Kate Powell only went and fell for the soldier she’d met just once before he had to jet off on a year-long posting overseas.
Seven months in, and Kate is hornier than a blue wildebeest in mating season with only her battery-powered friend for relief. Her skills as a pen-pal scale new heights, but then a text message arrives out of the blue.
Corporal Mark Butler is back in the country for one…
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For Olivia Bentley, Lucky Harbor is more than the town where she runs her new vintage shop. It’s the place where folks…
Campus Cravings Welcome to Cathia University, where school is in session! Nine of today’s hottest gay romance authors have crafted brand-new interrelated novellas celebrating everything wonderful about college, including sophisticated professors, sexy teaching assistants, ambitious grad students, and spirited undergraduates, all looking for the same thing: an A+ in true love.
Note: Ellora’s Cave is an erotica and romance publisher, NOT a YA publisher. However, I (your admin) have been interested in this from a business point-of-view. It’s fascinating from a business standpoint for potential authors, editors and publishers, as well as a good lesson and observation…
Yesterday morning, I was sent a direct message tweet that said the following: “Did you see Ellora’s Cave is suing Jane (Dear Author)?”
As soon as I read that message, I first said, WTF?! and then went on Twitter and clicked on the link to The Digital Reader and the post titled: Ellora’s Cave Sues Dear Author Book Blog for Defamation:
“Romance publisher Ellora’s Cave has been having financial…
There’s some shake up this week as a new #1 book takes over the top spot on the New York Times Combined Fiction list, as well as being the top seller overall in the US. Also traditional published authors versus self-published and indie authors are moving many copies of their books, such as Sycamore Row by John Grisham, Personal by Lee Childs and Gone Girlby Gillian Flynn (I think it will hit #1…
Synopsis: Kristine Branton co-owns a bakery with her mother and sister in the small town of Cooper Glenn. She’s working herself to a frazzle struggling to keep the family afloat, with little help from them.
When Joe Lancaster moves back to town, Kristine literally drops into his arms and into his life—via a rickety ladder and an overly exuberant pit bull mix puppy.
Joe soon acknowledges having…
First of all, thank you for hosting me on your blog. I’d like to discuss the importance of reading today.
One of the main sources of inspiration for me are books. It’s important to read, in general, but more so for writers. Some emphasize that you should read in the genre that you write. That is a necessity because writing is not only an art, but also a craft and a business. You should read to…
- Pinterest- Go wander around pinterest, maybe search writing prompts, or be more specific and search something you are writing about- like elves, or dark fantasy. Pictures always inspire me. I let it flow instead of squishing what comes to my mind, I never know where it will lead me. So once that tiny idea hits your brain, don’t disregard it- take out whatever you write with and write that idea…
Often I am asked when I find the time to write. I generally just say whenever I can. But not today. Today I am going to share with you a day in the life of Ishabelle Torry. Hope you enjoy it!
5:30 A.M.—Alarm goes off, I stumble to coffee pot.
5:45—Make a cup of coffee. One sweetener and one creamer.
6:00—Wake children for school.
6:00-6:50—Fuss, fight, run around like a chicken…