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Some early Goodreads reviews for Under Fyre: “What could be better than an alien romance from this author? Why, an alien DRAGON romance, of course! The teaser prequel was interesting, but it didn’t half-way prepare me for the wonder I … Continue reading
I only read fourbooks in April. I need to kick it in gear or I won’t meet my Goodreads Reading Challenge to read 100 books this year. In my defense, the books I did read were all full length novels–not … Continue reading
Looking for your next good book? Take a look at what I read in February. I recommend all of these. You’ll find a mix of science fiction romance, paranormal romance (dragons and shifters), and some nonfiction titles. Anna Hackett is … Continue reading
If you’ve looked at book covers lately, you may have noticed that often the men’s faces aren’t visible. They’re shown looking down, turning their backs, having only a partial face showing or having lost their heads completely. Why is that? … Continue reading
Want to curl up with a good book? Here’s what I read and thoroughly enjoyed in January: What do you do when you’ve dedicated your military career and your life to fighting the enemy, and now a truce and alliance … Continue reading
I read 65 books this year, mainly science fiction romance because that’s the genre I write, but my reading list did include an eclectic assortment of other books. I’m embarrassed to admit, but I read my first JR Ward and … Continue reading
Why should authors get all the glory? If it wasn’t for readers, most authors wouldn’t be writing. Today kicks off a new feature called Reader’s Parlor in which I interview readers. My first guest is “super reader” Kathy Heare Watts, … Continue reading
After writing three series, I’ve noticed an interesting phenomenon with respect to reviews: later books in a series get better reviews than the first book. Here are the average star rankings on Amazon for my three series: Breeder series Breeder … Continue reading