I saw Julie James make a reference to interviewing different individuals for her books. It struck me as something I hadn’t heard of before even though I am sure that other authors have undertaken this task. You often see thanks to various individuals in the acknowledgments but I’ve never seen ... more >
Since last I wrote, I read and reviewed Patricia Gaffney’s Crooked Hearts. Here’s what else I’ve been reading: The Great Famine: Ireland’s Agony 1845-1852 by Ciarán Ó Murchadha: Because apparently one book about innocent people starving to death just wasn’t enough for me. Actually, it wasn’t until I started this ... more >
Dear Ms. James, I finally discovered you with the last book you wrote and got all excited when I noticed that Jane had already gotten your newest one, “A Lot Like Love” for us. Jane’s good about that. I can say that from the way I also enjoyed this one, ... more >
In no particular order: A Murderous Procession – Ariana Franklin Something About You – Julie James Quarterback Daddy – Linda Barrett A Rather Charming Invitation – CA Belmond Scarlett Fever – Maureen Johnson The Night of Long Knives – Rebecca Cantrell Suddenly a Bride – Kasey Michaels Marrying the Royal ... more >
Dear Ms. James, Something About You begins with a hilarious scene in which Assistant U.S. Attorney Cameron Lynde, wanting nothing more than a little sleep, overhears some raunchy sex from the hotel room next door to her own. “Such a big, bad man! Right there, oh yeah-‘right there, don't stop!” ... more >
Check out the “Save the Contemporary” website for a list of winners in the Save the Contemporary campaign. Thanks so much for participating and for those that didn’t win, check out the book. It’s fun and entertaining.