Three more days of freebies over at Little Red Hen Romance, including Miss Annabel Lee and the Clockwork Wolf, the first chapter in our steampunk series. Wanna taste? As soon as she knew they were gone, Annabel went down to the cellar. She dragged the old milk cans out of the corner, swept back theContinue reading “Repairing the Perfect Beast”
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Furious Angels (Need Love, Too)
He is her special angel . . . bless her heart. Wet Work, available free this week from Little Red Hen Romance: Rosie woke up on a bed with a sombrero-shaped headboard. “Ay carimba.” “You.” Matthias, the angel she remembered from her first night as a witch, was pacing over her. “It just had toContinue reading “Furious Angels (Need Love, Too)”
Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Missing Comma
You know how to write a great story, but you still need to fix the damned commas!
If she could read his mind, love – A romance writer’s take on POV
The biggest news in romance writing the past month or so has been the publication of Grey, author E.L. James’ follow-up to her wildly successful Fifty Shades trilogy, written from the point of view of her problematic hero, Christian Grey. When I heard this book was coming out, my first thought was, “Jeebus Krispies, you meanContinue reading “If she could read his mind, love – A romance writer’s take on POV”
Little Hen Romance Is Alive!
And this weekend, all the books are free to read on your handy-dandy Kindle device. Wanna see what we’ve got? (Click the image to go to the Amazon page.) Celtic witch Rowan is taken from her Saxon captors by the Romans and given as a spoil of war to Titus, a Roman general.He treats herContinue reading “Little Hen Romance Is Alive!”
Because life is too short to read crap
Like more than 20 million other people, I read e-books on a Kindle, and my favorite genre is romance. A quick search on Amazon for romance titles this morning yielded me 365,065 options to choose from. I know from experience that there are treasures to be found all the way up and down the charts.Continue reading “Because life is too short to read crap”