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- My all-time favorite TV series is Firefly (Cap'n Tightpants!) - Current favorite TV series is Castle (theme?) - My favorite color is purple - I have a small obsession with shoes and purses - I am deathly afraid of spiders

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All About Beth Williamson

Beth Williamson, who also writes as Emma Lang, is an award-winning, bestselling author of both historical and contemporary romances. Her books range from sensual to scorching hot. She is a Career Achievement Award Nominee in Erotic Romance by Romantic Times Magazine, in both 2009 and 2010.

Beth has always been a dreamer, never able to escape her imagination. It led her to the craft of writing romance novels. She’s passionate about purple, books, and her family. She has a weakness for shoes and purses, as well as bookstores. Her path in life has taken several right turns, but she’s been with the man of her dreams for more than 20 years.

Beth works full-time and writes romance novels evening, weekends, early mornings and whenever there is a break in the madness. She is compassionate, funny, a bit reserved at times, tenacious and a little quirky. Her cowboys and western romances speak of a bygone era, bringing her readers to an age where men were honest, hard and packing heat. For a change of pace, she also dives into some smokin’ hot contemporaries, bringing you heat, romance and snappy dialogue.

Life might be chaotic, as life usually is, but Beth always keeps a smile on her face, a song in her heart, and a cowboy on her mind. ;)

Posts from Beth

Bringing the last devil home

By On Jan 28 2011, 9:00 am

When I start off writing a series, I usually know exactly how many books I want to write. It's a grand picture, people call it the 10,000 foot view in corporate-land. I call it, making sure I know what the hell I'm doing. LOL.

Really though, I love writing and reading series. I am what you might call a series ho'. In just a couple months, my fifth and final book in the Devils on Horseback series hits the ebook shelves from Samhain.

Yes, ladies and gents, Gideon is getting his story. :D And it has a fabulous cover by the gifted Scott Carpenter. *swoon*

Whenever I write a book in a series, I always put seeds of interest in each book for the next. Sometimes I put seeds in there I don't intend to grow, but darned if they don't sprout interest. I've had people e-mail me about the Malloys pretty regularly, asking if Ethan will get his story, or what about the next generation?

I love it! Who knew what I wrote would spark the interest of the readers like that. Secondary characters are one of my favorites, love really fleshing them out, and lo and behold, the readers like them too. I want to write everyone's story! Alas, there are not enough hours in the day for it.

What's up next after Gideon? I have two projects in mind, pitching them to my editor soon. Stay tuned after I bring the last devil home, I'll be cooking up another batch of goodness in the series kitchen.

Read a book, ride a cowboy!




Giving the last devil his due

By On Sep 2 2010, 10:20 am

Hey y’all, Beth Williamson here. The last three years I’ve been hanging around with devils. They’ve teased me, tortured me, possessed me and even lured me. Now I can say that I’ve given the last devil his due. Which devils? Why the Devils on Horseback of course. The first Devils book (Nate) was written in [...]

And now for a hero who’s really different

By On May 25 2010, 8:43 pm

Today, May 25, marks the release of my fourth book in the Devils on Horseback series, Lee. What makes this book different from any of my other releases is the hero only has one arm. I won’t say it was easy to write his story – he likes to fight me all the way. But [...]

Writing a one-armed hero

By On Apr 10 2010, 10:00 am

My next Samhain release involves the most unusual hero I’ve written. Lee Blackwood is the angriest, most reckless and passionate of all the Devils on Horseback. He also has only one arm. After he lost most of his left arm in the Civil War, he had trouble coming to terms with what he considered to [...]

Us Not-so-Perfect Dames Can Be Hot & Sexy Too

By On May 3 2009, 7:00 pm

You know, I’m a huge fan of movies, music and books. I love all different genres and am usually open for just about anything. One thing that kind of nags at me is most of the women in these movies, music and books are young, single and beautiful. Did you hear me snort? humph They [...]

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