Petite, passionate, inspirational and wise beyond her years, my guest today is the youngest member of the Romance Writers of Australia, Whitney K-E. Whitney is celebrating the release of her debut novel What Happens in Ireland. Who could resist a hero with a beautiful Irish lilt, naked torsos and dysfunctional umbrellas? I’m hooked! Here’s Whitney to tell you more:
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I love romance with a lot of heart, lively characters and a sense of humour. Fiona McGier creates wonderfully rounded characters with all those traits and more. I was so engrossed in this story, I almost forgot I was meant to be editing it. Can a bad boy turn good? Can a woman who has her feet firmly on the ground love a man with his head in the clouds? Better yet, can a grandmother's intuition and ...Read More »
Award winning author, Jacqui Jacoby lives and writes in the beauty of the Valley of the Sun. Currently adjusting to her new digs, Jacqui is a self proclaimed, self-defense hobbyist. Having studied martial arts for numerous years, she retired in 2006 from the sport. She is a working Mom, whose career includes writing books, teaching online and live workshops and penning short non-fiction. She can be ...Read More »
According to her bio, Natalie Charles is living her dream as a writer for Harlequin Romantic Suspense after winning Mills & Boon’s 2011 New Voices Competition. By day, she is a practicing attorney whose writing is more effective for treating insomnia than most sleeping pills. This may explain why her after hours writing involves the incomparable combination of romance and suspense—the ...Read More »
My guest today is the lovely Elise Ackers, who could very well pass as a heroine straight from the pages of a romance novel. Her sunny smile matches an equally sunny personality, which is undoubtedly the perfect recipe for success. One of the original Destineers at the launch of Destiny Romance's Digital First line in August 2012, Elise is now also an Escape Artist with Escape Publishing. You'd think ...Read More »
Meet Tara Chevrestt - a former aviation mechanic, writer and editor. When I saw Tara's post on the Escape Authors Forum recently, I knew she was someone I had to have in the Armchair. If I didn't, Scott and TJ from Under the Hood would never forgive me! Tara is passionate about planes, motorcycles, dogs, and reading. Between her writing and her editing, she believes she has the greatest job in the ...Read More »
My guest today is Zombie Fiction writer, Adrian Mallabo. Mr Mallabo surprised me with THE FIRST TWO. It starts out at a whopping pace with a family being chased down by a zombie horde. There I was thinking, Here we go, another blood and guts story about ridding the world of the Undead. Well, that was where the similarities ended - right after the prologue. This is a story that will take you way beyond ...Read More »
Love it or hate it, it's here to stay. By the way, E L James and Fifty Shades didn't start the rush to write these 'naughty' books but she sure helped to put them in the spotlight, and started a landslide rush to bookstores and virtual stores world-wide. But there is still a dark veil that floats above this controversial genre, not to mention some confusion between erotic romance and erotica.
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I am honoured and yes, a little star-struck, to have the lovely Catriona Rowntree in the Armchair today. Catriona has recently released her memoirs in a book entitled A GRANDMOTHER’S WISDOM, filled with inspirational pieces of her Nan's homespun advice.
'When Catriona left home to start her incredible journey into the world of television and life in general, it was her Nan’s words of ...Read More »
A Soldier of Fortune, a smokin’ hot, cold-blooded swimmer, and a ten thousand year old prophecy - Ros Baxter's hook says it all. FISH OUT OF WATER is a story not to be missed. Now if you're a little like me and find the lure of sea creatures too hard to resist, then you'll understand the magic of a mermaid. But what if that mermaid has been land-bound for thirteen years and is Dirtwater's straight-talking ...Read More »