Vampire Powers – Mental Domination. Let’s talk about it again.

This post first appeared on the blog in March 2012.  It was, alas, one of the final posts in a series I wrote about vampire powers. [The very last post in the series, if you're curious, was "Vampire Powers – Holy Objects, Garlic", in June of that year.] The earlier posts in the series were

Really Cool Historical Vacation Spots: Constantinople — Redux

I first published this post on March 19, 2011.  It was a little post about some of the cool historical research I was doing at the time, for a book I was planning to write that would later become Kiss Across Chains.   This little nugget post ended up being one of the most popular posts on

…and Science Fiction Romance is Back On the Table (Among Other Genres).

In the last few weeks I have been holding a discussion with my readers via the newsletter, about what they want to read. The discussion was sparked by Street Team members telling me I was wrong to stop writing Science Fiction Romance. That gave me pause, because my Street Team are a microcosm of my

You Can’t Judge By the Book’s Cover Anymore — here’s why.

Blood Knot was the very first book I indie published, on March 11, 2011, which is very nearly exactly seven years ago. Seven years isn't a lot of time in the grand scheme of things, but the indie publishing world has evolved and re-invented itself a dozen times since then. The cover I had for

I Got This Email About The Kiss Across Time Series

Actually, it wasn't just one email.  I've been getting a lot. They go, more or less: I love, love, love the Kiss Across Time series.  I just got to the end of Kiss Across Worlds, and read about there being no more for the foreseeable future.  Say it isn't so! I want more.  Pleeeeeeeeaaaaase...? I know how

Pulse Pause Moments – Outlander Redux

I think everyone considers, at least once in their life, and usually when they're young, the idea of pursuing fame and fortune as a movie star.  I know I did. Lately, though, I have begun to think screen actors have the worst job in the world.  Just to begin, most of them have to shuck

Beautiful In Its Own Rugged Way

I grew up in wheatbelt territory in Western Australia.  It was flat countryside that, to me, was very boring.  Gum trees and spinifex, and tea trees everywhere.  The type of trees that grow in Western Australia are unique.  Show me a photo of a piece of countryside and I know it's Australia, because of the

Uh-Oh…Now I’ve Done It.

I couldn't help myself.  I did it again. What, do you ask? I set a book in Canada.  In the Rockies.  Again. Can't help myself.  I have to break out every now and again and put in a bloody great rock or two as a backdrop. :) For those of you familiar with the Destiny's

Changing Legendary Monsters into Heroes

Today I have as my guest, Kate Hill.  Kate writes paranormal romances and publishes the spicier tales under the Saloni Quinby pen name.  She has just release a new story -- details below. Please welcome Kate. Changing Legendary Monsters into Heroes by Kate Hill If you look back even fifty years, it's difficult to find

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