Author L.J. McDonald gives a behind the scenes look at the world building she's becoming known for.
Author Tessa Dare is no stranger to the research necessary for historical romance. In addition to her "Pros on Prose" article on the topic in June's RT, Dare shares her top six historical research websites!
In this month’s issue, I contributed a “Pros on Prose” article about the joys and struggles of research when writing historical romance. There are many wonderful resources available online, including historical archives and entire libraries of scanned texts.
If you’re interested in researching early 19th century England, here are a few of my favorite starting places:
Author Joey W. Hill tackles the challenge of a menage story with Vampire Mistress. She calls the story's heroes, Gideon and Daegan Rei, "unforgettable" and worked hard to make readers believe "that 1) the heroine needed them both, and 2) the two men needed each other, a true three-way relationship."
Welcome to Dear Jane, a weekly column based upon reader mailbag questions on anything relating to e-books. No question is too simple or too mundane.
Author Tamara Leigh may have set Nowhere, Carolina, her latest Southern Discomfort novel, in the heat of the South, but her heroine Maggie is the one who has big trouble on her hands. When her teenage daughter demands to know who her father is, Maggie must sneak around stealing DNA from each of the three potential fathers!