Historical Romance

How do I market my book?

This is a quick post to explain a dilemma I’m currently in! In other words, I guess a pretty random post. So, as you know, I’ve published my first book. I did not think about the marketing side to it all. I’ve come to realise that that was perhaps something I should have done. Let’s more »

Interview with Kelly Boyce

As soon as I had carried out this interview, I wanted to redo the font, resize the images to fit the site, design and lay everything out in a certain way. Basically, have it all up! But, alas, I had to fall ill! This required more sleep, and hatred towards the laptop.  But, I’ve finally more »

Interview with Jerrica Knight-Catania

Good morning/afternoon/evening all!! So I spent over an hour browsing for a book to read last month. I alternated between Amazon Kindle and iBooks on my iPhone (iPhone 5, in WHITE, in case you’re interested). I love reading books, regardless which genre they fall in, so spending this long to decide on which book to more »

Interview with New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author, Cindi Myers

I haven’t been able to keep up with my interviews for the past several weeks, so to kick it off, I’ve got a special interview with Cindi Myers, otherwise known as Cynthia Sterling! You might recognise her from To Love a Lady and Educating Abby or Colorado Bodyguard or Lawman Protection. I hope you enjoy! more »

Chapter 1

  “Lovers and madmen have such seething brains, Such shaping fantasies, that apprehend More than cool reason ever comprehends. The lunatic, the lover, and the poet Are of imagination all compact….” Wait, lover? No, wait, lunatic?! Who shapes fantasies? “Ouch!” I moaned. “STOP singing -correction- stop mumbling. Madmen? Lovers? Poets?” “Ouch! Why’d you pinch me?!” more »