1 Embrace The Magic

Hi, Everyone! It’s great to be here today at the WRITERSPACE BLOG! For those who don’t know me, I’ve been a writer for *ahem* a long time. No, I’m not going to own the decades, lol! A-n-y-w-a-y, before I wrote paranormal romance as Caris Roane, I enjoyed many years of writing sweet Regency Romance as… Read More

Celebrations

I am a big proponent of celebrating life’s events, big and small.  And I’m perhaps a bit contrary in my methods. I like holidays to be celebrated at the appropriate time of the year. None of this Halloween crap in July, thank you very much. I celebrate birthdays on the ACTUAL day, though I have… Read More

The Story Behind The Story of AN EVER AFTER SUMMER

1.  Tell us a bit about the story behind your latest novel. Where did your inspiration spark from? When my agent came up with the idea of me joining up with Mary, Margaret and Robin Lee I was intrigued and very excited to work with these 3 wonderful women, but I had never written a… Read More

A LITTLE OFF CENTER

It isn’t often a writer has two books coming out within three weeks of each other, but that’s how it happened for me this time around.  It’s exciting of course.  What writer wouldn’t be thrilled to have his babies born as twins.  But it has also been strangely eerie.  Though born only weeks apart, my… Read More

2 Novel Settings

Place has a deep effect on people and their lives. In the same way, a region’s landscape, weather, and culture play an important role in shaping fictional characters and plots. A sense of place is what I enjoy most about southern novels – maybe because I’m from New England. To Kill a Mockingbird gets top… Read More

Revealing Us is available at MIDNIGHT & If I Were You is FREE!!

To celebrate the release of REVEALING US – IF I WERE YOU is FREE on xoxoafterdark.com for 30 days!! Start the journey with Sara where is all begins and read book 1 in the Inside Out series!   http://www.lisareneejones.com/revealing-us/ REVEALING US The elevator opens and he waits for me to enter, and I do. With… Read More

The Beauty of Taking Chances

I remember the day the Southern Sewing Circle Mysteries came to be like it was yesterday…mainly because it almost didn’t happen (not with me at the helm, anyway). My agent dropped me an email asking if I’d be interested in trying my hand at a cozy mystery series set in the south and centered around… Read More

Seven Authors To Wreck Your Diet

Food porn isn’t just for TV anymore—these days, novelists are getting in on the game.  They’re aiming to make your mouth water and clog your arteries, all with nothing more than a few written words, and it’s working.  Here are seven authors who can be counted on to throw you off your diet within a… Read More

Do you really live there?

My first mystery, Death al Dente, first in the Food Lovers’ Village Mysteries, is set in Jewel Bay, Montana, a small lakeside resort village in the northwest corner of the state, on the road to Glacier Park. It’s a delightful community whose residents relish good food. They love growing it, making it, scouting out great… Read More

1 It’s No Labor to Read September 2013 Top Shelf Author Releases

Sure, Labor Day 2013 has already come and gone, but don’t worry, there’s still plenty of entertainment and relaxation ahead for you. After all there are six Writerspace Top Shelf Author releases to savor. Take for example. . . ANNIE’S SONG By Catherine Anderson Mass Market Paperback Released 8/27/13 – reissue from 01/96 Published by… Read More

7 Like Sand Through The Hourglass….

The characters in the latest book in the embroidery mystery series are going through a lot of changes, especially heroine Marcy. Although she has been living independently from her mom for quite some time now, Marcy experiences a little bit of a role reversal in this book because she has to be her mother’s protector…. Read More

6 Build It And They Will Come . . .

Or at least that’s the reason that I’ve been slowly creating the town of Snowberry Creek, Washington. All stories need a backdrop, the place where all the action plays out. For the characters to become real enough for readers to care about, the world they live and work in has to be three-dimensional and believable…. Read More