The second half of 2017 wasn’t the easiest for me. Around the middle of the summer I started to realize that Silver Bells: Book 2 might not be ready for a Christmas release like I’d planned. A Holiday Wish was so easy to write, I finished it by Easter and had it ready to go … Continue reading 2018, I’m Ready for You.
I purchased this book because Random House posted it on Instagram, saying that fans of "Me Before You" would love it. I read "Me Before You" years ago but I was fresh from the movie theater and dying (no pun intended) for something that would invoke the same feelings. And possibly make me cry so … Continue reading Review of “We Are All Made of Stars” by Rowan Coleman
This week, my good buddy and longtime critique partner C.P. Lesley was interviewed on Bloom-Site.com, where she discussed the origins of Five Directions Press and our plans for the future. You can read the post here!
Five Directions Press has come a long way since our early days. No longer are we a tiny group of three sitting around a dining room table wondering if we're going to get our books finished in time to have a release - any release - this year. Instead, 2016 saw us double in size … Continue reading A Five Directions Press Update
Every once in a while, I go through my e-book library and stumble upon books I bought a long time ago and never got around to reading, for whatever reason. Maybe I meant to start reading, got distracted and forgot. Maybe it was temporarily on sale and I bought it to get the low price … Continue reading What’s In My TBR Pile?
I cut my teeth on historical novels and didn’t start reading paranormal Romance until Jude Deveraux’s A Knight in Shining Armor. Then I discovered Sherrilyn Kenyon, and I was definitely riding the paranormal bandwagon. I’ve enjoyed my share of vampire and shape-shifter novels, but when it comes to my own writing, it’s all about history—with … Continue reading Guest Post from Bambi Lynn
When I was a kid, I was a night owl. There was nothing I loved more than staying up until the wee hours, reading one of the hundreds of books piled up around my room or - better yet - writing one of my own. I didn't have a computer until I as much older … Continue reading Winter is coming…