In real life, I’m not attracted to bad boys. I’m a habitual rule-follower; I’m allergic to getting in trouble. If I were a romance novel heroine, I’d be destined to end up with a bad boy. Bad boys make me nervous. They’re unreliable—if you can’t trust them to follow society’s rules, how can you trust… Continue reading What makes a bad boy too bad?
This twisting, turning tale had me rooting for the unlikeliest of heroes. After spending over a decade in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, Virgil Skinner is exonerated. While incarcerated, he did what he had to in order to survive—including joining a tough and well-connected gang. Now that he’s out of prison and trying… Continue reading Review and giveaway: INSIDE by Brenda Novak
File this one under ‘Holy crap, people have lots of money to spend on getting published’. A couple weeks ago, I wrote about Brenda Novak’s auction for diabetes research, and how I had no problem setting aside what I could afford to bid on a critique. Erm, apparently people have a hell of a lot… Continue reading Brenda Novak’s auction rakes in the bucks
I stumbled upon a link on Joanna Bourne’s blog where she mentions that she’s auctioning off a critique. It’s part of Brenda Novak’s 6th annual auction to raise money for diabetes research. And holy crap if there isn’t a boat-load of goodies on offer – from critiques by agents and editors, to a six-month mentorship with… Continue reading Brenda Novak’s auction o’goodness for diabetes research