by Deb Marlowe Halloween! When Ava Stone approached me about taking part in the Regency anthology series, The Haunting of Castle Keyvnor, I was thrilled! I love Halloween! I enjoy the decorations and dressing up and the fun. I love holiday novellas too. And though I do write paranormal in my Young Adult Series ,… Read More
Deb Marlowe loves History, England and Men in Boots. Clearly she was meant to write Regency Historical Romance!
Deb grew up in Pennsylvania with her nose in a book. Luckily, she'd read enough romances to recognize the true modern hero she met at a college Halloween party---even though he wore a tuxedo t-shirt instead of breeches and tall boots. They married, settled in North Carolina and produced two handsome, intelligent and genuinely amusing boys. Though she spends much of her time with her nose in her laptop, for the sake of her family she does occasionally abandon her inner world for the domestic adventure of laundry, dinner and carpool. Despite her sacrifice, not one of the men in her family is yet willing to don breeches or tall boots. She's working on it. Deb loves to hear from readers! You can contact her at email@example.com.
Given that many of you have spent the last three months of lazy summer days devouring eBooks like a box of Godiva chocolates, it stands to reason it is high time to replenish your eBook stash. Welcome to September—complete with cooler temperatures and new eBooks and eNovellas galore. New York Times Bestselling Author Madeline Hunter… Read More
(AND NOT JUST ABOUT SEX) by Sandra Hill Years ago, a wise editor told me that readers like to learn something from books. And, no, she wasn’t talking about non-fiction books, or even novels with specific themes, like cancer, or divorce, or child abuse, or whatever. She was referring to romance novels. In the context… Read More
By Tricia Skinner Think of your favorite paranormal romance novel hero. He moves with the dangerous gait of a stalking panther. He gazes at you with eyes that promise deep and satisfying pleasure. Those full lips. That chiseled jaw line. And that long hair… Or does he have short hair? No hair? During the editing… Read More
If evil threated to destroy everything you knew, would you flee, faint or fight? I’ve asked myself these question a million times. I don’t know the answer, though I do think love is the ultimate emotion and people will go to great lengths to preserve it. I like to believe I would fight, but I… Read More
by A. S. Fenichel – Good question. Here’s the thing, I love mythology. I love the Greek and Roman myths about gods and mortals. I love the way many of those myths have given us words and phrases we still use today: Achilles heel, Adonis, Caught between a rock and a hard place, The Midas… Read More
By Danica Winters – I have been busy typing away on book number five of the Nymph Series (to be released Fall 2015), and as I’ve been working on this book, it’s given me a lot of time to reflect on how I used to be cool and I thought I share my thoughts with… Read More
Thank you so much for having me here today at Writerspace! I’m looking forward to our visit! 1. Question: What is the best part of being a writer? What is the worst? The best and worst parts are the same—the isolation. I’m a loner by nature, so I can disappear into the world of a… Read More
My path as a writer from Epic Fantasy to Paranormal Romance I started out as a fantasy writer. I grew up reading Tad William’s Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn trilogy, and my favorite childhood movie was The Last Unicorn. Fantasy came easy to me. It poured out of me in the form of castles, dragon, princes,… Read More
by Augustina Van Hoven – The concept of time travel absolutely fascinates me. To be able to go to other points in time and witness historic events or to travel to the future to see what is coming, have always been fantasies of mine. In my new upcoming series, I will be exploring the different… Read More
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May I have this dance, my lady?
Romance novels set during the Regency period in England are one of the most popular genres. Readers love them, and everything associated with them. The term “regency” refers to the period when King George III was deemed unfit to rule and his son, the Prince of Wales, (known as “Prinny”) ruled as Prince Regent (hence… Read More