Guest Post–Conning for Keeps by Seleste Delaney

 

This morning, I asked Seleste Delaney this question:

If you could temporarily become someone else, who would you pick and why? What would you do while you were that person?

Check out her answer!

Wow. Anyone else? Anyone?

Sorry guys, I’m totally going fictional on you—because I can (there were no rules listed so neener-neener-neener).

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Guest Post – Top Ten Hero New Year’s Resolutions for 2014 by Jackie Ashenden

Jackie Ashenden is our special guest this morning! Check out her Top Ten Resolutions as dictated by her heroes.

Top Ten Hero New Year’s Resolutions for 2014 by Jackie Ashenden

Hi and thanks for having me on the blog! Today I bring you a list of New Year’s resolutions as decided by each of my heroes from a selection of my books

They don’t ask for much these guys, but you can pretty much guarantee that each resolution isn’t going to last the year…. :-)

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Guest Post: Top Ten Things I’m Most Grateful For Since Becoming a Published Author by Victoria James

Please give Victoria James a warm welcome this morning! She dropped by the virtual offices to share a Top Ten list!

This has been a year of much excitement and many firsts! As I look back on my first year as a published author, I think back to all the people/things that have made this such a special year. These are all publishing/writing relating things (in case you’re wondering why my family isn’t mentioned here ;-)).

Top Ten Things I’m Most Grateful For Since Becoming a Published Author:

10. Coffee. I don’t think I need to explain that one!

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Annie Seaton’s Tangling with the CEO Blog Tour! Take a Tour of Annie’s Writing Space

 

 

As part of Annie Seaton’s Tangling with the CEO blog tour, she gave us a tour of her writing space!

Tour of Annie Seaton’s writing space…

Annie Seaton is one lucky author and she knows it and she truly appreciates it. If you read her web page or her publicity bio, you can discover…

I sit in my writing chair and look out over the tranquil Pacific Ocean “ and “When she is not writing she can be found in her garden or walking on the beach… or most likely on her deck overlooking the ocean.”

On her website she has a page called From the Chair where visiting authors come and sit in her virtual writing chair and imagine they can see her wonderful view over the ocean.

So let me tell you about my actual writing chair…

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Inara Scott’s Supply Kit for Single Dads

Top Five Items in a Single Dad’s Supply Kit

Hi everyone! I’m here today to talk a little about my new book, Falling for Mr. Wrong, which features an adorable single dad (Ross Bencher), who is searching hard for someone stable and reliable to help him with his kids, and the completely unreliable and adventure-seeking woman he falls for. :-)

Julie asked me to come up with the top five items that Ross would have in his Single Dad’s Supply Kit, which is a fabulous question. So, in order from least to most important, I give you Ross Bencher’s Top Five Items in his Single Dad’s Supply Kit:

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Guest Post: The Cover Design Process by MK Reed

Today I’m thrilled to be part of The Cute Girl Network blog tour.  Check out what MK Reed has to say about the cover creation process for this graphic novel by Greg Means, MK Reed, and Joe Flood.  I think the cover is so cute!

The Cover Design Process by MK Reed

Greg, Joe & I are pretty lucky to have an awesome friend in Colleen Venable, who is also our awesome cover designer. Granted, the process can be lengthy, but Colleen’s got a system that pushes way past "This is the first thing I thought of" to "Oh my god Colleen, if this isn’t it I’m going to punch a kitten in front of a baby and we’re all going to cry together." (It has not yet come to that.) And the end results usually end up working out pretty cool, but I didn’t really appreciate our cover until I started looking at some other romance covers.

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