Posts Tagged ‘Guest Author Post’
Ok, so some of these are old announcements, but some of these are new. Still, thank you for your patience! A lot has been going on, but never fear, contests DO end at the Pond, and prizes ARE always awarded. Winners, you have one week to contact me about your prize.
Lauren: Hey everyone, thanks so much for having me here today!
I met the Bree half of Moira Rogers several months ago in a multi-fandom community, and from there it was like some kind of synergy had taken place. Our taste in books, particularly romance, is frighteningly similar, and so when the first Moira Rogers books came out, I became an instant fan. Now, with Crux, [...]
Please welcome to the Pond today the wonderfully talented and funny Heidi Betts. Her latest book Tangled Up in Love was released on February 3, 2009, and is the first book in her Chicks with Sticks trilogy. Love Me, Love Me Knot will be released in August 2009 and Knock Me For a Loop will [...]
Sunday Afternoon at the B&N Café Almost every Sunday afternoon I flee my house of chaos for the Barnes & Noble Café. It’s a long drive for me, so usually I go to a local coffee shop to get a little uninterrupted writing time. However, I prefer the B&N Café because you have to pay [...]
Jill has fast become one of my favorite authors. I adore her novels and think she’s hilarious. Her blog is one of the first I check every morning. She has a new contemporary series coming out in ’09 that I can’t wait to read [syb note: Instant Attraction is FAB!]. If you haven’t already, be [...]
The authors of the Unlaced anthology, Jaci Burton, Jasmine Haynes, Joey W. Hill and Denise Rossetti are guest blogging at Book Binge today about the good and the bad about writing for an anthology. They’re also giving away a signed copy of Unlaced from the commenters on the post. Don’t miss out on your chance [...]
Sometimes I think we, as a romance community, forget to take a minute to think about the things we’re thankful for. We get so wrapped up in our own little blogging world we don’t think about all the things we’re grateful for. When we started putting together this event I emailed some of our fellow [...]
I come from a big Italian family. Holidays at our house are–as I’m sure you can imagine–crazy. It’s loud, rowdy…and filled with love. Our little romance community is much like that, I think. We have fights and drama, but we also have a lot of love. Books brought us together, but the love is what [...]
The current crop of historical romances got you down? Tired of being stuck in a Regency ball room, or on the back of a horse with a cowboy who hasn’t had a proper bath in two weeks? Well, Amanda McCabe‘s launch title for the Harlequin Historical Undone line is the cure for what ails you. [...]
In honor of her launch title for the Harlequin Historical Undone line, Bronwyn Scott has stopped by the pond to tell us all about her novella, Libertine Lord, Pickpocket Miss. A hero on a secret mission, a heroine with plenty of secrets of her own, and plenty of witty banter to go around! What could [...]
Nicola Cornick is quickly becoming one of my favorite “new-to-me-where-the-heck-have-I-been” authors. To celebrate the launch of the Harlequin Historical Undone line, she’s stopped by the pond to tell us all a little bit about her Undone title, The Unmasking Of Lady Loveless.
Readers, ever lament that they don’t publish medieval romances like they used to? Are you like me and ever wondered why Ireland isn’t used as a setting for historical romances more? Well have no fear, because Michelle Willingham is busy killing two birds with one stone! And with her latest novella for the Harlequin Historical [...]