Annabeth Albert dropped by with a guest post, an excerpt from Served Hot, and an awesome giveaway. Check it out!
Why I write m/m (and other ramblings) by Annabeth Albert
A few years ago, my uncles got married after almost forty years together. They got married the year it became legal in their state after decades of home ownership, pet parenthood, job changes, family holidays, and the sort of companionship that really only comes from building a life together. Growing up, it was simply a fact of family life that I had two uncles, who lived together, and only one was blood related to me. It wasn’t until I was an adult that I realized what it meant that they couldn’t marry, that if one of them got sick the other might not be allowed to see them in the hospital, and all the other red tape and prejudice they had to deal with. As a child, all I saw was their love. Read more
This morning TJ Kline dropped by the virtual offices!
Ten Things In My Bag
Wallet complete with credit cards, pictures, money and coupons
Notebook (a mid-size spiral bound to take notes or jot down ideas)
Pens (several in various colors because I ALWAYS write with colored pens)
THREE pair of sunglasses (Why three? I have no clue!)
Halloween face paint – green (How did this even get in there?)
Pink Himalayan salt (for my various water bottles either carried, refilled or purchased daily – seriously, try it!)
Water bottle (right now, it’s a 1 liter bottle, half full)
Two Victoria Secret lip gloss (because one never fails to disappear so I keep a spare)
Keys (with my book key chains)
Orbit sweet mint flavored gum (because this is the only mint gum I like)
Please give a warm welcome to Mira Lyn Kelly! She dropped by the virtual offices to share a top 5, and there’s also an awesome giveaway for you to enter!
Hey everyone, thanks so much for having me over and helping me to celebrate the release of TOUCH AND GO (Dare to Love #2)– Yay!!
Okay, so let’s get going… 5 Things You Would Never Find In Sam’s Bathroom: Read more
This morning I have a fun guest post from the husband and wife writing team VK Sykes. Check out the excerpt and enter the giveaway below, too!
5 things you would never find in Aiden’s locker by VK Sykes
Junk food: okay, Aiden will make an exception for Dorito’s Ranch-flavored chips. Hey, a guy has to have a few bad habits, right?
Pin-up pictures of models: because that is just crass and disrespectful. His mother taught him better than that.
Family pictures that include his father: Aiden does have a picture of his mother and brother in his locker. But his dad? No way. Read more
This morning Vicky Dreiling stopped by with a Top 5 list. There’s also an excerpt from What A Devilish Duke Desires for you to enjoy, and a giveaway for you to enter.
Top 5 complaints from Harry’s household staff about their employer by Vicky Dreiling
1. The dog fur on the furniture
2. The lumpy sofa
3. The erotic literature in his bedsheets
4. The stench of cheroots when his friends visit
5. The piles of papers scattered all over his desk. Read more
This morning Megan Frampton stopped by the virtual offices to chat about her latest release When Good Earls Go Bad. Be sure to enter the giveaway, too!
Thanks for the chance to stop by here today! I’m excited about the release of When Good Earls Go Bad, my Victorian Valentine’s Day novella.
The novella’s hero, Matthew, has never done that before (you know what I mean), and so I was thinking about things I had never done before that likely most people have. Read more
Sidney Halston dropped by the virtual offices to share a Top Five. Check it out, and be sure to enter the giveaway below!
Top Five “Walk Out” Songs for Tony by Sidney Halston
There’s certain songs that you hear and they just pump you full of adrenaline and make you want to kick some serious butt—The Rocky Song, for example. Read more
I am thrilled to welcome Lindsay McKenna to the virtual offices this morning! She has a special post to share, as well as an awesome giveaway for you to enter!
Post 6: A Heroine with a Cause
Title: TAKING FIRE by Lindsay McKenna: A heroine with a cause
One of the hallmarks of my writing, as my loyal readers will agree with, is that I write ‘fresh.’ Well, what does that mean? It means I’m not writing what everyone else is writing. I want to write from different slants and perspectives than are normally thought of to write from.
I wanted to create a heroine who was not a SEAL, but worked in deep black ops. This is an area that few can write about except those who have been in the military, or who have great military consultants who can give them useful information in defining and creating a character who is in this super secretive area of undercover work. Read more