Posts Tagged ‘Duck Chat’
Despite being a native Michigander, Alyssa Alexander is pretty certain she belongs somewhere sunny. And tropical. Where drinks are served with little paper umbrellas. In the meantime, she’s inviting us to take a ride with her into Regency England where Julian Travers, Earl of Langford, fights the battle between love and espionage in her debut [...]
I was given a heads-up about the release of MA Ford‘s book, Track Limits, by a friend who’s even more fanatical about motorsport than I am, although possibly not as fanatical as Ford herself, who apparently gave up her original dreams of writing a novel for nearly twenty years in order to write about real-life [...]
Today we have Susan Choi talking with us about her new release, My Education, an erotic and romantic love story that takes a number of turns into the unexpected. Susan lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her family. She studied literature at Yale and writing at Cornell, and her works have received various awards and [...]
Luanne Rice is one of those authors who can pull emotion after emotion from a reader. I just went through that experience in reading her latest release, The Lemon Orchard. With thirty-one books on her backlist and five movies and mini-series adapted from her stories, one can understand why readers love her work. If you’ve [...]
Shapeshifters are one of my favorite reads, so you can imagine how much I love these Amoveo from Sara Humphreys. I had the pleasure of meeting Sara last August at the RWA conference in Anaheim. I know she won’t remember that, too many readers she said hello to during those days, but I’m glad I [...]
Kate Walker writes for Mills and Boon Modern/Harlequin Presents. Her stories have included adaptations of the classics, sexy Italian billionaires and now she’s added a European prince to her tally. She was kind enough to visit the TGTBTU office and answer the questions thrown at her by intrepid reporter Lynne Connolly. The author of a [...]
You’re in for a treat today! HelenKay Dimon is here for some fun! The first book in her new Hanover Brothers series is on shelves now, and she’s sharing a little about that with us, along with some other goodies. So sit back and enjoy this talk with HelenKay. I betcha you’ll have a great [...]
What a treat for you today! Maya Banks has taken a few minutes out her very busy schedule to chat with us. The first book in her Breathless series, Rush, is in bookstores now, and the next two are in the works, to be released by August of this year. So you can imagine how [...]
I always enjoy a book that gives me two romances, one secondary to the main couple, of course. JoJo Moyes has done that quite superbly in The Last Letter from Your Lover. What she also gives readers are two women from very different eras, who seem to have it all as defined by their respective [...]
We have a special treat for you today – Grace Burrowes is here! If you’ve not read any of Grace’s Windham family series yet, you really are missing some fun, emotional, and romantic reads. Her newest book in the series is The Virtuoso, and this is her most emotional book yet. These Windham brothers are [...]
Today we have Amanda Forester with us to celebrate her latest release, The Highlander’s Heart. If you’re one of those who love alphas who wear kilts, well, you should probably check out Amanda’s series! This is her debut series, and so far the fans are loving her stories. So let’s get to know Amanda a [...]
Our thanks to Tawna Fenske for taking time to Duck Chat with us, sharing her sense of humor and making us laugh. It was a very enjoyable day!
Thanks so much to Kaki Warner for a fun day during her Duck Chat here at the blog. Her humor – and her historical westerns – are a breath of fresh air! Y’all ready for our winners? Okay, here goes!
Many thanks to Marie Treanor for spending the day with us for her recent Duck Chat. Don’t know about all of you, but I enjoyed finding out more about her vampire hero, Saloman. Talk about sexy!
Welcome to today’s Duck Chat! We’re commiserating with Kaki Warner about her beautifully written historical western novels, as well as a lot of other fun ideas and things. I’d not read any of Kaki’s work until I got my hands on the second book in her Blood Rose trilogy, Open Country. I was immediately smitten [...]