Writing Great Villains by Kat Ross

Today’s guest post comes from Kat Ross, the author of The Midnight Sea! The Midnight Sea Kat Ross (Fourth Element #1) Publication date: May 10th 2016 Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult They are the light against the darkness. The steel against the necromancy of the Druj. And they use demons to hunt demons…. Nazafareen lives for Read More

Guest Post by by Cynthia Kuhn, Author of The Semester of our Discontent

The Semester of Our Discontent Cozy Mystery 1st in Series Publisher: Henery Press (April 5, 2016) Paperback: 256 pages ISBN-13: 978-1635110098 E-Book ASIN: B01A7BH83S Synopsis English professor Lila Maclean is thrilled about her new job at prestigious Stonedale University, until she finds one of her colleagues dead. She soon learns that everyone, from the chancellor Read More

How to Write Music by Rebecca Halsey, Author of Notes of Temptation

Title: Notes of Temptation Author: Rebecca Halsey Genre: Historical Romance Hollywood Jazz, Book 1 When Carrie Cooper leaves her small gold-mining town to seek her fortune, it’s not until she arrives in L.A. that she learns her college certificate is a fraud. The only work available is in a less-than-respectable speakeasy. The job comes with Read More

Guest Post by Pat Esden, Author of Hold on Me

A Hold on Me Dark Heart Series Book One By Pat Esden Genre: New adult gothic/paranormal romance Publisher: Kensington Books Date of Publication: February 23, 2016 ISBN-10: 1496700058 ISBN-13: 978-1496700056 ASIN: B00Y6RB2VE Number of pages: 320 Word Count: 90k Book Description: She never wanted to return. He wants nothing more than for her to leave. Read More

10 Things You Need To Know About Virtual Book Tours by Dorothy Thompson

10 Things You Need to Know About Virtual Book Tours By Dorothy Thompson, CEO & Founder of Pump Up Your Book By now, most authors know what virtual book tours are or at least have heard of them.  They’re that wonderful marketing tool that should be a must have in every new book’s campaign.  With each new Read More

Guest Post: The Path to Healing by Dr. J. Denee’

I know this isn’t the sort of guest post or book I normally feature on this blog, but as someone who has PTSD, when I was offered a chance to feature this book that might help someone else, I was compelled to accept. I’m very happy to be hosting Dr. J. today. The Path to Read More

Book review of Eleanor’s Gift and Guest Post with Author Isis Sousa

Title: Eleanor’s Gift Author: Isis Sousa Genre: Gothic/Dark Fantasy/Horror/Paranormal Publisher: Tragic Books Release Date: Oct 30 2015 Edition/Formats Available In: eBook & Print Illustrations: Characters and Ornaments Pencil Sketches Blurb/Synopsis: Eleanor’s Gift is a Gothic short story, adorned with black and white illustrations and an atmosphere of darkness. During the last days of autumn, a Read More

Guest post by Eliza Redgold – How to find a Historical Heroine

The Legend of Lady Godiva:   How to find a Historical Heroine  This blog post comes to us from Eliza Redgold, author, academic and unashamed romantic. NAKED: A Novel of Lady Godiva was released by St Martin’s Press in 2015. “You are Godiva.” Hawk high I lifted my head. “I am. Who are you? Why have Read More

Guest Post by Kelee Morris – How to Write a Great Sex Scene

Today I’m happy to be hosting Kelee Morris, the author of Goddess. She is going to tell you the secrets to writing great sex scenes! How to Write a Great Sex Scene Sex is boring. Okay, maybe not when you’re one of the participants, but in simplest terms, sex is about one person doing something Read More

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