by Sharon Hamilton I follow a lot of blog posts by Special Forces guys and former SEALs who have a unique perspective on this. I have to warn any of you snowflakes out there. I’m not often politically correct. This will not be an exception. (OMG did I say that?) I have a further discussion… Read More
Sharon Hamilton is a New York Times and USA
Today bestselling author most known for her SEAL Brotherhood series.
Her Golden Vampires of Tuscany are
not like any vamps you've read before, since they
don’t have to go to ground and can walk around in the
full light of the sun.
Sharon’s Guardian Angels struggle with the
human charges they are sent to save, often escaping their
vanilla world of Heaven for the brief human one. You
won’t find any of these beings in any Sunday school class.
All of Sharon’s books are available on eBooks (most
formats), print and Audible.
A lifelong organic gardener, Sharon lives with her husband
in the Wine Country of Northern California, where most of
her stories take place. When she’s not writing,
she’s getting verra verra dirty in the mud or
wandering Farmer’s Markets looking for new Heirloom
varieties of vegetables and flowers.
My new release next week, SEAL Of Time, part of the Trident Legacy duet with Kathryn LeVeque, is about a hero who is a son of Poseidon. I had a great time with all the water images that came to mind as I was writing this novella. The fact that Tay Demmett is a Navy… Read More
by Sharon Hamilton Do you know the history of the Navy SEALs? If you’re ever in Florida, you’ll want to visit the Navy SEAL/UDT Museum in Ft. Pierce. You will see the real life boat from the Maersk Alabama made famous in the movie, Captain Phillips, a mockup of the compound where BinLaden was killed,… Read More
We’ve had several holidays where we’ve missed loved ones who are overseas, and overseas on dangerous missions, where we aren’t allowed to make contact. It’s gut-wrenching. I have another one of those Christmases again this year. I’ve had lots of people ask me what do I do? Well, I get the pictures out, and I… Read More
Nashville SEAL: Jameson, is one of my favorite books so far. Unlike my other books, this Book 2 might usher in a Book 3, and I’ve never done that with one couple or character before. I’m finding it easy to feel the character again the second time around, rather than have Jameson come back as… Read More
by Sharon Hamilton One of the wonderful things about creating my world of SEAL Team 3, is that these characters come back, weave in and out of all my SEAL stories. In real life, there are 200+ members to each Team, so I will never run out! And while some are newbies, “froglets”, others are… Read More
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
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
by Sharon Hamilton In honor of my new release coming out June 14, 2016, which will be Book 2 in the Band of Bachelors SEAL Brotherhood Series (Alex), I’m sharing with you the biggest hit of my #RT16 Convention. I have bookmarks with this on it. If you’d like one, leave a private message on… Read More
I’m releasing True Blue SEALs: Zak this month, which is Book #13 in the SEAL Brotherhood Series. Zak and Amy were first introduced in novella length form with True Navy Blue, which appeared in an anthology and then a stand-alone publication in November. This new novel is the full length book that follows their story,… Read More
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by Kat Martin One of the best ways to make your story believable is to use real places to locate the action and the real names of restaurants and streets. Actually going there, of course, is the best way to make that happen. Or using places you went to at some other time in your… Read More