If I were to describe this plot, I would say that it is a plot of estranged spouses. Ned has gone from boy to man, as is most often the result of journeys. And Lady Kathleen has suffered the rumor of her husband's swift removal for the past three years. But this book is so much more than the reconciliation of estranged spouses. It is more than the two protagonist's getting to know each other as they fall in love, despite the forced marriage. No, this is a book about what makes a hero.
Author LA Banks introduces President Obama at a Healthcare Summit in Philadelphia. Banks writes the popular The Vampire Huntress series published by St. Martin’s Press and a new angel based series for Pocket. H/t to Rose Fox. Ms Banks blogged about her experience and it’s pretty moving: But my speech ... more >
Dear Ms. Milan, I had been hearing positive buzz from several quarters for this, your debut romance, so I approached it with perhaps higher-than-usual hopes. Maybe because of those high hopes, the read started out a little rocky for me. The heroine and hero encounter each other in the first ... more >
Jason Pinter wonders whether being online and so accessible removes the mystique of an author and thereby reduces one’s ability to sell books. **** More authors are getting into the casual gaming platform. Orchid Games released Heartwild Solitaire Classic and recruited a few authors to write short stories that players ... more >
I started a Why I Read/Why I Write series earlier in the year but couldn’t sustain enough submissions to keep posting them. Courtney Milan sent this to me earlier in the year and I promised to post it near her release date. **** Insert the depressing numbers of your choice ... more >
Over at the Smart Bitches, SB Sarah blogged about the workshop that Courtney Milan is doing about wills. The workshop will take place on July 30 as part of the Beau Monde conference. This conference is in San Francisco so it fits neatly into the RWA conference schedule. Among other ... more >