Friday, 24 February 2012

Alpha Heros

Alpha Heroes- you gotta love them right. They're my choice of hero. You might not want to marry one, but they sure do make a great fantasy.

I mean, if I'm reading about a Viking or a knight, or a cowboy, he'd better be real.  I guess I like the excitement of the chase.  It's got to be fun, and romantic, and bigger than life for me to suspend my disbelief and escape into a book.

Funny, my Hubby never notices their outrageous behavior.  He'll, say, 'well that was a little harsh.  He did this because of this.  I think she should cut him a little slack.' Ha!

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

The Thief and the Rogue is published

The Thief and the Rogue is out there.  It's now published on kindle.  I've set it free.

I love the regency era.  I'm a huge Jane Austen fan. It's a very romantic era, as is the Medieval era and of course I love a good western.

Really- I love romance.

We're working on the cover for the next Medieval right now.  It's not quite there yet.  But, each cover we do I'm happier and happier with.  It's exciting being a part of the entire process.

Speaking of process, back to writing the next Evelina.

Wednesday, 15 February 2012

The Thief and the Rogue

I'm just about to launch The Thief and the Rogue on kindle.  It's a regency romance and a Golden Heart Finalist.  

I'm really liking the cover, keeping with the weapon theme, since it's a story full of mystery and adventure.

I'm hoping to offer it free for a few days, so I'll keep you posted on that.  

Saturday, 4 February 2012

Evelina and the Time Pirates Reviews

Hi guys, I'm so thrilled that Evelina and the Time Pirates has some great reviews.  When I saw a review posted I was so excited, and then so terrified. My heart stopped and then started beating like mad. Did I mention terrified.  But I forced myself to read it.   

I read the first one and then read it again.  Then, I started yelling and dancing around, 'Come and see this!   Come and see this!'  I know, silly, right? But, there are so many ups and downs in a writer's life.  You gots to do whats you gots to do.

My husband sauntered into the office and said, 'Oh yah, That's good.  I really like your historicals though.'

Which is great, but Evelina and Frankie's story keeps flowing out of my little pea brain.  I can't seem to stop it.  So, I've got to get it out.  Book two is coming faster than book one. (I'm sure they'll be at least three) 

Well enough dancing, back to writing, which for me, is the biggest thrill of all.