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
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.
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
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CHANGING TO A DIFFERENT GENRE?
By Kat Martin One of the questions people continue to ask me is how I managed to change from writing Historical novels to writing Contemporary Romantic Suspense. I have to say it’s never easy to do. Publishers are not risk takers. They always want to take the safe road. It’s easier for them to sell… Read More