Posts Tagged ‘Guest Blog’
That’s a loaded question. For me, anyway. I’m asked this question often and, as usual, I don’t have a pat answer.
If you’ve not picked up a copy of Uncommon Pleasure by Anne Calhoun, you should soon. Loads of chemistry in this book, as she talked about in her guest blog here at The Pond.
It’s the must have component of every romance novel, the chemistry that makes what’s happening between the hero and heroine special, unique to their HEA. It’s the thing we can’t explain, the reason why your heart flutters when one man walks into a room but not another, the reason why you want that man right [...]
I’ve talked a few times about the hardest chapter for me to write in The Submissive, so I thought I’d do a 180 and share what became my favorite – Chapter Eighteen.
Coming up with a few words for a blog has always been hard for me, as evidenced by my erratic posts on my own blog. I think of a topic to write about, but then I think, “Oh, no one will be interested in this.” And I abandon it. Or I think, “Uh-oh, if I [...]
THE BACKSTORY From the time we announced the final Red Rock ebook in 2009, people have been asking us when we’d go back to the Sanctuary world and write more about werewolves and their witch rivals. In the beginning we didn’t want to return–we had our four books and our two prequel novellas, and those [...]
We’re so glad Jennifer Ashley was able to spend the day with us recently, so huge thanks to her for her guest blog about the most challenging scenes for her to write – all for your pleasure!
Thanks to HelenKay Dimon for a look into her romantic suspense writing. Who needs gunfire, indeed!
We had a really fun day with Lynn Viehl last month, and we’d like to thank her for her guest blog about Winter Reading.
Logan Calhoun III. He is the last full-blooded Paladin, next in line as leader of the Paladin Council, and as by the books as they come. At least until he meets his mate in Deliver Me from Temptation. But what happens when his mate is human (can you say frowned upon?) and butting her nose [...]
There was a song by Tricia Yearwood many years ago titled The Song Remembers When. I often remember that song when I’m relating to certain events in time. Chances are, down the road you won’t remember much about your first boyfriend or even your first kiss, but for some reason you almost always remember the [...]
Winter is a wonderful time to catch up on reading. This is because bad weather regularly strands us at home. Even when it doesn’t, the roads are icy, all the shopping centers are mobbed, and sometimes the only way to get to the car is by shovel.
While it’s cooling down outside, things are heating up between the covers of the Rakes Beyond Redemption series. Today, I’m excited to introduce readers to the three rogues featured in this series, because each one is a little bit different. Most of all, I am excited to introduce readers to three very real rogues with [...]
Thanks for inviting me to the blog today. I’m excited about the release of Mate Claimed, the fourth book in my Shifters Unbound series. I’ll tell you a little bit about the book, then go on with my topic about scenes that are a challenge to write and how I deal with them.
The best part about writing a historical romance set in WWII is that I got to write a happy ending. A lot of books set during the war are women’s, historical, or literary fiction, where a happy ending isn’t a priority. For His Very Own Girl, though? It was very much a priority!