by Jennifer Apodaca Exposing the Heiress is set part of the time in Los Angeles, and part of the time at a small vineyard in Sonoma, California. I’ve always wanted to vacation at a vineyard, and so far, haven’t done it. But my family; my husband, our three adult sons, and their wives/girlfriends took a… Read More
Jennifer Apodaca went from suburban soccer mom to mystery
writer when she discovered how much fun it is to kill off
people in her books. Embracing her new interest in murder,
she enjoys combining humor, murder and mystery into hot
romances. Jennifer lives in Southern California with her
husband and three sons.
by Naima Simone Several months ago, I had the opportunity to “speed date” with local librarians at my local library. Yup. Speed date. Now, this wasn’t some sort of Match.com gimmick. I attended a librarian conference. Well, let me tell you, librarians are a cool group to hang out with. They’re funny, laid-back, knowledgeable, have… Read More
Naima Simone’s love of romance was first stirred by Johanna Lindsey and Linda Howard many years ago. Though her first attempt at writing a romance novel at age 11 never saw the light of day, her love of romance and writing has endured. Now, she spends her time creating stories of unique men and women who experience the dizzying heights of passion and the tender heat of love.
She is wife to Superman—or his non-Kryptonian, less bullet proof equivalent—and mother to the most awesome kids ever. They all live in perfect, domestically-challenged bliss in the southern United States.
by Incy Black Major Jack Ballentyne, mega alpha-hero in Hard to Forget, tends to grab most attention, because when he’s being a dick, his behavior seemingly knows no bounds. However sexy, he’s still a man without conscience. A man in denial. And it was always going to take one hell of a woman to bring… Read More
Steven Pressfield in the book, The War of Art, says, “Are you paralyzed with fear? That’s a good sign. Fear is good. Like self-doubt, fear is an indicator. Fear tells us what we have to do. Remember one rule of thumb: the more scared we are of a work or calling, the more sure we… Read More