There's a discussion happening on my Facebook page at the moment, about romantic suspense heroes--how many of them are uniforms, or ex-uniforms (military, police, etc). What's your opinion? Have you come across a romantic suspense hero who didn't have enforcement training of some type, who did carry the story convincingly? Talk about it on the Facebook page, here.
Until November 17, there is a bunch of military romantic suspense novels by various authors being offered on BookFunnel. My own Vistaria Has Fallen is among them. And you bet I'll be picking up the others! Enjoy! Click to jump to the BookFunnel giveaway! Cheers, . Get the news that no one else does. Sign
I normally mark Remembrance Day each year, but this year is special. World War I, the Great War, was not the deadliest war in history. It wanted wasn’t even the second most deadliest. In a list of total casualties, World War I comes eighth! So why is so much fuss made about World War
If you are a Kobo VIP customer, then watch your inbox. Kobo will be offering the first two books in my Scandalous Scions series at 40% off, only until the 12th. Soul of Sin, Book 1 Valor of Love, Book 2 FYI. Cheers, . Get the news that no one else does. Sign
Unlike most of the heroes in Romanceland, Daniel, the hero of Degree of Solitude, is a scarred "monster" that hides away in the wilds of Wales. When I explained his general appearance to Dar Albert, the cover artist who designs nearly all my covers, I knew it would be a challenge to make him both hideous
I enjoy writing all my books, of course, but this one in particular made me look forward to getting up in the morning and heading for my desk. Although it was a logistical nightmare to plot and write! Now we're getting further into the saga, many of the characters you've heard of before are starting
I'm not entirely sure how I found this one. Not sure how I'm going to use it, either. A Russian fisherman, Roman Fedortsov, has an Instagram account where he posts images of the creatures he and his fellow fisherman find in their nets. They trawl far and deep, and some of the life in the
"Halloween" just slides off the tongue. When you read the word or hear it, you think kids, silly costumes, pumpkins and candy. Or, if you have my addiction, you think, "candy, candy, candy, candy, candy...!" The word Halloween, though, is a shortened form of "All Hallows' Eve". That is, the evening before All Hallows' Day...or,
Tony Hernandez It's Halloween! I can't resist the fun of Halloween. Even though I've learned to resist the copious quantities of sugar everywhere, the creepy supernatural origins of the day fit right in with paranormal themed...everything. I can't hand out candy on the Interweb...not this century. But I can hand out different goodies.
Last week(ish), I released the very last of the Vistaria Has Fallen series, V-Day. Because it was the last of the series, I did a short video, running through the history of the series. That history goes back more than ten years! There has been some lovely reviews for the final book in the series, too! They