Posted in October 2011

New Release ~ Dashing Through The Snow

Wynn Murphy has been in love with Zane Anders since the day she laid eyes on him. But just when she begins to hope their casual relationship might turn into something more, a misunderstanding pushes her away. At first sight, charming and handsome, ad executive, Zane Anders has been secretly infatuated with bake shop cutie, … Continue reading

Melissa Foster Talks Author/Reader Relationships

I’d like to welcome Melissa Foster, award-winning, bestselling author, of Chasing Amanda and Megan’s Way! There’s nothing she loves more than connecting with her readers, which is why I asked her to sit down and answer some questions about author/reader relationships. Melissa, what do you think defines a good author/reader relationship? I think a number of things come … Continue reading

Leading An Online Book Club…

Author, Elizabeth Ann West, shares with us an amazing guest post on Online Book Clubs! Leading An Online Book Club for Today’s Socially Networked Readers We read on the go. Ereaders, smart phone apps, tablet apps…anyone can look completely productive while reading the latest Melissa Foster novel and not last month’s TPS reports. Maybe the … Continue reading

No More Vampires, Werewolves, or Wizards

I’d like to welcome horror writer Carrie Green, author of ROSES ARE RED, VIOLETS ARE BLUE, and SUGAR IS SWEET to my blog!  I asked her some questions and she had some tough love to share with fellow women writers—advising them to stay away from the YA category and, specifically, from writing about vampires, werewolves or … Continue reading

Interview With Author Stacy Eaton

Welcome Stacy Eaton, author of the My Blood Runs Blue series! I asked Stacy some questions and here’s what she had to say: Is Stacy Eaton your real name or a pseudonym? Well…. It’s a pseudonym and it isn’t.  Actually Stacy Eaton is me, a part of me anyway.  It’s just not the name that … Continue reading

News for a Busy Month…

I know I’ve been neglecting this blog lately, but with good reason.  So far, this month has been the busiest for me yet, since publishing Waiting On Hope, which brings me to the reason for this post.  I wanted to give everyone the inside scoop–what I’ve been up to!  I’ve been busy working on my two current … Continue reading