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Natasha Moore | There’s Something About the Ocean

I’ve lived around lakes my entire life. As a child, a big treat was going to one of the parks, splashing in the water and playing in the sand. I love the water, the sparkles of the sun reflecting off the surface, the holiday atmosphere of the shore. But I’d never been to the ocean. […]

Maggie Mae Gallagher | Hooked on a Feeling

In RUPTURED, Alana must face more than demon platoons marching upon her home. She confronts what she wants for her life versus what the Council deems her role should be for the continuation of the human race. The close interactions with her squad and the man chosen to be her mate created intense interactions. Our […]

Cynthia Cooke | Breaking All The Rules

Have you ever been on a blind date? Or better yet, have you ever signed up on one of those online dating sites? It’s nerve-wracking wondering who is going to show up to meet you. What if he’s a complete nasally voiced nerd? Or scary? Or drop-dead gorgeous? Would you feel like you’ve hit the […]

Anya Richards | Autumn Approaches

I’m never sure how I feel about the changing of the seasons. Where I grew up, in the tropics, we had the rainy seasons (traditionally March and October), hurricane season (July to October) and then a very brief cooler period around the end of December. That was it. Now, living in Canada, I find myself […]

Blaire Edens | From Mayonnaise Labels to Fantastic Fiction

My name is Blaire and I’m a bookaholic. I will read anything. Romance, science fiction, magazines. Anything. Everything. As a child, the only time I didn’t have a book in my hand was at meal time. I had a mother who believed in three squares and meaningful conversation so I was prohibited from bringing my […]

Meghan Quinn | Top 5 Football Hotties

Check out this video from Meghan Quinn, author of the Love and Sports series, for her list of Top 5 Football Hotties! About the upcoming release, THREE AND OUT Piper was dead to him. The minute she walked out the door on Mason, he was done. D.O.N.E. Now, three months later, he’s still trying to […]

Louise Reynolds | Keeping Up Appearances

“I think housework is far more tiring and frightening than hunting is, no comparison, and yet after hunting we had eggs for tea and were made to rest for hours, but after housework people expect one to go on just as if nothing special had happened.” ― Nancy Mitford Aristocratic life is an occasional theme […]

Rosie Genova | Who Doesn’t Love a Wedding?

The title alone should tell you that Book #2 in the Italian Kitchen Mysteries, THE WEDDING SOUP MURDER, features a wedding. And that um, other thing that tends to be front and center in cozy mysteries. (Oh, but there’s also soup—did I mention the soup?) However, I did have the good taste to wait until […]

Annie Knox | Mystery Man

You’re sitting in a coffee shop, trying to write, when a man walks in alone. He orders a simple cup of Joe and takes a seat at a bistro table, his back to the wall, and pulls out an impossibly thin computer. He’s absorbed in his work, only occasionally taking his eyes off the screen […]

Q&A with Tom Kakonis, Author of TREASURE COAST

1. It’s been more than a decade since you’ve published your last novel. What was it like to get back in the game with TREASURE COAST? I have to say it’s been exhilarating, maybe because it was so unexpected. A year ago at about this time I went to my mailbox and discovered a package […]