Dear Kristen Callihan, I’ve been a fan of the Game On series from the beginning. The books never disappoint me. I know I’m going to get snappy banter, sexy heroes and amazing heroines, with lots of funny lines and awww moments. And, as expected, the latest release in the series, ... more >
Welcome to the Promotional Thread for Authors. What’s this you say? I read quite a few blogs outside the romance blogosphere and many of the big ones have a daily open thread where the commenters drive the bus. The rules for Author Promo Night Open Thread are as follows: The ... more >
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A stylish, illustrated gift book from an award-winning artist that profiles notable cat-loving men throughout history in words and pictures. Of Cats and Men presents a fresh approach to cat entertainment that’s smart, sweet, and driven by beautiful art (instead of tacky photography, as many cat books are). Appealing to ... more >
Originally published under Little Fiddle- On-The-Green Still Smiling, E. M Delafield’s The Spirit of the Age captures in a collection of vignettes the impact of WW2 on the Home Front. The people of Little Fiddle-on-the-Green lived a very peaceful life. They went to cricket matches. They discussed the works of ... more >
Dear Ms. Huguley, Like your earlier historical romances, A Champion’s Heart, the first book in your new Born to Win Men series, features African-American characters and takes place during the Great Migration; in this case in 1935. As the story opens, Champion Jack Bates, a boxer who owes his name ... more >