Historical and Contemporary Romance Author

Monthly Archives : May 2009

It’s That Time…and I Need Help!

This post is completely unrelated either to writing or to romance novels…well, perhaps tangentially to romance novels, lol. Here’s the sitch. My daughter is turning ten in July. And she is starting to..um…bloom. It’s clearly time to have the mother-daughter facts of life talk–particularly the “if you start bleeding, you aren’t dying” discussion–and you’d think that as a romance novelist,…

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My Take on ePublishing

Just put up a very long article in the For Writers section called The Perils and Pleasures of ePublishing. It was way too long for a blog post, but I’m putting this here in case anyone has the burning desire to praise, castigate, argue with, or ask questions about what I wrote. Have at it!

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An Interview with Evangeline Collins

Today, I’d like to welcome historical romance author Evangeline Collins! I just finished reading her debut release from NAL Signet, Her Ladyship’s Companion, last week, and I loved it. Evangeline has a beautiful voice, and her love scenes are exquisitely crafted and emotionally rich. If you like your romances lush and sensual, you have to give Evangeline’s book a read! In…

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Goodies, Goodies, and More Goodies

Swing by the We Heart Historicals event over at Emma Petersen’s blog this weekend and leave us a comment, either recommending a historical or answering one of the questions, and get a chance to win a copy of Behind the Red Door, plus who knows what all else. Tomorrow, I’ll also be posting a juicy and exclusive excerpt from the…

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Interview with Victoria Dahl

Today’s We Heart Historicals feature is an interview with the super-talented, super-funny, and super-angelic Victoria Dahl. (Hey, I’m not kidding about the angelic part. She even has a halo! I’ve seen it on her TwitterPic.)1 She’s going to be giving away a copy of her awesome historical, A Rake’s Guide to Pleasure, so be sure to stop by and comment…

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