The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba of The Caffeinated Book Reviewer. This is a weekly meme where we can share news of the week and highlight new books received.
I’ve had zero motivation this weekend to do anything other than play games on my Kindle. Ugh. Not sure what’s going on, because I had big, big plans to READ all weekend long. We didn’t have any plans over the weekend other than a quick run out to PetSmart and to grab a bite to eat and ugh – nothing I’ve picked up has held me interest. That typically means I need to read a zombie book or a Harlequin romance, so I’ll be trying to do just that the rest of the day. Read more
Please give Larissa Ione a warm welcome this morning! She’s here to share a Top 5 list, and she also has an awesome giveaway you can enter!
Name the Top 5 items in your deadline survival kit
Oh, this is a great topic! Okay, let’s see… Read more
Please welcome Sharon Cullen to the virtual offices! She’s here to share a guest post, and she has a giveaway for you to enter, too!
I love this topic! While I try very hard never to take my deadline down to the wire (I’ve never been a procrastinator), there are times when it occasionally happens. And, hey, I’m always up for a snack! Read more
Lecia Cornwall stopped by the virtual offices to share a guest post, and she has two awesome giveaways for you enter! Enjoy!
CHRISTMAS IN SCOTLAND (and other places) by Lecia Cornwall
Ah, Christmas in the Scottish Highlands. Sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?
My wonderful mother-in-law was Scottish, born in Glasgow. I remember telling her about an ad I’d seen in a magazine, offering a Scottish castle for rent over the holidays. Visitors (up to twenty people) could come and spend a glorious Christmas in the Highlands. My mother-in-law looked at me as if I were daft, and said, “Are you crazy? It’s cold and damp in the Highlands, and those old castles are drafty. You’d never get warm or dry!” Not very romantic, perhaps, but practical. It certainly is easier to enjoy a white Christmas from indoors, by the fire, with good company, a Christmas tree, and a hot drink. Our Christmases with my in-laws here in Canada were always warm and wonderful, and though she might not have welcomed winter in a Highland castle, my mother-in-law brought the best Scottish traditions with her, and never stopped longing to be in Scotland. Read more
Please give a warm welcome to Kelly Bowen this morning!
[Manga Maniac Café] Good morning, Kelly! Describe yourself in five words or less.
[Kelly Bowen] 1) adventurous Read more
Please welcome Wendy S Marcus to the virtual offices this morning!
First off a great big thank you to Manga Maniac Café for hosting today’s blog post promoting my Loveswept Contemporary Romance, Loving You Is Easy. In the story, the hero, Shane, is a soldier in the U.S. Army who returns home wounded. I’ve been asked to discuss five things Shane would never have in his rucksack. So here goes:
1) Porn – Since getting four full color, sexy pictures from his pen pal, Brooke, Shane has no desire to look at any woman but her. Those long, slender legs. That firm, perfectly rounded ass. Hot damn, gets him worked up every single time. Read more
This morning I have an excerpt and give away for Lori Wilde’s Double Trouble. Enjoy!
About DOUBLE TROUBLE
Two Lori Wilde romances together for the first time in print!
CHARMED AND DANGEROUS
When her thrill-seeking twin sister goes missing, Maddie Cooper must come to her rescue-which means teaming up with irritating, arrogant, and altogether way too sexy FBI agent David Marshall. David isn’t one to get easily distracted but his new self-proclaimed partner has him completely sidetracked with her delectable curves and knockout smile. His first priority: follow the leads in the case. Then he can go about the all-too-enjoyable task of following his heart . . . Read more
Please welcome Katie Lane to the virtual offices this morning!
5 reasons why cowboys make such great heroes by Katie Lane Read more