I list five times when I think an “open door” policy in the bedroom makes a romance novel better, and I give you my reasons why. Don’t worry, I didn’t add detailed examples. 😉
Febe has left behind the safety of the temple rather than remain captive to the will of any god but now finds herself in the company of a potential ally, if she can only convince him to help her. But will he convince her to embrace her fate instead?
I’ll be attending a book-signing on April 8th at the Sierra Vista Public Library, and talking on a panel for Cochise College’s first ComiCon. Hope to see ya there!
I list six things I don’t particularly like to see in romances, and give my reasons why. I’d love to hear your opinion!
Was that figure in the snow just Febe’s imagination? When she spots tracks in the snow beyond the wards of the temple, Febe finds a renewed sense of determination to follow them to her freedom. But will everything go according to plan-and whose plan?
I list seven things that I absolutely require for a good romance. Check them out and let me know if you agree with them, or have your own “must-haves!”
I’ve made the decision to rewrite The Princess’s Dragon! My plan is to release the second edition at the end of this year. Be sure to follow my blog for updates.
Febe has found a safe place to hide from the god of the dead, but Vivacel has made it clear that she has plans for Febe, plans Febe may not want to be a part of. Febe’s making her own plans for her future, but it’s difficult to control your own destiny when dealing with gods.
How much impact does the design of my book covers have on how readers perceive them? I’m about to find out, as I just changed the cover for Lilith’s Fall to one that was professionally created. I’m interested to see what happens next.
The ritual for Queen Isa is only the beginning of Morbidon’s challenges, and certainly the least of them. He’s ready to collect his bride, and surprises himself by looking forward to the new experience, but he will soon discover that Febe has no intention of keeping her mother’s bargain.