Revise and Release (Guest Blog by Anna M. Taylor)

Revise and Release (Guest Blog by Anna M. Taylor)

Nine years ago I and seven others wrote gothic romance novellas for an anthology entitled Shadowed Hearts. Our high hopes for the series were dashed by the publisher’s dishonesty. As authors we rely on the industry to interact with us in good faith, but unfortunately...
A Matchmaking Doctor? Guest blog by Linda O’Connor

A Matchmaking Doctor? Guest blog by Linda O’Connor

Thank you very much for welcoming me to your blog, Mary. It’s always fun to visit other authors and meet new readers. I’m excited to share the release of the second story in my new sweet medical romantic comedy series. I’m a physician at an Urgent Care Clinic so it’s...
Inspiration For The Sea Of Love

Inspiration For The Sea Of Love

Inspiration is a funny thing. I get my ideas from lots of things – things I see, things I hear, things I read. I might get an idea, but not use it straight away. I’ll park it in a corner of my mind, and years later it will resurface when I least expect it. The other...
Blog Tour: The Biology of Your Brain

Blog Tour: The Biology of Your Brain

This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. The author will be awarding a $10 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn host via Rafflecopter. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour. You are invited to today’s...
Truth In The Fiction with Anne Krist (Guest Blog)

Truth In The Fiction with Anne Krist (Guest Blog)

The fact behind the fiction Writers always include some truth in their fiction—it can’t be helped. In the same way we all carry past history (some call it baggage) into relationships, writers carry some of their history into their writing. The old adage is to write...
The Du Lac Curse Guest Blog

The Du Lac Curse Guest Blog

God against Gods. King against King. Brother against Brother. Mordred Pendragon had once said that the sons of Lancelot would eventually destroy each other, it seemed he was right all along. Garren du Lac knew what the burning pyres meant in his brother’s...