Hello, and happy May Day, Beltane, and re-release day for Eros Element! I’m so excited to be getting my novels back out, especially this one, which is a book of my heart. I think Edward is still my favorite hero I’ve written. Here’s the blurb: The scientific method: Love doesn’t obey it. Secrets skew the … Continue reading Eros Element is available again!
Howdy, y’all! I was going to say that this week’s installment of Cowboy Month Characters on the Couch is a break from romance, but considering Leverett Butt’s Guns of the Wasteland series is a Western retelling of the King Arthur legend, I’m not so sure. Arthur, Guinevere, and Lancelot is one of the oldest and … Continue reading Cowboy on the Couch: Leverett Butts’ Gary Wayne
Greetings and howdy to everybody. This week we have our third of four cowboys on the couch for April, which I have deemed to be Cowboy month on the blog. Blame Kim Turner – she gave me the idea (and you can see her cowboy interviews here and here).This week I’m happy to have another Georgia … Continue reading Cowboys on the Couch: Linda Joyce’s Jared
Howdy, y’all, and welcome to this month’s second installment of Cowboy Characters on the Couch! I’m excited that I’ll have a cowboy for you on the other Thursdays in April as well. Today we get to meet Wyatt McCade, whose book just released yesterday. Yeehaw! I’m really excited about this one because the heroine is … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Kim Turner’s Wyatt McCade
I’m declaring April to be Cowboy month here on the blog. Well, the first two weeks, anyway, but I’ll see what I can line up. I’m thrilled to welcome author Kim Turner and her cowboys to the couch this week and next to celebrate the release of Kim’s second novel Wyatt’s Bounty on April 12. … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Sawyer McCade
As some of y’all know, I just had a birthday, one of those big ending-in-0 ones. And the universe just gave me a huge gift – I’m getting the rights to my backlist back! How did this happen? It’s a somewhat convoluted story. About a year ago, just as I was about to head to … Continue reading Where have all the novels gone?
Occasionally on Facebook I’ll put together a call to author groups I belong to for newsletter shares. If you’re part of my newsletter, you’ll likely recognize this character from a January feature. This was the book I had to grab for myself, and my review is below. I admire authors who tackle tricky issues in their … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Eva Gordon’s Bayla
Today I’m thrilled to have Amanda Dewees and her heroine Sybil Ingram visiting my couch. It’s rare that when I read the first book in a series, I go straight to the second one, but I had to in this case. Sybil’s first book, Nocturne for a Widow, had the best combination of mystery and … Continue reading Character on the Couch: Sybil Ingram
It’s a special Saturday edition of Characters on the Couch! Why? Because as I mentioned in my last blog post, I’ve been buried under book release and nonfiction deadline stuff, and I let all kinds of balls drop in the past two months. All I can say is I’m really sorry, but trust me, this … Continue reading Character on the Couch: David B. Coe’s Melyor i Lakin
If you’re wondering whether it’s a good idea to release a fiction book a week before a nonfiction book deadline, the answer is no. I was pretty much in the writer cave, and it slipped my mind to post about Aether Rising actually being out, although I managed social media okay. So, here’s the official … Continue reading Aether Rising Is Available