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Jaime Lee Moyer | Haunted

Most of us love spooky stories. Everything from tales of haunted houses told around the campfire on summer nights, to tragic stories of ghosts endlessly searching for a lost love hold us rapt and invoke that delicious shiver of momentary belief.  We all know these are only stories, make-believe, but just for an instant– we […]

Sherri Browning | Edwardian Women

Like the first season of the popular TV show Downton Abbey, my new release THORNBROOK PARK is set in the Edwardian era, a time of great change in England, most especially for women. The ladies in my novel all respond differently to the progressive climate of the time. Sophia, Countess of Averford, is slow to […]

Emily Greenwood | 10 Fascinating Things about MISCHIEF BY MOONLIGHT

Thanks very much for having me here today to celebrate my new release, MISCHIEF BY MOONLIGHT. It’s the last in my Regency Mischief series, and I hope readers will find the story funny and touching. Here’s a little list with the lowdown: 10 Fascinating things about MISCHIEF BY MOONLIGHT 1. It’s a love potion story! […]

Jayne Fresina | How To Ruin A Dinner Party (And Scare Off The Wrong Man)…

In ONCE UPON A KISS, Justina (Jussy) Penny knows that the last sort of man she would ever fall in love with is anyone remotely like the character of Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice. When Darius Wainwright comes to her village with his arrogant nose in the air and an apparent stick up his […]

Christi Barth | Why You Should Always Skip The First Date

Who here likes the idea of a first date? A hot guy choosing you, the thrill of maybe a new outfit, flutters of anticipation… Okay, now who likes the reality of a first date? The stomach-clenching worry of boring him/him boring you, realizing you can’t afford a new outfit (especially if he turns out to […]

Joan Johnston | The Challenges of Writing a Series

You might think that writing books in a series is easier than writing a book that stands on its own, but each type of novel has its challenges.  Thirty-eight of my fifty-six novels are connected in some way, part of several different series, including Bitter Creek, Hawk’s Way, Captive Hearts, and Sisters of the Lone […]


Liz Adams has released an erotic ebook with a Wonder Woman type of heroine. Many call ARIEL’S DANGEROUS LIAISONS an erotic version of Wonder Woman. Today, the novella is free! The last day it’s free is June 28, 2104. To get your copy, download it from Amazon. *** When I wrote my erotic version of […]

Michelle Sharp | Where the Story of DREAM HUNTRESS Began

My debut novel, DREAM HUNTRESS, releases on June 23 with Entangled Publishing—and wow—what a journey! I’m feeling a bit nostalgic, because as I prepare to do interviews and blog tours, I’ve been asked over and over what or who inspired me to write this book. After thinking about that question for a long time, I’ve […]

Avery Flynn | What’s Hotter Than a Tattooed Bad Boy?

So here, in no order except for how they occurred to me, are the top 10 things I learned while writing THIS YEAR’S BLACK. 7. Pineapples grow in the ground while coconuts grown on trees. Yes, I’m from Nebraska and my stepfather is a farmer, but there weren’t any pineapples growing out in our corn […]

Margo Bond Collins | The Best Reasons to Tame a Country Star

In TAMING THE COUNTRY STAR, Kylie Andrews is faced with coming to terms with country star Cole Grayson’s fame—particularly difficult because she grew up in the reflected glare of the spotlight on her famous rodeo father. But in the end, as Kylie realizes, there are a number of good reasons to tame a country star […]