February 12th, 2016
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Out of rehab and ready for a new start…

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A compelling novel about one woman’s search for the truth.

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Marrying for the baby's sake

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His touch could destroy her...

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An extra-sharp tongued cheese critic is cut down during a cheese festival.

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Big, tough, sexy…and trouble.

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As hot as they come!

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Jaime Jo Wright | The Wildness of a Hero

Who doesn’t love a cowboy? I grew up with my very own, and Uncle Dave taught me much about being strong, in-your-face, feisty, and a teensy bit gruff. He was all grizzle and toughness, wrapped with muscle, leathery skin, calloused hands, and legs that bowed. But inside? The man was as mushy as a biscuit left out in the rain. The proverbial cowpoke is often portrayed that way in novels, but in Read More...

Celeste Fletcher McHale | Our Love Affair With Hummingbird Cake

Let’s face it…Southerners love to eat. And it’s how we “fix” everything. Your football team lost? Here’s some mac and cheese. Your dog died? Awww…here’s some tea cakes. Mama sick? I got some good gumbo! You still mad at me? How ‘bout some fried catfish? Food is our band aid, our olive branch, it’s how we express love and affection and it’s our comfort. And nothing says Read More...

Jocelyn Adams | The Evolution of an Idea

I’ve always been fascinated by the stars. What’s out there? Are we alone? How did we get here? Several years ago, I decided to explore that idea in fiction, and what a journey it’s been. I knew what was out there in books on the subject, and my goal was to write something new and unexpected. Not an easy aspiration with all of the creative minds out there filling the shelves with Read More...


Ready to dash back to the Victorian Era and uncover who-done-it at a perfectly ghastly country party? Then sit back and enjoy our Q&A with Maia Chance, author of the Fairy Tale Fatal Mysteries. Her heroine Miss Ophelia Flax is in quite a fix--ready to unload one boorish fiancé and saddled Read More...

Tara Sue Me | 10 Things I Learned So Far As A Writer

THE MASTER is my tenth published book, so I thought it would be beneficial to stop and reflect on my journey so far. So here are a few things I need to remind myself. Take baby steps. I say this all the time, but it stands repeating and it does me good to hear it again. "It's a marathon Read More...

Sherilee Gray | Curvy Heroines

I’ve been reading romance for….some time now :-) My very first was a novella written by Sherrilyn Kenyon, and I was immediately hooked. I devoured romance novels after that first fabulous book, forsaking all other genres. But I noticed a theme that, at times, didn’t sit well with me. The pages were full of slim, gorgeous, flawless woman. Don’t get me wrong, I’m cool with that, woman come in all shapes Read More...

Joanne Kennedy | Every Character Has a Story

While I was writing HOW TO WRANGLE A COWBOY, I found myself wishing I could start the story a generation or two early. I write contemporaries, and I love my modern-day cowboys and their spunky modern women. But from the opening pages, where heroine Lindsey Ward’s grandma is mourning her husband in her own inimitable way, I longed to write the story Read More...

Kat Martin | Movies and Writing

Since Academy Awards night is one of my favorite evenings, I thought it might be fun to talk movies. Old favorites, new favorites, worst picks of all time. Who doesn’t love ET? Star Wars? Gone with the Wind? Wizard Read More...

Michele Callahan | If this book had a music playlist or soundtrack, what would it be and why?

Music is powerful. The melodies crash through our bloodstream and make us feel whatever it is that the musician/lyricist wanted us to feel: anger, despair, desire, love, longing, happiness. Every emotion we can imagine is expressed in music. When I got the idea for my new Love You Like A Love Song Series, I was struggling with the question asked today; If this book Read More...

Christy English | Tea in the Highlands!

Lady Olivia, the matriarch of the Waters Highland clan, has sent her two youngest sons south to London with the task of marrying off their hoydenish sister, Mary Elizabeth Waters. While in England, Alexander (HOW TO SEDUCE A SCOT) and Robert (HOW TO WED A WARRIOR) were under strict instructions not to marry an Read More...

J.L. Hammer | Up Close and Personal With a U.S. Marshal

In the next Vegas Vixens novel, TATTOOED AS TROUBLE, from Entangled Publishing, Raegan Storm enters the Witness Protection Program after witnessing a murder only to lose her heart to the U.S. Marshal sworn to protect her. This isn’t just any U.S. Marshal, but the ruggedly handsome Quinn Bronson. He takes his job Read More...

Christine Wenger | From The Desk Of Trixie Matkowski

For the Sandy Harbor Lure newspaper: HOLIDAY TRADITIONS By Trixie Matkowski In this busy world, there are some traditions during the holidays that comfort us and bring back lovely memories. For instance, on Christmas Eve, we kids would wait to hear Santa’s footsteps and the reindeer hooves on the roof Read More...

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