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A Conversation with Nicola Davidson, Author of SCANDALOUS PASSIONS (Highland Menage #1)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Nicola! What 5 things should readers know about you? Hmmmm. I am an unashamed history geek, I’m from New Zealand, sex scenes are my favorite to write, I spend way too much time online, and I will fight anyone who attempts to come between me and dessert. LOL—I’m with you on numbers 1, 4, and 5. Especially 5. Where did the inspiration for your book come from? Good question! I’m not entirely sure. I felt a bit jaded with Regency and wanted to write something completely different. Era and relationship.…

A Conversation with Zachary Ryan, Author of THIRST TRAP (with a giveaway!)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today! What 5 things should readers know about you? I live in Chicago, I have a twin, I’m originally from Maryland, I believe my characters are real, and I love a good fancy bottle of Jameson. Oooh, a twin—fun! And of course your characters are real…aren’t they? 😉 Where did the inspiration for this book come from? This book’s inspiration came from my friends in Chicago. I wrote a book five to six years ago about me moving to Chicago, coming out, and dealing with heartbreak. I wanted to keep that…

A Conversation with Catherine Lanigan, Author of HOME FOR CHRISTMAS (Shores of Indian Lake #12–with a giveaway!)

What 5 things should readers know about you?  They should know I take my writing very seriously. I feel a responsibility to deliver the best of my talent at the age I am when writing it. I’ve been writing for 40 years. I work endlessly on screenplays. My first Hallmark movie, THE SWEETEST HEART was aired last year I love to cook. Congrats on the Hallmark movie! I’ll have to check it out 🙂 Where did the inspiration for this book come from? In my town, La Porte, Indiana, there used to be the most fabulous all glass greenhouses built…

A Conversation with Maria Cleveland, Author of REFORMING THE CEO (with TWO Giveaways!)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Marisa! Thank you so much for having me! What 5 things should readers know about you? This is harder than it should be, so I’m going to choose one thing from each of the past five years to make up my five things readers should know about me. One: In 2014, author Sonya Weiss released the first book in her A Stealing the Heart series. A novel titled Stealing the Groom. To this day, I claim to everyone who will listen that I discovered Sonya Weiss on May 22, 2012…

A Conversation with Chloe Liese, Author of SHE’S A SPITFIRE (Tough Love #2–with a giveaway!)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Chloe! Thank you for having me 🙂 What 5 things should readers know about you? I’m incessantly curious—I love learning about new concepts and fields, and I find researching for a character outside my knowledge very exciting. I believe romance with realistic and body/sex-positive sex is incredibly important. I love reading fiction and nonfiction equally. I deeply value connecting with readers and hearing their experience of my stories. I agree that body/sex positivity is so important in romance! I wish more genres followed suit… Where did the inspiration for this…

A Conversation with William L. Myers,Jr., Author of A KILLER’S ALIBI (Philadelphia Legal #3–with a giveaway!)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, William! What 5 things should readers know about you? The most important thing for my readers to know about me is that I want THEM to have a great experience reading my books. I want them to feel the stress, thrill, rush, despair and joy of good legal and psychological thrillers. I want to give readers protagonists they care about and can identify with—three dimensional characters facing real human crises. And I want to give the readers truly delicious bad guys (and bad gals).       As for the…

Amber Mitchell, Author of WAR OF THE WILTED (Garden of Thorns #2), Talks About Books and Writing (with a giveaway!)

Welcome, Amber! What 5 things should readers know about you? I write fight scenes and kiss scenes almost the same way. They are both about action and feelings and high stakes so I approach them with a similar mindset! When I’m not writing, I make 3D papercut shadowboxes and travel to different comic conventions to sell them. I love nerd culture and participating in conventions is such a wonderful way to foster that. I talk about Scotland… a lot. I recently took a trip to Scotland, fell madly in love, left part of my heart there and am constantly scheming…

A Conversation with Kat Cantrell, Author of A LOT LIKE PERFECT (SEALs of Superstition Springs #2–with a giveaway!)

From USA Today Bestseller Kat Cantrell comes a sweet small-town romance series with a touch of magic. Check out the Blog Tour and get your copy of A LOT LIKE PERFECT now! Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Kat! Of course! I love talking about books. 🙂   What 5 things should readers know about you? I’m a huge fan of professional cycling and watch every minute of the Tour De France, which is going on right now, so I’m glued to the TV. I want to be Nora Roberts when I grow up. Both of…

A Conversation with Jennifer Silverwood, Author of SILVER HOLLOW (Borderlands Saga #1–with a giveaway!)

On Tour with Prism Book Tours Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Jennifer! Thanks for having me over, Becky! Love your quilt featured above, btw. I come from a long line of quilters. It’s on my bucket list to pick up the tradition one day. Thanks 🙂 I highly recommend quilting as a form of stress relief—plus, you can listen to audiobooks while you do it, so—win-win!   What 5 things should readers know about you? I am an unapologetic nerd. I know way too much about Blade Runner, Star Trek, Star Wars & Game of…

A Conversation with Tiffany Brooks, Author of REALITY GOLD (with a giveaway!)

Thanks so much for agreeing to be with us today, Tiffany! THANK YOU for having me! What 5 things should readers know about you? I live in California and I take pride I’m usually the first one in my family to yell “who felt that” after an earthquake. I think of myself a reader first, writer second. I can read really fast—usually I can read nearly any book in an hour, although I’ve noticed as I’ve gotten older it’s closer to two hours, which is worse sign of aging than finding a bunch of new wrinkles. When I was in…

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