Posts Tagged ‘Guest Blog’
I believe in the possibility of fast friendships. When conditions are right, friendships can both develop quickly and hold “fast” over time. I explore the key role such relationships can play in my debut novel, The Art of Falling.
My apologies, I thought I had wrapped up all of our 2013 giveaway winners by the end of last year, but one got by me! So our thanks go out to NAL and Lauren Jameson for giving us a chance to help celebrate the release of Breathe.
Let me start off by saying I love Leif Brevik, the hero in my latest Snowberry Creek book. I confess that I fall a little bit in love with the hero in every book I write. After all, I spend a lot of time in their company over the months it takes to tell their [...]
Last spring, when I was on book tour, I was in Houston and met a lovely young woman by the name of Tiffani Storck. She confided to me that she longed to do exactly what I was doing, and I was so touched by her enthusiasm that I dedicated the book that I had just [...]
The Ladies of Impropriety duet was a chance to do something different, and I think it accomplishes that! I loved writing these stories that attempt to mix nontraditional settings and experiences with enough of tradition to appeal to a wide variety of reader. When you browse the bookshelves these days (which are few and far [...]
We so enjoyed having Tracy Garrett with us for the holidays to celebrate her new novella in the western-themed anthology, Wishing for a Cowboy, that hit the shelves in November. Don’t you just love cowboys?
Another huge thanks to Lynn Viehl for her very informative and entertaining guest blog about Victorian Christmases. Don’t know about you, but I learned a lot reading that post!
All right, everyone who hasn’t even started their Christmas shopping, raise your hands! That’s me, waving a bit frantically. Granted, now that the nieces and nephews are a bit older, there isn’t as much to do. Still, there are the five great-nephews and one soon-to-arrive great-niece that keep me looking at catalogs and scoping out [...]
We were happy to have Alexandra Hawkins blog about those bad boys she’s so very good at creating as she celebrated the closing book in her Lords of Vice series, Twilight with the Infamous Earl.
Our thanks to Carrie Ann Ryan for visiting us earlier this month with a guest blog to celebrate the release of Ever After, a paranormal anthology which also includes Marie Harte, Rebecca Royce, Lia Davis, and Leia Shaw.
It’s always a treat to have HelenKay Dimon visit the Pond! Don’t know about you, but I enjoyed her guest blog about the perfect hero and heroine in romance, and in her case Forest and Jordan in Everything You Need to Know.
You are never more Victorian than when you celebrate Christmas, and this is because a great many of today’s holiday traditions began or were popularized during the Victorian era.
“How do you get your ideas?” It’s the question most often asked by readers, and one I’m never sure how to intelligently answer (grin), because a story comes to me in flashes or snippets. A bit of overheard dialogue, the way someone turns their head, even a scent, can unlock a scene idea or a [...]
Ever wonder how an anthology comes together? Well, let me tell you, it’s not just unicorns and rainbows. Okay, it sort of is LOL. This book came together because Lia Davis and I wanted to put our shifter novellas out there together and thought the more the merrier.
Thanks so much for hosting me to talk about Slow Ride Home, the first book in The Grady Legacy trilogy. When my editor first contacted me about writing another contemporary western for Carina, I knew right from the start that I wanted it to be a reunited lovers story—there’s something about the idea of having [...]