by Kerri-Leigh Grady Romance novels were made for series based on families, particularly siblings. Consider how many books might have zero parents on the page, but there’s a brother with a best friend who’s off limits to the heroine. Or a sibling who instigates the hijinks. Or a bunch of cowboy brothers who each find… Read More
Kerri-Leigh Grady loves to sink into happily-ever-after tales and blow-up-all-the-things tales, especially when her testosterone-loaded house has hit its monthly limit of athletic socks and slapstick. She holds an MFA from Seton Hill University and a BS in computer science, so she's a kind of half-artsy, half-nerd ball of nervous twitching. She has an unnatural love of dark humor, gadgets, chickpeas, BJJ, terrible acrylic landscapes, half-assed jewelry, and planners (Hobonichi and TN, natch). When the zombie apocalypse happens, she's likely to be patient zero. If you see her bite someone, grab your water and head for your bunker.
by Lisa Wells The age old question asked of every author at some point? Where do you get your ideas? My response, they are like popcorn kernels, they just suddenly pop when my imagination gets hot. For example: The Seduction of Kinley Foster came to me after having a teacher friend awkwardly invite me to… Read More
by Cathryn Fox The other day a guy my husband knew found out I was a romance writer, and he was fascinated, and started throwing questions at my husband. At that time, I thought, what is it like to be the husband of a romance writer who writes the HOT STUFF? So I decided to… Read More
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Never Say Never
by Lyn Cote A few decades ago when my husband and I became engaged, he said, “I’d like us to live in the northwoods.” I knew his family owned property on a lake in far northern Wisconsin near the southern shore of Lake Superior. At the time we were living in a suburb of Chicago… Read More