Archive for the ‘Romanceland’ Category
Tweet Love the rugged landscape of the West? This post is for you! Historical Western authors Jo Goodman, Jacqui Nelson, Kaki Warner, Rosanne Bittner, E.E. Burke, and Linda Broday share the iconic landmarks of the west that you’ll find in their books!
Tweet One day at the RT hotel, the Sheraton in Kansas City, and it’s already looking like RT. Posters, stickers, huge signs are going up and the place is looking like home.
Tweet Yes, yes…I know I’m late getting my list ready for you, faithful reader. Life gets busy sometimes and I get distracted. But here I am with my list! Yay!! Onward!
Tweet I am exhausted. While it’s wonderful to meet people and talk books, I want to go home and write!
Tweet I have never heard of “The Friday 56″ but Shiloh Walker has her ‘Friday 56′ post up (looks like she does it every Friday). Please go check it out and comment if she gets 56 comments she is donating to help Queensland floods. She also asks: “Also, if anybody-like one of my Aussie or […]
Tweet When anyone asks me what I am waiting for, there is really only one book that I immediately think of. I am pretty blinded to anything else, so I had to look at what’s coming out. These are what I found, which I mostly knew about, but they just got shoved into the back […]
Tweet I always have such a hard time pulling out the books I really like from a previous year. Yes, there’s too many, but it’s also difficult because sometimes you can’t choose because you can’t compare books in different genres. Though I read mostly historical and paranormal, I also enjoy contemps and romantic suspense a […]
Tweet Romance Writers of America ended their week-long conference in Orlando with laughter, tears, and love, all emotions that these authors and friends use to create their compelling romantic novels, which ultimately led them to be nominated for RWA’s Golden Heart and RITA Awards.
Tweet My thoughts on RomCon are all over the place. If you want an extremely detailed minute by minute playbook, this is not where you’ll get that. RomCon? Well, I’d do it again. I’ve never been to any conferences/conventions before 2010, but this year I’ve hit up RT, Lori Foster’s get together, and now RomCon. […]
Tweet Aka: My thoughts on the Romantic Times Convention. (As for why this title? Well… you’ll have to read on.) First of all, it was held in Columbus, Ohio. I think you all know I love the Buckeye Nation. I’m quite attached to it, and for good reason. (GO BUCKS!) On my “RT Report”… let […]
Tweet So let’s get on, shall we? Where was I? Oh yes, the lousy Internet at the Hyatt Regency. The lousy expensive Internet. I had a new release last week, Crystal Tides at Loose-Id, and so I paid for the Internet in my room ($9.95 a day) so I could upload some images and do […]
Tweet Wow, this has been a trip and a half! [Ed. Apologies for not getting this to you all before Lynne's first RT post yesterday. As you know, life happens...but better late than never.]
Tweet Well, guess what, people. The big black hole that is Romantic Times is that way because the Internet at this hotel is $9.95 a day, and no free spots. That is, I have to say, about the only bad thing about this hotel so far. I’m sharing a room with my good friend Desiree […]
Tweet So, the title may be misleading… but this is a contest post. It’s also a rant, because… well what’s an entry from your good friend Limecello without some ranting, right?
Tweet I like to share the love (and you know, sometimes hate) – but right now it’s all about the food love. I’ve got 30 $10 restaurant.com gift cards to give away per day, until 11:59 EST on Christmas day. Of course, I’ll be running around, but will do my best to honor each and […]