Holiday in Crimson

- by Patricia Rosemoor

As a child, I lived in the far reaches of the city, then in the suburbs of Chicago. I didn’t know much about the downtown area, nearly twenty miles away by electric train, except that I always looked forward to my infrequent trips there. My mom treated me every holiday, taking me downtown to see […]

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Judge a Book By Its Cover?

- by Susan Lyons

When it comes to people, you can miss a lot if you judge by that first superficial impression. The same is true with books, and yet we all do it, don’t we? That’s the purpose of a book cover. It’s release day for Body Heat from Kensington Brava (written under my pen name Susan Fox). […]

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Books of the Heart

- by Anna Jacobs

Every now and then, you write a book that you love just a tad more than your other books. We call them ‘books of the heart’. I’ve just had one published, ‘The Trader’s Dream’. Why do I love it so much? Because I waited ten years to write a story with this background. When I […]

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Writing about Riding

- by Patricia Rosemoor

I love writing horse books. Whether they’re rounding up cows, being raced or being bred, I’m in. My new novel, BORN TO BE WILD from Entangled Publishing’s Dead Sexy line, is something of a horse book. Back in the day, I rode at least once a week for nine years. Some of you may ride […]

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