Posts tagged with: romance
By Meg Lacey On May 16 2013, 9:59 am
Hi Meg Lacey here,
I will be one of the featured authors at the Frederick Book Festival this Saturday in Frederick, MD at the Fairgrounds. If you are in the vicinity, please stop by and say hello.
I love random thoughts. The strangest thing can spark an idea. If you have any random thoughts today, I’d love to hear about them.
It was a random thought that gave me the first spark for my contemporary romance, “Million Dollar Mistake,” which is now out from Samhain Publishing in digital format and will be out in print 9/13. MDM is the first book in my new series, Million Dollar Men.
I was looking at a tabloid magazine, and realized that I didn’t have the slightest idea who some of the women were who were on the covers. I’m talking about the people who are famous for no reason, the reality participants, or Paris Hilton’s, the Snooki’s, the number of other women who are there, but haven’t really accomplished anything I considered substantial, except hog their fifteen minutes of fame. Read more…
By Denise Tompkins On Apr 25 2013, 9:00 am
If we end up sitting next to each other at a restaurant, chances are I’m going to turn you into a dragon. Not *actually* a dragon, but in theory? You just got scaled, baby. See, I’m a dangerous combination of romance addict and romance author with a wild imagination. One of my favorite things is [...]
By Janeen O'Kerry On Apr 24 2013, 9:00 am
Some women live full and happy lives within a large home filled with family and friends. Some women live virtually alone for all of their days, finding life’s satisfaction in their work. And other women find themselves caught between those two worlds, never truly having one or the other but wishing for the best of [...]
By JoAnn Smith Ainsworth On Apr 22 2013, 8:27 am
Lady Lynett, the Anglo-Saxon heroine of my medieval romantic suspense novel, OUT OF THE DARK, is an inspiration…or so readers tell me. Why? What they find inspirational is that Lynett doesn’t make herself into a victim. She acknowledges her limitations due to diminished sight, but she knows her other senses have become stronger. Acute hearing. [...]
By Isabo.Kelly On Apr 18 2013, 9:00 am
I love worldbuilding for those moments of complete whimsy that show up on the page–and that I can keep on the page! I write a bit like I travel. I do some preliminary work: I know the name of the city I’m going to; I know the language they speak even if I can’t say [...]
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