Shakespeare, Incarcerated

Welcome to The Front Row! I’m excited that you joined me this month. I’m going to tell you about a production I saw at San Quentin produced and directed by Marin Shakespeare Company. I had a better time than anticipated. It won’t take long but what I’ve got to tell you might be surprising. It… Read More

Let’s Learn some Irish slang

Hey y’all, I’m Magan Vernon, author of the Murphy brothers series. As more people start getting to know the brothers and get ready for the last book, I’m getting more and more questions about Irish slang. So, I’ve decided to share some of my favorite Irish slang used in the books! Mo Gra – “Aw,… Read More

Best. Job. Ever.

I love my job. Every day I get to write about hunky heroes, swoon-worthy kisses and all kinds of other sexy things. One of my favourite bits of the whole process is getting a cover for one of my books. Even though I deal with words, I’m a really visual person (hence why I have… Read More

Ask Peggy How to Protect Your Retirement Against Storms

I love to fly. On a clear day, flying over the green and brown quilt of the central US reminds me how much we rely on our farmers. Shiny ribbons of rivers meandering across miles, the snow of mountains gleaming bright against the rocks, and the gaping scar of the Grand Canyon are images you… Read More

A Summer Read for Free — Interested?

Lyn Cote here–Have you read my contemporary short story collection, Two Seasons of Romance? I’m offering it free. Here’s the scoop: Light, Sweet, Short— 2 Seasons, Summer and Winter—4 Romances about the power of love to transform lives with hope: 1. Watermelon Cowboy—After disappointment, Sarah learns how to find the real thing. 2. Diamond in… Read More


Hello! I’m Tina Gabrielle and I write adventurous historical romance featuring feisty ladies and bold heroes. I’m excited to be on Writerspace to celebrate my new historical release, HOW TO BEST A MARQUESS, the second book in my Raven Club series. When I was researching How to Best a Marquess, I came across fascinating tidbits… Read More

Writing Seasoned Romance

By Shannyn Schroeder Just a few years ago, I don’t think the term “seasoned romance” existed. New adult was a new category that focused on young people in their early twenties, in college or just starting their careers, with the focus being on figuring out how to be an adult. While the concept resonated with… Read More

Once Upon a Sports Romance

When I decide to write something that I’m unfamiliar with, would do poorly at, or don’t completely understand, I always feel a little…wary. This is definitely the case when I write anything about sports. Taking on a whole book that has a sport as a central topic, theme, or occupation is daunting when you’ve never… Read More


Please tell us a bit about your new release. NO HEARTBREAKER REQUIRED is the second of three books in the Biggest Little Love Story series and takes place in Reno, which is known as the “Biggest Little City in the World”.  NO HEARTBREAKER REQUIRED is a sweet, contemporary romance with a bit of western flair…. Read More

Accuracy – the Author’s Responsibility

By C. M. Wendelboe Have you ever watched an old western movie, intent on finding out if the characters will make it out alive, really getting into the meat of the story when . . . there’s a jet contrail in the sky in the distance? Or there’s a truck tire mark plain in the… Read More