Interviews

Interview time with Celia May Hart

Celia May Hart writes erotic romance for Kensington Aphrodesia. Her first book for them, Show Me, (being from Missouri, I love the title) is a Regency set historical, with a tad more spice than traditional. ;-) Welcome, Celia!! Q.) First tell us about your book; I...

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Interview with Michelle Ann Young

Welcome to Michelle Ann Young! Michelle stopped by my blog a few months ago when she was a finalist in Dorchester's American Title contest. This month she's here to talk about her new release Pistols at Dawn along with a few other topics. Q.) First tell us about your...

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Pirates….

Cont'd... Q- Why not MORE pirates? With the popularity of Pirates of the Caribbean and the whole bad boy appeal, why do you think the romance genre seems to be skipping by them right now? Or do you think the romance genre isn’t skipping them? Darlene Marshall- "I...

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Pirates cont’d….

My interviews with Darlene Marshall and Jennifer Ashley about pirates continues... LD: So, what attracted you as an author to pirates? JA: "The bad-boy factor and the independence mentioned above. I wanted to write a Regency but without the rules. Well, a pirate...

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Back to the pirates…

Diving right in. :) LD: Why pirates? What attracts us to them? Jennifer Ashley: Who can resist a bad boy?I think pirates are always fascinating because they live life on their own terms, obeying no one's rules but their own carefully adhered to pirate code. Pirate...

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Pirates, another intro….Jennifer Ashley

Our second Pirate-loving guest is Jennifer Ashley. Jennifer Ashley has lived and traveled all over the world, and now lives in the Southwest with her husband and cat. She started out writing historical romances, but has branched into all kinds of things, including...

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Pirates–the first leg…

And a peg leg at that. (I know, I know--so not funny.) Two authors have agreed quite nicely to answer a few questions about PIRATES. First---Darlene Marshall. Darlene longs for a little more swashbuckling in her life. To fill that void, she writes of piracy, smuggling...

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Interview with Shelley Bradley

What with printing and binding ARCs of my new release and finishing up a couple of proposals, I've gotten a bit behind in blogging. To make up for it, I've got a great interview today with Shelley Bradley. In addition to being a writer, Shelley is the creator of...

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Interview with Janice Lynn

You guessed it...interview time. I'm enjoying this--hope you all are too. This time I'm doing a series of sorts, three writers associated with the American Title Contest. First up Janice Lynn last year's winner. First tell us about your book and how you got published....

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