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Liz Fielding Goes Wild!

BY admin, MAY 25, 2010 | PERMALINK

Author Liz Fielding chats about how spending the 1970s in Bostwana inspired her latest novel, A Wedding At Leopard Tree Lodge.


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Sherry Thomas Reflects On Secret Identities

BY admin, MAY 24, 2010 | PERMALINK

Author Sherry Thomas reflects on the thought "I never knew that about you" in honor of her May release, His At Night.

 

This past Saturday I scrolled through the available titles at the Red Box nearest my house and was thrilled to discover that they had in stock The September Issue, a behind-the-scenes documentary on the production of the September 2008 issue of Vogue magazine (the September issue being the most important issue in any given year).

I don’t read Vogue — my fashion tastes aren’t that haute. But I have certainly heard of Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of Vogue, often described as the most powerful woman in the $300 billion fashion industry. Moreover, I can easily identify her — with her trademark bob and her shades — in a line-up.

Ms. Wintour is well aware of her power and unhesitant about using it. I find her slightly scary and downright fascinating — so of course I relished The September Issue, filled with scene after scene of La Wintour being La Wintour.


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TRACY ANNE WARREN TO CONTINUE BYRONS OF BRAEBOURN SERIES

BY admin, MAY 20, 2010 | PERMALINK

Author Tracy Anne Warren has signed a new deal with Avon to continue her popular series, The Byrons of Braebourn, for four more books!


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ANN AGUIRRE AND CARRIE LOFTY TEAM UP TO CREATE NIGHTFALL

BY admin, MAY 18, 2010 | PERMALINK

Authors Ann Aguirre and Carrie Lofty team up as Ellen Connor to create the Dark Age Dawning series.


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BARBARA FREETHY ON CREATING A COMMUNITY BASED SERIES

BY admin, MAY 13, 2010 | PERMALINK

Contemporary romance author Barbara Freethy delves deep into her own expereinces and history to explain how she creates a community based series. 


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THE EVER-EVOLVING ELIZABETH BASS

BY admin, MAY 11, 2010 | PERMALINK

Elizabeth Bass has taken a writing journey through genre fiction, but never expected to pen a story based on her own life.


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ALEXANDRA BENEDICT PICKS THE TOP TEN TRAVEL DESTINATIONS THROUGHOUT HISTORY - WITH GIVEAWAY

BY admin, MAY 11, 2010 | PERMALINK

In honor of her new release, The Notorious Scoundrel, historical author Alexandra Benedict gives us the inside scoop on her top ten historical travel destinations. See where (and with whom) she would love to spend her time. Make sure to check out the GIVEAWAY after her all-time top ten!


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MONICA BURNS AND EMMA WILDES ON THE SEX FACTOR IN THEIR ROMANCE NOVELS

BY admin, MAY 07, 2010 | PERMALINK

Authors Monica Burns and Emma Wildes are both known for their steamy romances. So, we asked them about their favorite ways to turn up the heat in their novels and which type of smoldering hero they prefer! 


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DONNA HILL REVEALS HER GUILTY PLEASURES: SOAP OPERAS AND WRITING SERIES

BY admin, MAY 06, 2010 | PERMALINK

Author Donna Hill shares her guilty pleasure/inspiration for writing series (soap operas) and discusses the controversy that came from writing another story for a hero she just wasn't ready to be done with.


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MEREDITH DURAN ON THE NICE GIRL HEROINE

BY admin, MAY 05, 2010 | PERMALINK

Historical Author Meredith Duran tells readers "Don’t Call Me Mary Sue: The Nice Girl Makes a Comeback" as she discusses her "nicest" heroine yet - and the word's hidden history.

Tip for time-travelers: if you ever skip back more than two hundred years, don’t tell anyone how nice they are—unless you’re prepared for a fight.

That’s right: “nice” used to be an insult. According to the trusty Oxford English Dictionary, until the early 17th century, “nice” meant, among other things,


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