Historical Espionage! Guest Post: Author Sherry Gloag

Please welcome Bestselling Author Sherry Gloag! The moment I read about Napoleonic War-era espionage in the back cover of her historical romance, VIDAL’S HONOR, I knew I had to hear more! Thanks for being here today, Sherry! Details…details… it’s all in the details. And if, any writer doesn’t think that’s important, then think again.  It […]

Kissings Skills, Fan Language & Fun Facts

  Today on Rachel Van Dyken’s blog: “My Hero Is A Bad Kisser”  Who likes male virgin stories? You do? Well, Wilhelm has never even been kissed. Or at least, that’s what he says. In this excerpt, Wilhelm has  just won a bet with Sophia, and the collateral is a kiss… read the post here. And by the […]

Happy Release Day, Ruth J. Hartman!

Please welcome national bestselling author Ruth J. Hartman! It’s release day for her new Regency historical romance, Love Birds of Regent’s Park from esKape Press. COVER COPY: Lucy Ashbrook finds a pleasant diversion when she visits the Regent’s Park Bird Sanctuary to sketch the different birds that live there. Birds aren’t the only pleasing thing […]

Interview with Best-Selling Author Kaki Warner

I’m delighted to have a historical romance superstar here today.  Ladies and gentlemen: Presenting the Incomparable Kaki Warner!  *crowd goes wild* I count six releases from Kaki Warner, Bride of the High Country being the latest on June 5th, and no fewer than 10 prestigious awards.  The reviews speak for her writing best of all.  Professionals (such as the […]

One for the Money – More Romance Novels Should Be Movies

A few months ago I sat in a movie theater, behaving myself, until a One for the Money preview came on.  Katherine Heigl said, “They blew up my car!” in a Jersey accent, and I cheered.  Grandma Mazur shot the dinner turkey, Joe Morelli called Stephanie Plum “cupcake” – I laughed and shouted “Yesss!” I understand it’s generally thought uncouth […]