Guest Blog by Viola Carr, Author of The Devious Dr. Jekyll

This Halloween Eve, I’m very happy to be sharing a guest post by the author of The Devious Dr. Jekyll, Viola Carr. Steampunk and romance go so well together. Adventurous heroines in corsets and goggles, sexy guys in hot costumes with good manners and brains as well as looks. What else could you want? Add to that Read More

Book Blast and Review: The Challenge by Kim Iverson Headlee

The Challenge by Kim Iverson Headlee ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GENRE: Historical Fantasy Romance ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BLURB: The gauntlet is thrown. One must die. Refusal is not an option. Arthur the High King of Breatein has fallen captive of a longtime enemy, the Saxon warrior-princess Camilla, who lusts to avenge the death of her betrothed at Gyan’s hands and Read More

Halloween Blog Hop – My Parents Buried Me in a Red Dress

Today I’m excited to be sharing an excerpt from my short erotic horror story “My Parents Buried Me in a Red Dress” as part of the Halloween Blog Hop! Be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post.  The next thing I remember is my funeral. I am not sure how I Read More

Book Review: To Each His Own by Anna Albergucci

Today I’m reviewing To Each His Own by Anna Ablergucci. I really wish I liked this book more. There are things I liked about it in the beginning, but the more I read, the less I liked it. From the book’s description:  Douglass McGrail is a Scottish water horse—his clan the deadliest in the British Read More

Call for Submissions – Gothic Romance Novels

Journey into Terror. Castle of Evil. Stranger on a Cliff. Ravenswood. Gothic romance novels were all the rage in the 1960s, and they were published through the early 1980s. Alas, these female-driven stories that interwove love and terror based on Gothic tropes from the literature of the 1700s went out of fashion and many were Read More

Guest Post by Kwen D. Griffeth, Author of Kellynch

Today’s guest post is by Kwen D. Griffeth, Author of Kellynch, a Jane Austen Fan-Fic.  The Writing Process The first step is an idea.  That idea can come from almost any place, but it has to resonate in my mind.  As an example, one night during a full moon, I was driving across the state of Read More