May 9, 2014

My Book Boyfriend Blog Hop~Last Day for Sign Ups

Hello all! Today is the last day to sign up for the My Book Boyfriend Blog Hop! The hop will run from May 12th-18th with many great authors and tons of great prizes–including one overall grand prize of a signed His Haven paperback, a signed Cloaked in Fur paperback by fellow paranormal romance author, T.F. Walsh, AND a $20 Amazon gift card! Every author participating will also host their own personal giveaway, so if you can’t sign up, make sure to stop by during the hop for your chances to win! To author/bloggers who have already signed up or are planning to […]
April 30, 2014

Guest Post~ It’s Complicated by Joyce Holmes

IT’S COMPLICATED by Joyce Holmes Having grown up with no one but herself to count on, Maggie Lapage carefully guards her feelings. Professionally, she goes above and beyond to give others the support she wishes she’d had as a child. When she develops a forbidden attraction to a client, she does what she thinks is necessary, to save his family and to protect her own heart. Tom O’Shay finds his life caught in a nightmare when he risks losing custody of his daughter. It goes against his character to seek help, but he doesn’t have a choice. That doesn’t mean he has to […]
April 27, 2014

Cover Reveal~Code Name: Nina’s Choice by Natasza Waters

Code Name: Nina’s Choice by Natasza Waters Navy SEAL sniper Mace Callahan has a sharp eye focused on Nina. When another warrior takes aim at her, Mace wages war for her heart.   BLURB: Nina Samson, an analyst working at Coronado Base Command, lands in Navy sniper Mace Callahan’s lap like an I.E.D. Two weeks of fiery passion with the lithe redhead, and the self-proclaimed bachelor raises the white flag. Arriving in San Diego, Nina, a single mother with an eight-year-old daughter, spots danger ahead. Mace’s Hollywood goods looks and wicked smile makes her heart run a zip-line of crazy. Lust for […]
April 25, 2014

Comma Help: 8 Simple Rules for Writers

Commas are tricky things. Through my years of teaching English to middle and high school students and writing romance, I’ve found that there are eight comma rules that writers may come across while writing. Keep in mind that these are the basics. Of course commas can get much more complicated than this. There are always exceptions to the rules, but hopefully this will help those who are struggling! Whatever make us better writers, right? 8 Simple Comma Rules for Writers 1. Before a coordinating conjunction (for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so) with two independent clauses Examples: Right: He left home, and he went to work. Before […]