I was inspired by the LGBTQIA+ Pride month to release a book of short stories that had some of the colors of the rainbow on its cover and a sweet lesbian/gay romance in one of the stories.
The stories are inspired by random words and phrases floating around in the stratosphere. There’s something for everyone – Red has a bit of dark suspense; Blue is a story with an element of romantic intrigue; while Pink is a soft, sweet suspenseful romance.
When I’m book hunting and I find an intriguing title, I’ll definitely look at the cover.
Irresistible? All right, so then I’ll read the blurb.
The few words written on the back of the book will either convince me to buy/borrow it, or will compel me to return it to the shelf.
That’s how important a blurb is.
It has the onerous responsibility – now that the title and the cover have played their roles – to get the reader to clutch the book to her chest, totter off to the nearest couch, and start reading.
Here’s a look at Iris Blobel’s fab new romance which showcases a single mother trying to make it work for herself and her daughter, and a dashing park ranger who complicates things immeasurably!
Ever been tempted? Ever been unable to resist something – or someone – even when you know it absolutely won’t end well for you?
Well, this poem is about that…
Happy Birthday to Rock House Grill. D.V. Stone, award winning author, is visiting me on this momentous day to tell us more about herself and about the book…
I’m so excited to be a part of @NNP_W_Light’s 99c Sale Bookish Event. Check out all the must-read books and enter the giveaway…
Dear Readers, Vicki Batman is a sassy writer of funny fiction and she’s visiting my blog to talk about her book (intriguingly titled “Temporarily Out of Luck”) Come meet her…
A hundred heartbreaks are nothing if they lead you to the ONE who is a kindred soul…a little love poem…
Wrote a love poem after ages…Do let me know what you think about second chances … at finding that special someone
Adite Banerjie, best-selling romance author and script writer, seems to have written her newest short story in minutes – one moment she was talking about writing something new, and the next it was published. Here’s what she has to say about that: