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
Augustina Van Hoven was born in The Netherlands and currently resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, two dogs and three cats. She is an avid reader of romance, science fiction and fantasy. When she's not writing she likes to work in her garden or in the winter months crochet and knit on her knitting machines.
(Or How I Found My Muse In Music) WHERE DO YOU get your ideas? As questions go, writers probably hear this one as often as any. Not just from readers, friends, family, and casual acquaintances. We ask ourselves the same thing. Often. Sometimes on a daily basis. The answer isn’t simple. I guarantee if you… Read More
Phoenix Dixon was the epitome of what you’d picture a rock God. With chiseled abs, bright blue eyes and hair that would make any woman envious, he owned the stage for DIXON. Hadley Anders was just a typical woman, until the night she attended a DIXON concert. She’d always been a fan of the group,… Read More
by Amanda Ashby When I first decided to write about three sisters who start up a vintage wedding planning business to save the family farm, I never planned to make one a baby book. And I certainly didn’t plan for that to happen to the youngest sister, Bec, who is only twenty-two and a free-spirited… Read More
Hey, hey, hey! Julie Ann Walker here, talking about my newest release in the bestselling Black Knights Inc. series, WILD RIDE, and why you will absolutely, positively fall in love with the hero. Now I could wax poetic about Ethan “Ozzie” Sykes for hours upon hours – he’s just so yummy. But as the internet… Read More
by Jeannie Moon My newest title comes out on April 4th and once again I’m visiting the wonderful world of Marietta, Montana with my book, Daring the Pilot, which is part of Tule Publishing’s Men of Marietta series. The premise of this multi-author series, focuses around a boys and girls activity center that the town… Read More
by Michelle Major When people learn I’m a writer, there are a variety of reactions. Mostly how cool it must be, how they’ve always wanted to write a book and my personal favorite about how they’d love to have all kinds of time to dream of stories. Well, me too, but that isn’t always how… Read More
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
by Rebecca Brooks I love sunflowers just as much as Mack does! They’re so cheerful, I can’t help but smile. I’m not from Oregon, my parents are both alive and well, and staying up late and talking to strangers are two of my least favorite things, which means I’d hate working at bar. But even… Read More
With a full time job, a husband, three kids, two dogs and a never ending household to-do list, the one question people ask me a lot is – how have I managed to write not just one, but five books? Well, the above quote captures my truth perfectly. Yes, it is that easy and that… Read More
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Remember When Opium Was Legal?
by Bronwen Evans Okay, I’ll prefix that title by explaining that I write early 1800’s historical romance. Believe it or not, opium could be bought over the counter like a tonic until 1864, and was not restricted as a medicine until 1901. In the early 1800’s opium, available in many forms, became the recreation past… Read More