Today we have Jackson D'Lynne visiting and answering questions about writing, reading, and her new release! Be sure to give her a hearty welcome to my site!
Hi Jackson! Can you tell us a little about your current release?
Haven Edwards is a sensual, intelligent, 21st century diva with an “exotic” career. Wanting nothing more than to move past her ugly divorce, she attends an adults only Carnal-val where a strangely glowing pocket watch calls to her, compelling her to steal it. Overcome with its power, she winds it. A portal opens beneath her feet, and hurtles her back through time to 1817 where she crashes into the life of the very proper, very sexy, Logan Dunham. A duke with a deep distrust of beautiful women, Logan can’t understand his staggering desire for the woman with the quick wit, and jade green eyes—the woman who haunted his dreams long before they met.
Haven is determined to find a way home, but she can’t shake her hunger for the dark, brooding duke. Logan’s a duke, he’s out of her league, right? So why does her heart beat a little faster whenever he is near? Why does her mind conjure images of happily ever after?
One touch, and they are consumed by their desire. But before they can untangle their feelings for one another, a sociopath with a god complex and a knife fetish sets his evil intents on Haven. In order to save her life, Logan must destroy the demons of his past, and learn to trust a power he doesn’t understand. Can he get to her in time? Will the time-swept diva be lost forever, or will the diva get her duke?
Today we have Naomi Clark visiting with her latest release! Please welcome her to my site and check out this hot, new read, and her answers to my questions!
Hi, Naomi! Tell us a little about your current release.
The seeds of the idea for this story came when my fiancé was working away from home a lot last autumn. Left to my own devices, I watched tons of documentaries like Monster Quest and Destination Truth – junky, but loads of fun! Since I’m already a huge fan of folklore and mythology, it felt natural to take the modern monster hunt theme of those shows and meld them with my own ideas about cryptozoology and how it might look in the real (well, fictional, I suppose) world.
I am so friggen excited to have Jeanne Bogino stopping by today, answering questions, and giving us a sneak peek into her new release, ROCK ANGEL.
Rock Angel had it all: sexiness, edginess, drama, and romance. Humor, hatred, bonding friendships, and the kind of knife in the heart betrayal. I was unable to put this book down, literally stayed up all night reading it. In the six years I’ve had my Nook, I haven’t read a paperback. I mean, who would when you can carry around your entire library on one small device. Well, earlier this year I attended BEA in NYC and had the pleasure of meeting Jeanne Bogino and obtaining an ARC of ROCK ANGEL. The cover is super chic and eye catching. I picked up the book, entirely intrigued by the cover, and for two days I couldn’t put it down. Despite having the paperback already, this book is on my MUST BUY list! Amazing writing, terrific characters, and a story you won’t forget.
I asked Jeanne to stop by and answer some questions, and the terrific woman she is, she agreed. So without further ado, please welcome Jeanne!
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Name: Trisha O'Malley
Rank: Second Lieutenant and AH-6M "Little Bird" Pilot
Mission : Take down Somali pirates, and deny her past
Name: William Bruce
Rank: Navy SEAL Lieutenant
Mission : Rescue hostages, and protect his past-against all comers
They both have something to hide
When hotshot SOAR helicopter pilot Trisha O'Malley rescues Navy SEAL Bill Bruce from his undercover mission in Somalia, it ignites his fury. Everything about Trisha triggers his mistrust: her elusive past, her wild energy, and her proclivity for flying past safety's edge. Even as the heat between them turns into passion's fire, Bill and Trisha must team up to confront their pasts and survive Somalia's pirate lords.
Today I have a treat for you all! Lilith Duvalier has decided to stop by and answer some questions for me, as well as share an excerpt of her new book! Please join me in welcoming Lilith!
Hi Lilith! Can you tell us a little about your new release?
I am very excited for “We Wander Far From Home”! It’s my first full length novel, and I’m very proud of the way it combines a nuanced love story with an old fashioned western adventure. I started this story in 2009 with the intention of submitting it to an anthology call, but the deadline flew by before I figured out how to finish it. I stuck it in a folder and forgot about it for a little over a year. Then I started taking it out every few months, writing another chapter here, doing some edits there and putting it away again. It didn’t really come together until January this year and I’m thrilled to see it published by Evernight!
A crack shot best gal, a former criminal lover, a sudden ejection from everything he's ever known, and the faintest taste of freedom. That's what drives Will Kearny out of the comfort of a normal life and out into the Nebraska wilderness. Soon, the sweet, quiet dairy farmer from Minnesota is robbing stage coaches, knocking over banks and running off into the mountains to celebrate in Henry Fitzpatrick's arms. But winter's coming on, the stage coach routes are drying up, and the law is onto them. Life on the edge is the only way Will and Henry can be together, but life on the edge is short. Can forbidden love survive in a harsh world?
Do you have a favorite hero and/or heroine in your books and why?
I think I’ll always love Jane/Anisette from the Promise of Silk. She’s strong and interesting and mysterious. Also, she was my first main character, in my first published story, and I think that’ll mean she always has a place in my heart.
What are you reading right now?
I’m reading Mysteries of Pittsburgh. It’s Michael Chabon’s first novel, he wrote it when he was 21, and it’s sort of the predecessor to every bad indie flick about boring Brooklyn bitches ever… but the ambience is really well written, and I loved Kavalier and Clay, so it’s interesting to see the growth of an author.