Guest Blog: Christi Corbett’s New Release

Please give a warm welcome to Christi Corbett, debut author. You’ll remember her guest post here on Weird Stuff Kids Say: Twin Humor. Today she’s here to talk about her new release, Along the Way Home, which is at the top of my must-read list. Take it away, Christi. First, I’d like to give a […]

5 Things The Victorians Did Differently Than You

1. Underwear  Let’s face it: this is why you’re here. You should be curious about Victorian underthings, because they were truly weird. 19th-century clothing was so complicated, a lady typically couldn’t dress herself. Before the mid-1800s, her innermost layer was a “shift,” or “chemise,” basically a shin-length shirt. “Drawers” (pantaloons being the American version) became popular in the mid-1800s once Victorian ladies understood […]

Win This Victorian Pearl Jewelry Set!

To celebrate my upcoming The King of Threadneedle Street blog tour, I’m giving away this Victorian-style genuine freshwater pearl jewelry set, including a 2-strand necklace, 2-strand bracelet, and sterling silver earrings. You see a variety of lavender, silver, and peacock pearls, faceted onyx, and bicone Swarovski crystal beads. The ear hooks are sterling silver. Jewelry making is […]

Rachel ROCKS! Blog Hop + Giveaway

I love a good fairy tale with a Happily Ever After, so Rachel Van Dyken’s dazzling success as an indie / small press author is inspiring to me. Did you hear? She just landed a big New York publishing contract for her New Adult #1 bestselling Seaside series. You’ve probably heard of Rachel’s latest hit, The […]

Sneak Peek + Giveaway at Romance Magicians

I’m guest blogging today at Romance Magicians with author M.V. Freeman about The King of Threadneedle Street, my new historical. We talk about star-crossed lovers, mad geniuses, and who claims to be “unaffected by heroic nudity in art.” Stop by and say hello, and there might be a complimentary ebook in it for you! What was the hardest […]

New Historical! The King of Threadneedle Street

He owns three shipping companies, a diamond mine, and his own castle. He knows Portuguese, Hindu, Mandarin and Morse code. His assets net thirteen million. Lord Preston wants the one thing money can’t buy… (Imagine that intro in James Earl Jones’ voice.) I’m proud to present The King of Threadneedle Street, my newest historical (set […]

Chocolate Fondue Recipe + Amazon Kindle .99 Sale

Chocolate fondue. Now that I have your attention, may I invite you to visit Romance Recipes today? I’m guest blogging with author Jennifer Lowery in honor of my Amazon Kindle Daily Deal – Song for Sophia is on sale for .99 today only. On the blog I share my best chocolate fondue ideas, of course, and […]

Guest Blog at Romance Magicians + Chapter Critique Giveaway

I enjoyed this interview on the Romance Magicians blog. The delightful M.V. Freeman asked me fun, zany questions … I had to explain why my hero is colorblind and why my heroine binges on chocolate. I’m also giving away a digital copy of The Valkyrie’s Guardian for a winning reader, and a chapter critique for a writer. Feel free to stop by […]

Visual Inspiration for The Valkyrie’s Guardian + Winner of $100 Blog Tour Giveaway

Since coming to terms with my Pinterest addiction, I have collected way too many funny cat pictures, along with recipes for fancy desserts I’ll never make. But that’s not what I want to show you. I finally put up a visual inspiration board for The Valkyrie’s Guardian. Celebrity lookalikes, Navy SEALS, Norse mythology, water skiiers … and […]

Blog Tour Update: Navy SEALs, Paranormal Kissing, and Bad Pick-Up Lines

Poor Cassie. She’s surrounded by epically talented immortal superheroes, and she’s a healer who flunked out of her medical residency. Mortal, weak, and with high-profile celebrities in the family, she’s stuck with a bodyguard 24/7. The good news? It’s Jack MacGunn, the dazzling Atlas-lookalike berserker warrior she’s had a crush on since a girl. Find […]