Infusing Romance in Your Valentine’s Day Reading 

on February 14, 2017

by Selena Laurence On Valentine’s Day it’s traditional for romance writers and bloggers to write about “why we should read romance.” And there are some fantastic reasons, and they’ve been discussed ad nauseam which is why I won’t do that to you here. The simple fact is that I can’t convince you to read romance… Read More

Selena Laurence

Selena Laurence

Selena Laurence is a USA Today Bestselling Author who loves Putting the Heat in Happily Ever After. In 2014 she was awarded the Reader's Crown Award for Contemporary Romance of the Year. In 2015 her rock star romance A Lush Betrayal was a finalist in three national contests. Selena lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with her kids, Mr. L, "Goldendoodle" and "Demon Cat." When she's not writing she can be found at soccer games and tennis matches, or one of her favorite coffee shops.

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My Favorite Places

on February 6, 2017

by Kat Martin Since I’m about to make my annual trek from the snow country to my house at the beach, I thought it might be fun to talk about some of my favorite places. Personally, I hate hot weather.  Among my personal favorites are the ski slopes of Aspen and the chalet at the… Read More

Reconnecting with Romance

on February 1, 2017

by Danica Winters As a romance author, I often get asked why people choose to read romance novels. (Oddly enough, the question usually comes from non-readers.) My answer is always the same; people love romance novels because of their ability to create an escape from the world around them. Over the last year however, I… Read More

Just the Right Match

on January 30, 2017

by Kat Martin Finding the right match for the hero and heroine is one of the toughest and most exciting parts of writing a novel.  The hero of INTO THE FIRESTORM is Luke Brodie, one of my strongest, toughest, sexiest heroes. Luke, a former special forces soldier, is a bounty hunter who works at Brodie… Read More

Never Say Never

on January 19, 2017

by Lyn Cote A few decades ago when my husband and I became engaged, he said, “I’d like us to live in the northwoods.” I knew his family owned property on a lake in far northern Wisconsin near the southern shore of Lake Superior. At the time we were living in a suburb of Chicago… Read More

How BOSS, Inc.was born?

on December 29, 2016

My next book, INTO THE FIRESTORM, book #3 in my BOSS, INC. trilogy, is one of my all-time favorites.  In the novel, Luke Brodie is a bounty hunter, a guy who refuses to follow anyone’s rules but his own.  With his blue eyes and tall, lean-muscled body, Luke is one of the sexiest men alive… Read More

Interview with Sarah Castille

on December 5, 2016

Your new release, mafia romance, NICO is set in Las Vegas. Have you ever visited Sin City? Yes. I went to Las Vegas for the first time this year for RT and I loved it! There is nothing like getting the true pulse of a city to make the setting come alive on the page…. Read More

Game Warden as Hero Material? You Bet!

on October 25, 2016

by Susannah Sandlin A few years ago, when I’d think of game wardens, a grandfatherly dude who came to scare off a stray bear or check your fishing license came to mind. Chased down poachers. Confiscated those fish you weren’t supposed to be catching because it isn’t (fill-in-the-blank) season. And yeah, they still do that kind… Read More

Good-Bye to Summer … Hello to New Blockbusters

on August 30, 2016

As if knowing that we will soon be bidding lazy summer days good-bye and be in need of a little pick-me-up, some of America’s favorite authors have new books coming this September. New York Times Bestselling Author Linda Lael Miller starts it all off with the August 30 release of Always a Cowboy, Book 2… Read More

Is Our Writing Environment Important to Us?

on July 18, 2016

By Margaret Daley I remember when I first started writing back in the Dark Ages when I used a typewriter. I had my typewriter set up on the kitchen table. I’ve come a long way since then. I’ve advanced to a computer (and so glad I don’t have to revise a manuscript on a typewriter—a… Read More