Hot Latin Heroes, High Tension Storytelling Jimmy Smits. Remember him? Yeah, me, too. And what has that to do with anything, you ask? Oh, lots… I grew up without a TV, so when I was a young adult, I pigged out on TV, catching up on TV series I hadn’t seen, but had heard all
Charles Dance Now What is it about red-headed men? There’s a quality whichdraws you to them and I’m still trying to figure it out. I love dark, mysterious alpha heroes, don’t get me wrong. Black of hair, blue eyed men, or even dark eyed, yep, I’m there. But red-headed men will draw my
It is sheer coincidence, but this week I seem to be talking about character inspiration all over the place. I was talking about the character inspiration for Neven in the Kiss Across Worlds book on my newsletter. I'm also currently plotting book 9.0 of the Scandalous Scions series (which currently has no name), and thick in
Liane Metzler It's Fathers' Day in North America (Australia and the UK have theirs in September, and other countries are dotted all over the calendar), which is when I get to pause and acknowledge. For dads everywhere, have a great day. Cheers, . Get the news that no one else does.
I'm sure this has happened to you. You're having a conversation with friends and everyone is chatting happily, the topics keep moving around, then you happen to say something that you think is completely innocuous. Suddenly, conversation stops and you can hear crickets chirping. Everyone is looking at you and you can feel yourself mentally
The movies generate timeless quotes, some of them by the baddest of bad boys. Here’s twenty-one of them. Bond: In your defense, a moving target is much harder to hit. Eve: Then you better keep moving. Skyfall Tony Stark: The Avengers. It's what we call ourselves, sort of like a team. 'Earth's Mightiest Heroes'
While short hair for men is the fashion right now in the early half of the twenty-first century, I can’t help but bewail the diminishing numbers of heroes with long hair. When did it stop being sexy? In Romanceland, heroes throughout history and into the realms of the paranormal have enjoyed long locks for decades.
I noticed this trend when I was writing the RS series a few weeks ago. I was trying to sort out in my own mind all the different sub-categories of RS and found it easier to try and classify them via the occupation of the hero: spy, cop, military, security, black ops…notice the trend? Nearly
I do love a bad boy, and Roman Xerus is currently stirring up all sorts of mischief in Blood Stone. I'm nearly 150 pages in, and the story is just settling into the guts and heart of it...I think it's going to be another long one. I would possibly be a mite further along if
I've signed a new deal that will allow my books to be carried in retail bookstores (yeah!) and with on-line retailers like Barnes & Noble.com, not just Amazon. This means that if you have a favourite little independant brick & mortar bookstore or even a big store down at your