I’ve learned over the years that I work best with deadlines.
Knowing that about myself, I figure that if I announce the book, I’ll have to finish it!
I made this poster to motivate myself and to keep everyone informed. I hope you’ll be as excited as I am…
Here’s a look at Jana Richards’ Small Town, Contemporary Romance which is themed around a marriage of convenience, and is a friends to lovers, second-chance romance. This post introduces us to the lead, Jamie Garven, from the book “Unexpected”…
Introducing J. Arlene Culiner and her newest story. Blake’s is a historical romance and sounds utterly delightful. There’s an excerpt for you to sink your teeth into, and if that doesn’t induce you to buy the book, nothing will!
We need cheering up some days more than others, don’t we?
Even if some of us have a sunny disposition, no matter what the weather, a holiday romance can only make things better.
Here’s a romantic comedy based in Toronto that features a beleaguered young man, a strong, independent young woman, and a mother who has no qualms about making mischief!
Oh! And there’s a cat…
Here’s a look at Anita (A.N.) Verebes’ newest book which is an Australian contemporary romance of the Enemies-to-Lovers Trope.
Hey folks, when two people meet for the first time, it can be many things – fun, tedious, pleasant, awful, fascinating, boring – and it can be the start of a lifelong friendship or a century of feuding. It can also be love at first sight or hate at first glance, depending on how dramatic the set-up is [or how dramatic you are].
This post is a chance for you to learn of the chaos and commotion that attended the first meeting between Mohini and Aalok of my #Indie romance, ‘No Escape from Love.’
To cheer myself up – yes, we contracted COVID but are in the recovery phase thankfully – I decided that my first ever romance novel needed a face lift and I am more than delighted to introduce Mita and Tanay in their new avatars.
I am also sharing a scene from their love story which starts in Mauritius, but then they go to India where a lot of the dramatic action takes place.
To cheer up my Monday – and yours, too, hopefully – I’ve taken to sharing a short moment from one of my books.
Today, it is a scene from Mita and Tanay’s first meeting. Their story starts in Mauritius, but it takes them to India where a lot of the dramatic action takes place.
Exciting news for lovers of romance!
Njkinny’s blog is going to be featuring Indie Indian Romance Authors over the entire month of August.
Not only do you get to meet some fab Authors, but there is also a smashing giveaway happening. Eight of you get a chance to win 16 books…
It is raining cats and dogs where I live and our garden is a swimming pool. I have pictures to prove both things…