Thanks to everyone to commented on Kaki Warner’s guest post, One woman’s tips on writing in the male point of view. What a fun post! The winner of a brand-spanking-new copy of Colorado Dawn is…Amel Armeliana! Congratulations, Amel! I’ve sent you an email asking for your address. U.S. readers, this week you have the chance… Continue reading Winner of the Kaki Warner giveaway!
In Colorado Dawn, Kaki Warner’s trademark humor, grit and attention to detail come together in a beautifully vibrant, entertaining, and emotionally gripping story. Maddie and Angus Wallace have spent only a few nights together in their six-year marriage. The last time Angus deserted her to rejoin his regiment, Maddie struggled unsuccessfully to make a life… Continue reading Review: Colorado Dawn by Kaki Warner
One of the things I love about Kaki Warner‘s historical Western romance novels is how she writes men. They’re authentically tough and often befuddled by women. I personally find writing a hero’s point of view very difficult, mostly because the men I know in real life are chatty, sensitive charity workers. My critique partner Moriah… Continue reading One woman’s tips for writing in the male point of view: Guest post by Kaki Warner
Thanks so much to everyone who commented on my interview with Kaki Warner. I’m so glad you liked it – isn’t she hilarious? I loved her answers to your questions. Now, time for the winners. Like I said, Kaki’s giving away three copies of Heartbreak Creek, and since this interview series is in honor of… Continue reading Winners of the Kaki Warner giveaway!
Thank you to everyone who stopped by to read my interview with the lovely Ashley March. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. I also hope you’ve bought her short story, Romancing Lady Cecily – I read it the day it was released and loved it! Congratulations to Cathy P, who wins… Continue reading Winner of the Ashley March giveaway