Sloane Tayor takes over my blog today with a chicken and mushroom dish that looks as good as it tastes.
So it’s Thanksgiving but you don’t like/want pie? What’s a chef to do? Dominique Eastwick has you covered with a tasty pumpkin soup that will perk up any traditional turkey dinner.
This week’s guest post is by Lizzie T. Leaf, whose humorous “Dead” series has a new addition. Take it away Lizzie!
Just in time for Halloween JoAnne Keltner provides a very scary preview of her new release: Goth Girl, Virgin Queen. Take it away, JoAnne! Welcome to the 2-week blog tour for Goth Girl, Virgin Queen by JoAnne Keltner. Follow the tour and connect with bloggers, read reviews of the […]
Sara Daniel takes over my blog with an enticing offer for the month of October.
One question I am asked quite frequently is why I use various names instead of just sticking with one. I think my reasoning reflects that of many authors so I thought I’d share.
. . Then always be a pirate.
To celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day, HL Carpenter takes over my blog to discuss their latest YA book–Pirate Summer.
. . and that’s kind of the same thing. Company coming for a cook out? You want to be a part of the party so what’s for dessert? This “whip it together” is perfect for nights when you just got home and company is due in the door shortly. Fast cooking is my very favorite way to prepare a meal. I always want to be in on the fun and not in the kitchen.
Hunters are a lonely breed, and Conor is no exception, until the day he meets Brenna. Even though she slinks in unannounced and kills the wight he was hunting down, the girl’s a mystery and he can’t get that blinding smile or those gorgeous curves off his mind. Since they’re both after the same caster who’s unleashing these monsters, he suggests teaming up, and despite her initial reluctance, the hungry way she scans him down promises something powerful.
However, her secrets have repercussions, and faster than Conor can lift his Glock, he’s drawn into the web of kidnappings and Unseelie mischief, all concealing the machinations of a darker foe—one that plans to bring Philly to ruin.
But no matter how equally the author approaches them . . .