Guess what day it is? Besides release day for Broken Arrow?
It’s another freebie alert!
What better way to start off your week than with a batch of FREE e-books?
Here’s a batch of (LEGAL)freebies for you to enjoy. Remember to check the prices BEFORE you one-click, and I make no assurances to the qu...Read more of this blog post »
I didn’t believe them when they told me, but when I was in Washington, D.C. a few months back, when having dinner with my friends Carol and Joe, they swore that if I stopped at Zahav in Philadelphia on the way back, that I’d have a life-changing experience. While I wish that at least several t...Read more of this blog post »
I was tagged on Facebook to list 15 small things that make me happy.
1. In-jokes with friends, the stupider the better as it gives you warm fuzzes about your shared history.
2. Sticking my face in the cat's warm belly on a cold day.
3. Hearing the Tigers' theme song at the end of a victorious game.
4...Read more of this blog post »
What has been happening this week? It’s been crazy busy. I haven’t had a ton of time to read, so I sat down and read most of today (with the exception of doing a little bit of work and washing the dishes). I have been spending most of the day wandering the moors, reading The Annotated Wuthering H...Read more of this blog post »
Judging by the soft, blue/gray glow behind the blinds, it was just after dawn when the goddamn cat decided to walk around our bathroom and howl for no goddamn reason.
I sat up in bed, startling both of our dogs, and stomped across the bedroom.
“Jesus fuck, Luna. Shut the fuck up,” I grumbled, as I...Read more of this blog post »
I am so pleased with the great response to Chasing Claire!! Especially as a follow up to Raine Falling!! I can't thank you enough for your praise, interest and all the postings, reviews and emails!! For a writer I think that the second book is kind of a tough one, especially if the... Read more of this blog post »
Because this website is changing servers, there’s a possibility that this week’s blog post, scheduled for Wednesday, April 29, may be slightly delayed.
It sounds like the title of either a SF or maybe a romantic suspense book, Two Words Collide, but it’s actually been my office for the last year or so as I shift my focus of work from pure urban fantasy where the characters are witches, vampires, and Weres, to something a little more mainstream....Read more of this blog post »
224 authors, review bloggers, and publishers have got together to offer something wonder... Read more of this blog post »
This week I receivedsomeespecially lovely mailings of two forthcoming books. First of all, there was Laura Amy Schlitz’s The Hired Girl (which I have read and wrote enthusiastically about here). The ARC came most appropriately with a small notebook and a dainty white handkerchief. How perfect for...Read more of this blog post »
I think that Reeve always had a little thing for her, but it never really developed into morebecause 99% of the time they got on each other’s nerves and also, he knew Alex had real feelings for her. So he put her put of his mind and didn’t let himself go there.
So far, so good. I'm avoiding the bad stuff, though perhaps not stringently enough. Feeling restless and edgy and yet no energy, which makes me think I need food. Sigh.
Here's the ugly truth. Yesterday I had a Kashi protein bar, lunch was 2 pieces of whole-wheat bread and nitrate free turkey (no f...Read more of this blog post »
The gorgeous cover of my upcoming release Enforcing Emory created by Catt Ford was revealed today on Prism Book Alliance. Read an excerpt and comment to win an ecopy. Pre-order links are included in the post. I hope you enjoy a glimpse of Emory and Nikolai.
http://www.prismbookalliance.com/2015/0... Read more of this blog post »
Hi! This week, for a change, I'm handing over the soapbox to a new guest blogger—one who's been publishing books almost since I was in high school: Judith Tarr.
Her first fantasy novel, The Isle of Glass, appeared in 1985, and went on to win the Crawford Award. Her space opera, Forgotten Suns, has...Read more of this blog post »
Hello everyone :)
First, thank you to everyone for their kindness and understanding about the Goodreads event story I had to withdraw from. Sara’s prompt has been taken up by Julia, and I have no doubt she is going to rock it!
Next, Axel’s Pup is now in print. It’s actually been out a little whil...Read more of this blog post »
My entire trip to New Zealand, Gentle Reader, was because of one man: Andrew. Andrew and I met at the WorldCon in Melbourne a few years ago. Apparently, he was talking to Pip and Tee and saw me in my checked outfit. He asked who I was and they told him, and then he asked to be introduced.
Andrew'... Read more of this blog post »
Facebook Post Helps Solve 34-Year Old Cold Case Murder Of Louisiana Teen
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2042491/facebook-post-helps-solve-34-year-old-cold-case-murder-of-louisiana-teen/#7vvJssXim8DWUpM3.99
The post Facebook Po...Read more of this blog post »
In anticipation of the release of To Win Her Favor, we're holding a party of sorts, and you're invited!
Enter to win
Onegrand prize winner will receive:
AKindle Fire HD 6Acopy ofTo Win Her Favor
Enter today by clicking the icon above. But hurry, the giveaway ends on May10th.Winner w... Read more of this blog post »
Beheadings, betrothals, and High Priests caught in brothels; kidnappings, self-abnegations, and a wedding.
Or, as they call it in Westeros, a Wednesday.
Yes, it's episode 3 of the fifth season of Game of Thrones, and with me as always to discuss the literary side of the show — as well as joining m... Read more of this blog post »
A few things of interest have occurred in the past week or two, and I wanted to draw your attention to them.
—Ex Machina is out in theaters, a film written and directed by Alex Garland. Since Garland’s on board to write and direction the movie of my novel Annihilation, I was curious to see what...Read more of this blog post »
by Dorothea Grossman
I allow myself
the luxury of breakfast
(I am no nun, for Christ’s sake).
Charmed as I am
by the sputter of bacon,
and the eye-opening properties
it’s the coffee
that’s really sacramental.
In the old days,
I spread fires and floods and pestilence
on my toa... Read more of this blog post »
I’m doing three events in May: an appearance at Oblong Books in Rhinebeck, NY; several panels and a signing at the Romantic Times Conference in Dallas, TX; and a few things around Book Expo America here in New York City.
Sunday, May 10, 2015
6422 Montgomery Street
Rhinebeck, NY 12...
Tomorrow (4/28/15) is the official release day for TWISTED! It should be available at your favorite book store or online retailer.
Dean Bannon comes to New Orleans for one reason only: to track down a missing sixteen-year-old girl. That’s before he meets the drop-dead gorgeous con artist...Read more of this blog post »
(Thanks to Bob Brogan)Read more of this blog post »
Chinese scientists have reportedediting the genomes of human embryos.“Some say that gene editing in embryos could have a bright future because it could eradicate devastating genetic diseases before a baby is born. Others say that such work crosses an ethical line:researchers warned inNaturethat b... Read more of this blog post »
Every time I think I have said all that needs to be said on the subject of the Hugo Awards, one of the Puppies does or says something else egregious, something I cannot let pass.
I have tried to have a rational discussions of the issues here, addressing... Read more of this blog post »
I grabbed one more shot as they flew away.
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We are updating the site in preparation for the new release and there are some minor housekeeping things that will have to be taken care of. So the site will a little wonky for the next day or two.
Good morning, Monday!
Chapter Two of Shan and Priscilla Ride Again, a Liaden novel that never was, with appended Auctorial Reflections, is now up and ready for you — yes, you! — to read it. Here’s your link.
by Read more of this blog post »
In honor of the great Forgotten Room cover reveal, Karen, Beatriz, and I are each giving away a copy of our upcoming books.
Here’s what you might win….
Karen White, The Sound of Glass:
The New...Read more of this blog post »
One of the best things about DABWAHA (voting is here!) is discovering new authors and books. There are often some awesome romances featured that I’ve heard very little about (or that I forgot about by the time I went to the bookstore.) I also often discover that the authors themselves are pretty...Read more of this blog post »
I just wanted to say thank you to all of the readers out there who participated in the As Low as It Gets Cover Poll that I sent out a few weeks ago! You all helped me decide which book cover was more appealing to the eye and which one fit the story the best!! And to be honest, I am... Read more of this blog post »
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