Monthly Archives: March 2014

Interview with Laurin Wittig — Medieval Romance Writer

Laurin Wittig’s blog tour for her new release Highlander Betrayed is officially over, however I wanted to share both an interview with you and tomorrow I’ll be posting my review of her first book in her new series Guardians of the Targe. … Continue reading

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Delilah Marvelle Releases NIGHT OF PLEASURE From Her School of Gallantry Series

Title: Night of Pleasure, Book 4 (A School of Gallantry Novel) Author: Delilah Marvelle Genre: Historical Romance Story Setting: London, England 1823 Published By: Delilah Marvelle Productions, LLC (March 15, 2014) Pages: 246 ASIN: B00J1RDHN0 THE SCHOOL OF GALLANTRY SERIES: … Continue reading

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The May Day Mischief Duet Promises Added Reflection — Giveaway to one commenter

These two novellas are unique. To appreciate them fully and to appreciate the ingenuity of the author, it is best to read one immediately after the other. The story is one seen with different points of view. I asked Barbara … Continue reading

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Audrie Clifford’s Debut Book — a Memoir

Words from Audrie Clifford: You might find it interesting that I had written many of these little stories that turned into chapters while living in Reserve, and they just sat quietly in the computer. After moving to Socorro [New Mexico] … Continue reading

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Author Barbara Monajem Inspired While in Lancashire, England

Portrait of King Charles II courtesy of John Michael Wright or studio   I visited Gawthorpe Hall in Lancashire a few years ago, mostly because I happened to be in the area and knew that my favorite portrait of Charles II was … Continue reading

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Author Laurin Wittig’s HIGHLANDER AVENGED, book 2 of Guardians of the Targe series releases June 24, 2014

Story: Although the English king tried to wrest it away, the Highland Targe—ancient relic and protector of Scottish lands—still lies safely in the hands of clan MacAlpin. But for how long? Jeanette MacAlpin trained her entire life to become the … Continue reading

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DAMNED IF YOU DON’T — a hot, romantic suspense — review with raffle for $75 Amazon gift card

Title: Damned if You Don’t Author: Linda Parisi Genre: Contemporary Romantic Suspense Pages: 229 Publisher: Loose Id LLC (March 17, 2014) ASIN: B00J3BIBGC About the Story: Andrew Jackson “Jack” Kent’s on the hunt for white-collar criminals, and as a private investigator … Continue reading

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Barbara Monajem Dedicates HEART OF CONSTANTINE to Birds with Giveaway to One Commenter

Below is the anecdote concerning HEART OF CONSTANTINE promised us in Barbara’s recent interview at BOOKTALK WITH EILEEN. In Swaziland, my husband and I and some other family members spent a few days at a safari park. It was fabulous … Continue reading

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Barbara Monajem discusses why Indian Mounds are in HEART OF CONSTANTINE, book 3 of Love & Evil series

I’m about two-thirds of the way through reading Heart of Constantine, Barbara Monajem’s third book of her Love & Evil series. When an author intrigues and sparks interest about a historical event in her story, I’m all for that. Barbara … Continue reading

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Regan Walker’s Regency Romance Book 3 Released This Month A Story of Pirates and Bravery

To purchase through click on cover “A salty, sweeping, evocative tale of romance on the high seas—and a good old-fashioned love story that will keep you up far, far past your bedtime. So, reach for the coffee. Brava for … Continue reading

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