Interview with Sarah Castille

on December 5, 2016
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Your new release, mafia romance, NICO is set in Las Vegas. Have you ever visited Sin City? Yes. I went to Las Vegas for the first time this year for RT and I loved it! There is nothing like getting the true pulse of a city to make the setting come alive on the page…. Read More

Sarah Castille

Sarah Castille

(Photo by Chantale Ward, Creekside Photography.) New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, Sarah Castille, graduated with a B.A Honors degree in History and an LL.B. (law degree) and practiced law on the West Coast for several years before succumbing to the lure of foreign travel. She obtained a Masters Degree in Law from the University of Edinburgh and then practiced at one of the world's largest law firms in London, England during which time she traveled extensively, wrote moderately, and developed a taste for tea, European footwear and Greek cuisine. She traded in her life of European glamor for the comforts of the frozen North and the excitement of home renovation, during which time she wrote extensively, never traveled, and developed a taste for beef jerky, Tim Horton's coffee and Sorels. After her first book, Legal Heat, won prizes in nine Romance Writers' Association chapter contests, including the Grand Prize in the Valley of the Sun Hot Prospects Contest, Sarah decided to take a break from high heels and legal practice to write about red-hot alpha males and the women who tame them. Her second book, Against the Ropes, was named as one of Publishers Weekly's Top Ten Picks for Romance & Erotica for fall 2013, and her third book, Unraveled, hit the New York Times Bestseller's list. Sarah's current release, Barely Undercover, was named as the "Must Read Erotic Romance of the Year" in the Sneak Peek Reader's Choice Awards (2013). She hasn't dusted off her briefcase yet! Sarah lives with her husband, munchkins and a family of owls in the shadow of Canada's Rocky Mountains, where she is currently working on her next novel.

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Game Warden as Hero Material? You Bet!

on October 25, 2016
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by Susannah Sandlin A few years ago, when I’d think of game wardens, a grandfatherly dude who came to scare off a stray bear or check your fishing license came to mind. Chased down poachers. Confiscated those fish you weren’t supposed to be catching because it isn’t (fill-in-the-blank) season. And yeah, they still do that kind… Read More

Good-Bye to Summer … Hello to New Blockbusters

on August 30, 2016
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As if knowing that we will soon be bidding lazy summer days good-bye and be in need of a little pick-me-up, some of America’s favorite authors have new books coming this September. New York Times Bestselling Author Linda Lael Miller starts it all off with the August 30 release of Always a Cowboy, Book 2… Read More

Is Our Writing Environment Important to Us?

on July 18, 2016
Margaret Daley Office

By Margaret Daley I remember when I first started writing back in the Dark Ages when I used a typewriter. I had my typewriter set up on the kitchen table. I’ve come a long way since then. I’ve advanced to a computer (and so glad I don’t have to revise a manuscript on a typewriter—a… Read More

Something to Look Forward to: Novel July Offerings

on June 28, 2016
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Readers will return from the long holiday weekend with something to look forward to as July sees a flurry of reissues and first time in paperback offerings from some of America’s top authors. From New York Times Bestselling Author Christina Dodd comes Obsession Falls, Book 2 in her Virtue Falls Series from Saint Martin’s Press…. Read More

Why and How I wrote Deadly Dose

on June 16, 2016
Frustration writing

By Margaret Daley I was deep into writing Deadly Noel, the fifth book in my Strong Women, Extraordinary Situations Series, when I realized I had another story placed in Pinecrest. Out of a series of murders committed by a serial killer, one of them couldn’t be the villain in Deadly Noel. I had never planned… Read More

Taking The Cacti For A Walk

on June 15, 2016
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If I ever write an autobiography, I have the perfect title for it. It would be called Taking The Cacti For A Walk. My husband has an affinity for ugly things (we will not extrapolate on this thought) and began collecting cacti and succulents just shortly after our second child was born. Since he worked… Read More

Research Can Really Be A Bitch

on June 10, 2016
Into the Whirlwind

(But it’s worth it) As an author, sometimes what you think is going to be a great idea for a novel turns into a great big UGH!  That’s what happens when the research takes over your life and you have a whole lot more work to do than you had planned.  Not that it isn’t… Read More

Volleyball and SEALs

on June 2, 2016
Band of Bachelors Alex

by Sharon Hamilton This story for Band of Bachelors: Alex, came out of years of experience, sitting on volleyball benches and having my ears ring from the team cheers and whistle-blowing going on for sometimes two day tournaments both my daughters participated in. It was interesting to meet some of the AVP players on the… Read More

Sharon’s Advice to New Writers on Writing Series

on May 17, 2016
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by Sharon Hamilton There has been a lot of discussion on writing series lately. Some writers do it very well. Others struggle. These are just some thoughts I had when I look at the success of my SEAL Brotherhood Series, where it all began for me. It helps if you really love the genre. I… Read More