you will read in this book. They include Lindsay McKenna (US Navy), Delores Fossen (US Air Force) and Geri Krotow (US […]

Kathleen Bittner Roth | The Return of the Epic American-set Historical Romance

We’ve all had this happen at one time or another—an urging or longing for a certain something or other that sneaks up on us and lingers until it settles in our bones. Before long, another person mentions the very thing we’ve been deliberating. Soon, we begin seeing or hearing about that certain something everywhere until […]

Sophie Wintner | My Real-Life Meet-Cute

I had given up on love. I decided it would be easier to write about romance than endure the ups and downs of any more real-life love affairs. So after years of dead-end pick-ups, fix-ups and online dating, I’d reached a point in my life where I was content to be alone. I’d arrived at […]

Sarah Morgan | Bringing the Sexy to Winter Sports

I’m so excited about the release of MAYBE THIS CHRISTMAS, the latest book in my O’Neil Brothers series (each story stands alone so don’t worry if you haven’t read the other two). The hero, Tyler O’Neil, is the bad boy of the three brothers. He’s a medal winning ski racer and was one of the […]

Lauren Layne | MADE FOR YOU: Enemies to Lovers

In celebration of MADE FOR YOU‘s release day, Lauren Layne has shared her favorite enemies-to-lovers stories that helped inspire her latest contemporary romance! Top 5 Favorite Enemies-to-Lovers Stories 10 Things I Hate About You–Filmed in my hometown, so I know like 90% of the extras you see at that high school! Star Wars (Leia and […]