How many of you have heard of Read a Romance Month (RARM)? It’s a wonderful site that hosts three posts a day from authors and bloggers, giving their recommendations of books to read. I was so delighted to find out that one of my all-time favorite authors, Anne Calhoun, is recommending my books in her… Continue reading Giveaway: The most joyful romances you can read during Read a Romance Month
I’m a huge, HUGE historical romance fan, but I hardly have time to read it anymore so there are only a few authors whose books I make time for. Rose Lerner is number one. So here’s some great news. Her novel A Lily Among Thorns is being re-released today with a gorgeous new cover, and… Continue reading Great news for historical romance fans!
Turns out Random.org magically selected Rose’s critique partner the first time around, so Susanna asked me to give it another whirl. The real winner of A Lily Among Thorns is…Marian Lanouette! Marian, send me your address, and thanks for commenting!
I loved Rose’s 10 tips on writing characters with accents, and I’m so thankful that she’s giving away a copy of A Lily Among Thorns. I read it a couple of months ago, and I think the winner will absolutely love it. And that winner is…Susanna Fraser! Congratulations! I’ve sent you an email asking for… Continue reading Winner of the Rose Lerner giveaway!
Anyone who’s read one of Rose Lerner’s novels (In for a Penny and A Lily Among Thorns) will know that her characters come from a wide range of backgrounds. Rose is a master at writing accents so a reader can hear her characters’ distinctive voices. She’s very generously written this post on how she writes… Continue reading Ten tips on writing characters with accents, by Rose Lerner