Get Out of My Kitchen

on July 20, 2017

by Kyra Jacobs Ask anyone about my cooking skills, and you’ll soon learn I’m not the smoothest operator in the kitchen. Baking desserts I can do, but experimenting with a little dab of this and a touch of that for main courses? Uh, no. I need exact measurements and rules to follow. Sarcasm, however, runs… Read More

Kyra Jacobs

Kyra Jacobs

Kyra Jacobs is an extroverted introvert who writes of love, humor and mystery in the Midwest and beyond. Her romance novels range from sweet contemporaries to romantic suspense and paranormal/fantasy. No matter the setting, Kyra employs both humor and chaos to help her characters find inspiration and/or redemption on their way to happily ever after. When the Hoosier native isn't pounding out scenes for her next book, she's likely outside, elbow-deep in snapdragons or spending quality time with her sports-loving family. Kyra also loves to read, tries to golf, and is an avid college football fan. Be sure to stop by her website to learn more about her novels and ways to connect with her on social media.

Full Circle: July to July with Kendrick Place

on July 19, 2017

by Jody Holford I love when things turn out just as they were meant to, but as “things” are happening, I’m not very good at telling myself, just go along and it’ll all work out fine. I suppose this is the exact reason for the cliché: Hindsight is 20/20. Last July, I met my agent… Read More

It was a dark and stormy night…

on July 18, 2017

I’ve always wanted to write that line. I think all writers do. So on my 46th book I decided to give it a try. I loved the idea of starting a book with a hundred-year-old feud between two families. And of course, my hero is from one and my heroine is from the other. This… Read More

Worth the wait

on June 22, 2017

by Ashlee Mallory This past Monday was the release day of the fourth book in the Sorensen Family series, HER SURPRISE ENGAGEMENT, featuring the last of the four siblings, Daisy Sorensen. When we initially met Daisy in the first book in the series, she was a tragic, heart-broken single-mom trying to put the pieces of… Read More

A real love story to make you sigh.

on June 20, 2017

by Annie Seaton I am often asked why I write stories. Where do I get my ideas from? And where do I get the inspiration for the exotic settings in my contemporary romances? Usually my inspiration comes from a place that I have visited, or an experience that Mother Nature has given me. The sound… Read More

Anniversary Thank You

on June 15, 2017

Five years. I can’t believe time has gone by so fast, but it’s been five years since the very first edition of Carter’s Treasure was published. A lot has changed since then! I’m doing large giveaways to celebrate both on the Writerspace contest page, and on my own sites. For my personal giveaway, to enter,… Read More

The Writing Life: An Introvert’s Perspective

on June 13, 2017

by Denise Hunter Ah, the life of an author! Glamorous, exciting, esteem-building! Not. Never was this more to clear to me than when my husband Kevin donated two of my books to a silent auction that was being held by a local charity. I am fine with this–until he tells me we have to attend…. Read More

The key ingredients in life are something you may never guess

on May 30, 2017

We’ve all had one of those days, right? You either wake up late, you forget to put on deodorant or you hit one too many stoplights. Whatever the reason, there are one or two instances that seem to set off a chain of events that put into motion what is sure to give you a… Read More

Tour Bus Fun

on May 30, 2017

Traveling the country in a tour bus, listening to fabulous music, and living the celebrity dream sounds pretty awesome to me. In THE NANNY ARRANGEMENT, I got to live out that fantasy vicariously through my characters as Deacon’s world-famous country band, Blue, traveled the country, and his best friend/band nanny joined along for the ride…. Read More


on May 26, 2017

Every author has to do research in order to write a book.  The amount of research depends on the type of story.  For the Rose series I had to research the history of the Idaho Territory as well as the current workings of the legislature. Idaho has a very colorful history and several historical figures… Read More