Today we talk to author Suzanne Johnson, author of the Sentinels of New Orleans urban fantasy series from Tor Books, about writing urban fantasy versus romantic suspense, the key elements in all of her books, and how her passion for New Orleans inspired her next series.
Things we do know about Jacquelyn Frank: She is the New York Times bestselling author of the Immortal Brothers series (Cursed by Fire, Cursed by Ice, Bound by Sin, Bound in Darkness) and she lives in North Carolina. And now, for the things we didn't know...
Bec McMaster writes sexy, dark paranormals and steampunk. Today she talks to Braine of Talk Supe about her London Steampunk series, enemies to lovers, and the agony of finding the right book title.
If you love paranormal and you're not familiar with bestselling author Alexandra Ivy, our Tanya Contois is happy to make the introduction...
Megan Simpson talks to Ellie Cahill about her New Adult debut, WHEN JOSS MET MATT: it’s a friends-with-benefits story . . . with a twist!
Today, Shana Galen joins us to talk about her prequel novella VISCOUNT OF VICE (Covent Garden Cubs series). The story: Henry Flynn, the new Lord Chesham, still blames himself for the disappearance of his younger brother when they were children. That incident destroyed his family, and now he's on a path of self-destruction that no one can interrupt... Lady Emma Talbot can't stand watching the man she secretly loves destroy himself little by little. She's determined to show him that no one holds him culpable, before it's too late. But Emma doesn't know what really happened to Flynn on that fateful day long ago, so what chance does she have of saving him from himself?
Scorching, hot love scenes. Sexy, dirty talking alpha men who know how to take a woman to a place she has never been. Characters that are completely intoxicated and consumed with each other. And a healthy dash of sass and humor. Those are just some of the things that readers love about Lauren Blakely’s contemporary erotic romances.
From tipplers to teetotalers,“recovering lawyer” to actor/musician/playwright, and those who got their first romance “fix” a la Barbara Cartland and Phyllis Whitney versus Jane Austen and Emily Brontë, this month’s four Lady Jane’s Salon® guests represent a delightfully eclectic mix of tastes, backgrounds, and sources of inspiration as varied as the romance genre itself. If you’re in New York City or thereabouts, join us tonight, Monday, November 3rd at 7pm for readings by Mary B. Rodgers, Eileen Palma, Magdalen Braden and Cara Connelly. For now sit back, sip your favorite fall beverage, and savor what these four fascinating writers have to say to my Same Five Questions. HT: At what age did you read your first romance novel? Was stealth required e.g., flashlight under the covers or did … Continue
The original cover 1. Movie time, only in reverse. On the screen, we see our author type the words Chapter One, there’s a quick montage, and presto! She’s watching her movie. Behind the scenes, months go by—years can go by—between the first exciting movie query and the night the credits roll. Motion pictures get cooked up in slow motion. 2. Movie people can be surprisingly pleasant. I was pleasantly surprised to receive a warm get-acquainted phone call from… Continue