Monday, April 30, 2012
Friday, April 27, 2012
Hope you enjoyed Sapphire's excerpt. The book sounds like a winner, doesn't it?
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Have a Blessed Day!
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
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Monday, April 23, 2012
That's it for today. Make sure you leave a comment with your email addy to enter Nancy's drawing. Good luck!
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Monday, April 16, 2012
Monday, April 09, 2012
Carrie’s vacation is over. Although she loves her job, she dreads returning. Especially when a blonde-haired cherub insists she’s ‘Mommy’. Add the girl’s intriguing father, and Carrie believes she’s finally ready for a real relationship. But memories of a horrific attack surface, bringing doubt and fear.
Then one of Bryce’s fathers is kidnapped by a cult. Not knowing if the abduction was of human or Fey origin, Bryce must chance seeming crazy and losing Carrie with tales of the Faerie Otherworld. Dare he take her to Faerie and declare his love—or are the forces aligning against them too much to overcome?
-- Lynda Again
Hope you all enjoyed Lizzie's visit. Don't forget to leave a comment and enter her drawing!
Good luck and have a Blessed Day!
Oh, and check out my review of Enraptured here.
EN: When readers finish my books, I hope they’re left with three things:
EN: Most of my books deal with redemption in some way. It’s a theme that seems to stretch across every genre I write, whether I plan it or not.
EN: I’ve been a fan of Greek mythology since I was a kid. When all my friends were moaning about having to read The Odyssey and The Iliad, I was in heaven. As for favorite myths, the Argonaut myth is probably one of my favorites. Jason’s quest for the Golden Fleece and the heroes he gathered to sail with him on the Argos. I love all the trials and tribulations they had to go through to achieve Jason’s goal.
EN: Oooh…fun question! Well, a good chunk would have to be filmed in the islands of Greece. (Mostly because I would need to be there to oversee it all and I need an excuse to travel there.) A lot of the books take place in the Pacific Northwest, so some would have to be filmed there. As for the scenes in Argolea…I’m thinking New Zealand. Such gorgeous country.
EN: Another hard question! It’s really hard for me to pick one actor or actress to play Orpheus and Skyla because I don’t want my opinion to influence how readers see the characters. But if I had to pick…
EN: Any of the Eternal Guardians novels, of course!
EN: This is like picking my favorite child. I can’t do it. Every hero and heroine I write about is my favorite at one time, otherwise I wouldn’t write about them. I’d get bored. That said, I have to admit that Orpheus holds a very special place in my heart, mostly because he’s just been so fun to write. His snarky personality is a lot like mine, so I identify with him really well.
EN: Hm… again, really hard to answer! You are challenging me today! Right now I’m loving Tyrion Lannister from the Game of Thrones books. Mostly because he’s such a smartass. Guess I see the connection. ;)
Sunday, April 08, 2012
Monday, April 02, 2012
SH: I’m a hopeless romantic and a sucker for a happy ending. I believe in true love and great sex. Romance novels take all of that and roll it together in one delicious package. Reading romance novels always provided me with an escape from the everyday and reading a great love story made me believe that someday I’d find my own true love…and I did.
SH: Not yet. However, I’ve always said that someday I’d write a book about living with all of these men. I have four sons and a husband. When I do get the time to write it the title will be, “An Island of Estrogen in a Sea of Testosterone: My Life Among Men and Boys”.
SH: I was about two and a half. I have a vivid memory of my mother peeking around the edge of my bedroom door and coming in my room to get me out of my crib. She was pregnant with my baby sister at the time and I also remember the Raggedy Ann wallpaper.
SH: Why the crush on Kirk? He’s a classic Alpha Male who is dominant, fearless, protective, sexy, and he’s got a smirk edged with a touch of arrogance. My favorite episode was The Trouble with Tribbles. It was adorable to see him get buried in the mountain of furry little tribbles.
SH: Whoever that guy is on the cover for Untouched is perfectly cast. Sourcebooks always does a beautiful job on the covers. However, if I were to pick someone myself I think Shane Rice would be a good fit for Dante. He was the 1st runner up in the 2011 Mr. Romance competition at RT. I haven’t found a cover model that I think could portray William, the hero in Untamed (AL #3) but Len Gunn, Mr. Romance 2011, would be perfect for Pete who is the hero in Undone (AL Book #4).
SH: Absolutely! I use sense memory recall which is something I used when I was performing. I also do background work on each of the characters—I have to come up with their history so that I can create a credible character that the reader will fall in love with and believe in.
SH: I love movies. I’m a sci-fi movie dork. A perfect indulgent day would be sitting on my couch enjoying a movie marathon of the Aliens, Terminator or Star Trek franchises. Pure heaven.
SH: I’m living it. I’m married to my college sweetheart and we’re enjoying raising our four sons together. I’m a published author. Life is good. However, if I had to pinpoint a perfect happily ever after beyond this would be to keep it all going and someday be covered in grandchildren and great-grandchildren. I want to use everything that God gave me, not waste a second and be thankful every day.
Then send me an email email@example.com with your name and address PLUS the name of Kerry's BFF (found in the review) by Friday and I'll have my alien kitten, Wookie, select the winners. We'll notify you by email. Please put UNTOUCHED in the subject line.
Thanks for stopping by and have a Blessed Day!