November 2012 archive

Interview: Christine Warner

Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance. This week, I am pleased to introduce to you contemporary romance author Christine Warner. Christine is a chocolate and coffee lover — a woman after my own heart. Her interview is fun and high energy. I hope you enjoyed her answering your questions as much as I enjoyed having her as a guest on my blog.

Muse Monday: Writing in Layers

Link up YOUR post about writing, or the muse, or frustrations with the muse, or excitement about the muse — ANYTHING to do with writing and the craft of writing.

Super Black Friday to Cyber Monday Sale!

Beginning at 12:01 a.m. EST Friday morning, and ending at 11:59 p.m. EST Monday night, all of my books will be on sale!

In e-book form they will be only $0.99!

In autographed paperback, they will be only $6.99 plus shipping!

Greater than Rubies — A Teaser

I am currently working on the novella that will follow Sapphire Ice, all about the months following Robin and Tony’s engagement and leading to their wedding.

I hope to publish it very early December. It will be free in e-book form. Here is a teaser: a snippet of the meeting between Tony Viscolli and Derrick DiNunzio:

Interview: Lynette Sofras

Welcome to Readers Write to Know! I asked you, my readers, what questions they would ask their favorite authors if given the chance. This week, I am excited to introduce to you former teacher turned romantic suspense author Lynette Sofras. I really enjoyed this interview. I love that she gets past writers block by doing housework — that is exactly my strategy! And, I find it incredibly romantic that she came up with her current release while in Greece taking a ferry boat from Patras to Ancon. Please enjoy as Lynette answers the questions you readers asked.

What Veteran’s Day Means to Me

I love this country. It is truly the greatest country on earth, with so much promise and potential. I get annoyed a lot of times at gluttony, greed, laziness, entitlement, etc., and I sometimes forget and let those feelings overshadow the fact that there is so much good here, so much hard work that built this land — that we live in a land that people actually die trying to get to.

I am so proud of the military legacy of my family. I pray that my sons continue it, and continue to fight for and stand for America. Here is my annual “What Veteran’ Day Means to Me” posting of the honor of my family’s service to our country:

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