Holiday Traditions

on November 13, 2018

by Jennifer Hoopes For some of us, the Christmas holiday is full of traditions and memories, possibly both good and bad, and while writing The Cowboy’s Christmas Baby, and more recently getting ready for its release, I couldn’t help but relive some of my favorite things about Christmas growing up. With my dad’s passing in… Read More

Jennifer Hoopes

Jennifer Hoopes

Jennifer grew up in Maryland as the baby of nine, (a yours, mine, and ours love story) but today hangs her apron in a small town in Pennsylvania where she lives with her husband and two daughters.When not writing contemporary romance, she can usually be found elbow deep in flour, entrenched on the bleachers as she cheers her daughter on at a swim meet, or planning the next school party.She loves caramel and roller coasters, cries at Disney movies, and cannot live without coffee and Jane Austen.Jennifer is a member of Romance Writers of America (RWA) and Central Pennsylvania Romance Writers (CPRW.)She loves connecting with readers and writers alike and can be reached through her contact page or on her fan page on Facebook. You can also follow her on Twitter.

Christmas in Vermont

on November 19, 2015

Snow, snow, snow, snow…. If you’ve watched White Christmas with Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney, you’ll remember the song that starts that way. It’s an ode to snow, a fun and festive tune the characters sing as they take the train to Vermont for a frosty holiday. Except Vermont didn’t have snow that December, contributing… Read More

November – All About Holiday Romance

on November 3, 2015

by Jeanne Devlin There may still be candy corn in the house and a pumpkin on the porch, but at your local bookstore the winter holidays have already arrived. Whether its new novels, sizzling anthologies, the first time in paperback, or reissues of old favorites, November’s new titles look to be all about what can… Read More

Candice Poarch Holiday Reads

on December 15, 2014

Happy Holidays!  Whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukah, or Kwanza, I hope yours is blessed with the experiences you share with your family and friends. Every year I promise myself that I’m going to work less during the holiday and spend more time with my family, yet I find myself working right up to the… Read More

2 Christmas Books, 2 pen names, 1 Passion for Romance

on November 6, 2014

Writing under two pen names is challenging, but fun. I come fresh to every story, desperate to begin, and sad to say goodbye to each and every character. Susan Stephens stories feature exotic locations, hot dangerous men, and strong determined women, while Xandra King explores themes with a touch of the supernatural, or, as in… Read More

Books to be Thankful for This November

on November 4, 2014

By Jaycie Cash November is a traditional time to give thanks. And this month’s releases by Writerspace Top Shelf Authors are a fantastic reason to be thankful. Check out: ‘Tis the Season By Robyn Carr eBook Published by MIRA Released Oct. 28, 2014, 2-in-1 reissues from 10/09 and 11/10 www.RobynCarr.com Together for the first time… Read More

Holidays—Already!

on September 18, 2014

by Joanne Rock I’m excited to have a book out this week, and would you believe it’s a holiday 2-in-1? Ack! Is it that time already? I don’t know about you, but I don’t have Christmas on my radar yet. Maybe I should. Last year, December sneaked up on me and I didn’t feel prepared… Read More

MORE THAN THE TINSEL

on December 2, 2013

When I started out to write “The Christmas Gift,” I quickly realized that setting a story during the mad rush of the holidays takes more than “verbally” tossing in a few strands of tinsel and calling it good. It’s also more than piping in Christmas carols wherever my hero and heroine happen to be in… Read More