posts by Jane Litte:
We are continuing our somewhat new feature of posting a chapter excerpt and sponsoring a giveaway. This giveaway is for Jill Sorenson’s Aftershock. PW gave the book a starred review. This “disaster romance” opens with an 8.5 earthquake in downtown San Diego. Jill says that there are some interesting race ... more >
Dear Ms. Stacey I’m not one who really loves big family stories but you make the Kowalski clan so appealing that even I, the curmudgeon, look forward to spending a few hours with them. This story features Ryan Kowalksi, an owner of a custom home building business in Massachusetts. He ... more >
My Book, ‘Stranger To History’, Was Used To Defend My Father’s Killer – Aatish Taseer wrote a memoir and in it he described certain family events where his father ate pork, drank alcohol, and had fathered a half Indian child. When his father was assassinated, Taseer’s book was used to ... more >
Avon sponsored a $300 Giftcard to Zappos in celebration of cowboys and Lori Wilde’s upcoming Christmas book. a Rafflecopter giveaway Penguin sponsored a three book bundle of Eden Bradley’s erotic romances. a Rafflecopter giveaway Congratulations to the winners. Come back tomorrow for another Excerpt + Giveaway.
I’m posting this early today so readers can take advantage of the Amazon Gold Box deal that is available for the next hour or so. It’s a first generation Kindle Fire at $129. Turning Up the Heat by Laura FLorand. $ .99 From the Jacket Copy: Top chef Daniel Laurier ... more >
Dear Ms. Marinelli: Captivity narratives are a staple of the romance genre, but rarely is it ever done correctly. And yes, I do believe that there is a correct way in which a captivity narrative is carried out in a book. The idea is that one person, usually the woman, ... more >