I’ve written a book with no sex scenes, The Curse of the Brimstone Contract. I’ve written a book full of sex scenes, Carnal Blessings. The difference between those books was not whether I was in the mood to write sex scenes or that the market demanded sex scenes. Instead, the decision to write a book… Read More
Corrina is a writer, mom, geek and occasional superhero. She's a former newspaper reporter with a degree in journalism from Boston University, she works from home writing romance novels with a geeky twist and as the Content Director of GeekMom.com. Her novels include The Curse of the Brimstone Contract, a romantic steampunk mystery; the award-winning and USA Today-recognized superhero romance series, the Phoenix Institute, which includes: Phoenix Rising, Luminous, Phoenix Legacy, Ghost Phoenix, Ghosts of Christmas Past, and Phoenix Inheritance; and the erotic Freya's Gift, a tale of Vikings in North America and a fertility ritual.
I’ve been writing professionally for several years and have multiple published books in various sub-genres to my credit. No matter what I’m writing—contemporary, paranormal, steampunk, historical—I always get the same question. Where do you get your ideas? Some ideas spring from life experiences—people I’ve known, things I’ve done. Some of the more fantastical ideas sprout… Read More
Storytelling comes naturally to award-winning author Beth
Ciotta. Dubbed “fun and sexy” by Publishers
Weekly, Beth specializes in writing Romantic Comedy with
a Twist of Suspense and is published in contemporary,
historical, steampunk, and paranormal romantic fiction.
“I can't think of anything more fulfilling than
writing stories where everyone (except the villain, of
course) gets a happy ending!”
Beth lives in NJ with her husband, two zany dogs, and a
crazy cat. A retired professional performer, Beth now pours
her artistic passion into her writing. To learn more about
her colorful life, visit her website at www.bethciotta.com.
Lyn Cote here~ My husband and I moved to the northwoods of WI in the early 2000’s. On the first Christmas morning I witnessed something called sublimation. Not psychologically but in chemistry. Here’s what I mean. I was standing at the kitchen window and looked out and I saw what looked like snow but special… Read More