The MASTER is back!

An Inside Out Novella in Mark’s POV Available now! While Chris and Sara have traveled to Paris to avoid the chaos of press and police after the tragic night we’d shared, I have stayed to face the reality of what has happened. But there is no peace to be found in facing the truth, and… Read More

Sparkling July Top Shelf Releases Sure to Light Up Your Life

Your local fireworks display won’t be the only thing lighting up your life this month if you take advantage of the sparkling July releases written by Writerspace Top Shelf authors, including: Sweet Dreams (Bestsellers) 2-in-1 reissues of Reasonable Doubt and Without a Trace By Catherine Anderson Published by Harlequin Reissued from 06/88 and 5/89 Released… Read More

34 Getting Personal

by Susan Wiggs One of the most frequently asked questions readers ask on my Facebook page is, “What’s the meaning behind the dedication page?” I usually dedicate a book to someone who is important in my life at the time I’m writing it. Sometimes it’s obvious–my parents, a family member, my editor or agent, a… Read More

3 Mixing Fiction & True History

Characters in the Highland Hearts series by Heather McCollum Thank you so much for having me here today on Writerspace to talk about my Highland Hearts romance series set in 16th century Britain! I’m thrilled about the release of the third full-length book in the series, CRIMSON HEART! I have always loved history and the… Read More

2 Dreams can be murder…

Michelle Sharp Intro and excerpt for Dream Huntress, released by Entangled Publishing on June 23, 2014 Could you please tell us a little about your book? Sure. Jordan Delany is a St. Louis detective with the gift of seeing the dead in her dreams. Spirits come to her through her dreams looking for closure and… Read More

Nesting to a Disco Beat

At the ripe old age of . . .  well, never mind that. I’ve just become a grandmother of sorts. True, I’ve never had children of my own, unless you count the ones with fur I’ve spoiled over the years. But some very determined and brave swallows have built a nest several feet above my… Read More

The Challenges of Writing Books in a Series

By Joan Johnston You might think that writing books in a series is easier than writing a book that stands on its own, but each type of novel has its challenges.  Thirty-eight of my fifty-six novels are connected in some way, part of several different series, including Bitter Creek, Hawk’s Way, Captive Hearts, and Sisters… Read More

A Reader’s Dream- Attending a Book Conference

by Joanne Rock I find myself in the enviable position of having too many books this week. It’s a happy position to be in and I use the term “too many” lightly since no dedicated reader really believes there’s such a thing as “too many” when it comes to books. But when you have only… Read More

2 Shhh! It’s a Secret

Father’s Day was just a few days ago.  Who keeps secrets better – men or women?  What kind of secret-person are you?  Can you keep a secret?  When you get one, are you dying to share it?  Just have to tell someone?  Impart news that someone else doesn’t know? Suppose you can’t?  Telling could put… Read More