Practicing Murder

When a stalker attacks, the only person to stop him is the worst ex-boyfriend ever. Practicing Murder by Erin Unger. Available Now in audio. Get a free audiobook from Audible. . . While supplies last. No strings attached, but we'd love for you to leave a review...

An interview with Rachel A. James

Welcome author of A Field of Forget-me-nots, Rachel A. James What is your writing schedule like? When I begin a new writing project, I often start with the title. It usually comes to me very easily, and serves as a writing prompt which kickstarts the writing...

Writing ‘A Field of Forget-me-nots’

I’ve always written Medieval Romance, but I love many time periods and have often thought about writing in a different time period. A couple of years ago, when studying for my Masters in Creative Writing, I used the opportunity to explore new genres and time...

Buttonholed by Anita Klumpers

Welcome Anita Klumpers, author of Buttonholed How did you come up with your title? My tendency is to come up with flowery, elaborate titles. To counteract this inclination, I've been trying to limit my titles to one or two words. Since buttons play a pivotal...

An Interview with Susan Karsten

Welcome Susan and her new release Charlotte's Dilemma What is your writing schedule like? I love to write in the morning, usually cranking out around 1000 words a day. What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? Using big words comes very natural to me,...

Charlotte’s Dilemma

Charlotte’s Dilemma, a Regency novella, came about because of motivation. The motivation was the chance to have my work published in a novella collection with several other authors who are with my publisher, Prism Book Group. The genre could have been anything I...

Heavenly Lights: Noah’s Journey

Congratulations to Barbara Britton on Heavenly Lights: Noah's Journey What would you say is your interesting writing quirk? I am a terrible typist, so I script all my stories by hand. I have notebooks full of my scribble. I type the story into the computer...

An Interview with Jodie Wolfe

Congratulations on your new release.   What makes this book special to you? While I enjoy writing each of my books and they are special to me, Taming Julia is one that was written with a couple months, and I had so much fun developing my heroine. She is full of...
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