The Rebel Princess – Available Today!

Hello Katie Tell us about your new release. Tell us about your hero and heroine. What makes them likeable? The Rebel Princess picks up where The Rejected Princess left off, but we switch to seeing the stories of Prince Gregory and the Lady Merry Stern. Both of these...

Why Did I Write The Rebel Princess?

By Katie Clark The Rebel Princess picks up where The Rejected Princess left off. In this story, we get a peek into the lives of Princes Gregory of Chester’s Wake and Lady Merry Stern, ousted rebel of Dawson’s Edge. When I wrote The Rejected Princess, I...

Chatting with Carol Raj

Welcome Carol How did you come up with your title? I had a hard time with the title until I decided to start with the main character's name. Then the double meaning of the last three words seemed perfect. What is the hardest part about writing? For me, the hardest...

Charlotte Masterson Gets A Life

Charlotte Masterson Gets A Life features a teenage girl who thinks her mother is too strict. Do all teenagers feel that way? I did when I was young. It wasn’t until after my mother passed away that I realized how much I relied on her emotional support. And how...

Future of My Heart by LoRee Peery

Hello LoRee  Welcome.  Tell us about your hero and heroine. What makes them likeable? Phoebe is a spoiled 1890’s rancher’s daughter who decides to grow up by seeking employment in the 21st century. In her own century, she went to Chicago near the...

Author LoRee Peery

If you could meet any person, living or dead, who would it be and why? My answer to this varies each time I see the question. There are millions of saints who have gone before. “Small” people who only influence a family member or two. Musicians who strike...

The Shopkeeper’s Widow by Izzy James

Hello Izzy What makes this book special to you? The Shopkeeper’s Widow is my first historical romance. I found that I loved researching and writing it much more than contemporary romance I’d previously done. It won't be the last one! What is your next...

From the author of The Shopkeeper’s Widow, Izzy James

Who is your greatest inspiration and why?   My mother. I have seen people’s demeanor freeze in interviews when I said this. Let me explain. My mother was married two weeks before she turned eighteen. By age twenty-two she had three children. At twenty-nine...
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