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 […]
April 23, 2014

Guest Post~ A Most Unlikely Countess by V.L. Locey

Hi there! I`m so happy to be here. I`d like to thank Harper for inviting me! My name is V.L Locey and I`m a mulitgenre erotic romance author. One of the things that I enjoy the most about being an author, aside from spending most of my days in my own fictional world, is doing research to make my books not only factual but colorful. Sometimes the research is in the form of geographical information. For instance, Veikko Aho, the leading man of A Most Unlikely Countess is a Finn/Swede who was born in Lahti, Finland. His family then moved to […]
April 18, 2014

Guest Post~ The Mason’s Mark: Love and Death in the Tower by M.S. Spencer

THE MASON’S MARK: LOVE AND DEATH IN THE TOWER by M. S. Spencer In both the best and worst first day at work ever, docent Claire Wilding meets the man of her dreams, but her carefully rehearsed guided tour of the George Washington National Masonic Memorial falls apart when she discovers a dead body. Together with Detective Ernest Angle, she’s drawn into a dark world of black ops and Italian renegade masons. Also cloaked in mystery is her new love Gideon Bliss. A George Washington expert, he haunts the Memorial, his manner evasive. What is his secret? Claire fears she’ll fall in […]