Excerpt from So I Married a Werewolf

by Kristin Miller Carter Griffin, enforcing officer for the Seattle Wolf Pack, has a problem. He’s been offered the promotion of his dreams…if he can find a wife to prove he’s over his playboy ways. All werewolf dog trainer Faith Hamilton wants to do is earn enough green stuff to put her younger brother through… Read More

6 That Cupid’s Definitely NOT Okay

By Jaycie Cash There was an interesting news report on MSN.com today: matchmaking website OKCupid has admitted to intentionally mismatching users to test its technology. In other words, they told couples they were compatible when the algorithms the site uses to test these things actually indicated the opposite. By the same token, they informed other… Read More

4 Get Ready to Wed

My book Ready to Wed, is about Dakota Halifax, a renowned wedding planner who gets stood up at the altar, and then has to somehow go and try to plan other people’s weddings. It’s hard not to think about her failed nuptials when her entire office looks like it’s been decorated by Cupid himself. Even… Read More

Why I Shot My Best Friend the Day We Met

By Jaycie Cash When I was growing up, despite there being a bunch of kids in the houses all around ours—because an elementary school was catty-corner across the street—I was significantly younger than every other kid in the neighborhood big enough to play outside. So imagine my delight one day, as I sauntered down the… Read More

2 On Writing

by Katy Evans Since REAL debuted last year and found its way into many of your loving eyes and hands, I’ve gotten so many emails from all of you. I read every single one I also try (though sometimes fail) to answer to every single one. Many of these emails are about Mental Health, because… Read More

14 Kill, Screw, or Marry?

Ever play the game where you’re given three choices of guys (or girls, whichever), and you have to decide among those who you’d kill, who you’d screw, and who you’d marry? In my upcoming Entangled Indulgence release (July 28th!), The Tycoon’s Convenient Bride…and Baby, Lauren is basically forced to play the game… for real. Don’t… Read More

6 Deadline Weeks

It’s been a crazy week for me as I’ve been finishing up a deadline. It’s an interesting brand of mayhem for writers. I realize that other jobs come with deadlines—of course. I’ve worked at some of them. Often there is a lot of work done at the last minute, problems ensue, there are moments of… Read More

Turn Here…Not!

by Shirley Hailstock Even with the technology of GPS (Global Positioning Satellite) devices, many of us still make a wrong turn now and then.  Or we miss the turn altogether.  Often, nothing more than making a U-turn gets us back on track.  But for Nancy Emerson, the wrong turn changed her life.  Guilt plagued her…. Read More

4 Customizing Tradition

Check out the video above. I discovered it on YouTube just now and had to smile. After watching it, I think you will too. There are so many traditions we all play out in our lives. You gotta love it when someone has the imagination—and nerve—to put a special twist on a longstanding custom. It’s… Read More

25 Welcome to Zinnia

Growing up in the small Mississippi town of Lucedale, I had two ambitions. I fantasized about being a cowgirl and solving mysteries, a la Nancy Drew. Fate has a wicked sense of humor. I have attained my dreams, but certainly not in the way I envisioned them at the age of nine. Today, I live… Read More