The Goddess Welcomes Sandy Lender

Uneasy Plans “You’re talking about covering seventy-five miles in less than two days of sunlight,” Kor said in amazement. “Ah, this crew can do it,” Bilal announced, just loudly enough that the folks straining to overhear them overheard that. It sounded jovial. Khiry shot him a withering glance. “You can fill their heads with nonsense,Continue reading “The Goddess Welcomes Sandy Lender”

The Goddess Welcomes Destiny Blaine

Jekyll Island is on Red Alert: These Tough and Sexy Operatives Will Leave the Island Forever Changed     On rare occasions, a writer will pen something they can’t seem to leave behind after they type out the ending. Breakfast by the Sea is one of those books. Jeff Jacobsen, the lead Alpha-male hero inContinue reading “The Goddess Welcomes Destiny Blaine”

The Goddess welcomes Rie McGaha!

IT’S A TOUGH JOB…                                                      Rie McGaha   Being a writer is probably the best job in the world and being the author of more than a dozen books is awesome! I’d be lying if I said otherwise. My bedroom is set up so I can sit on my bed with my laptop, and the TVContinue reading “The Goddess welcomes Rie McGaha!”

The Pen and Muse reviewed Divine Intervention!!

Divine Intervention The Divine Ones Series: Book 2 Kristy Denice Bock   Mainstream Romance: Fantasy, Mythology, Paranormal, Shapeshifter ISBN: 978-1-60435-769-1 Cover Artist: Missy Lyons Editor: Belle Line Editor: Bernadette Smith Word Count: 83,392 Release Date: August 26, 2010 Publisher: Red Rose What I liked: Who doesn’t like a little love, fantasy, mythology and a littleContinue reading “The Pen and Muse reviewed Divine Intervention!!”

Salvation by Jacqueline Paige

Where did the idea for Salvation come from? I’m not sure how other authors come up with their plots and ideas; I’ve never thought to broach that subject. Most of my own ideas come by way of the characters flashing through my mind in cryptic blurbs.  Sometimes I think there is a line up ofContinue reading “Salvation by Jacqueline Paige”