Guest Post – How to Write a Scoundrel in Five Steps by Christy Carlyle

Can this scoundrel convince a proper lady that he’s actually perfect for her  or will their adventure leave them both heartbroken?  A STUDY IN SCOUNDRELS Romancing the Rules #2 Christy Carlyle Releasing April 11th, 2017 Avon Impulse Sophia Ruthven is the epitome of proper behavior. On paper at least, as long as that paper isn’t Read More


Interview with Amalie Howard & Angie Morgan, Authors of My Darling, My Disaster

A princess who had it all. A lord with everything to lose. MY DARLING, MY DISASTER Lords of Essex #2 Amalie Howard & Angie Morgan Releasing March 27, 2017 Entangled Select Historical Lord Graham Findlay, the shamelessly virile Viscount Northridge, has a disgraceful secret, one he’ll do anything to hide. Holding his passions at bay, Read More


TV Shows I Binge #MFRWauthor

Welcome to week 3 of the Marketing for Romance Authors 52 week challenge.  Each week, a lovely group of romance authors blog on a common theme.  Click here to learn more and join us. You can read all of my Challenge Posts for 2017 here. Today’s topic is TV Shows I Binge. I LOVE period Read More

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How my Writing Survives my Family #MFRWauthor

Welcome to week 2 of the Marketing for Romance Authors 52 week challenge.  Okay, I missed the first week because I only found out about this after the first week closed, but I will do this for 51 weeks! Each week, a lovely group of romance authors blog on a common theme.  You are welcome Read More


Guest Post: Victorian Holiday Drink

No matter which holiday you observe at year’s end, they all share something in common: traditions. I grew up in the four seasons of northeast Pennsylvania, where Decembers were snowy and cheer-filled. We wore skiddoos and went sleigh-riding and came in the door pink-nose and snow-crusted. On Thanksgiving night, the borough would light the holiday street Read More


Fantasy Flash Fiction for the Holidays by Marsha A. Moore

Tea Leaf Tales: Which Yule Tree Will Pick Me? Fantasy Flash Fiction by Marsha A. Moore I suck in a gulp of thick, pine-scented air, faced with the difficult question—which one. I tick through the usual criteria—fullness, tightly attached needles, correct height. Beyond that the trouble begins for me when I consider needle length, color, tightness of branches. Needles Read More