Blaze Of Winter by Elisabeth Barrett

- Monday, September 10, 2012

It’s like coming home…Why series are so great! by Elisabeth Barrett

I grew up in a small town in Connecticut. I don’t get back there as often as I’d like, but every time I do return, it’s as if time has stood still. No matter how long I’ve been away, the town never changes.

I ride through the center of town to check out which stores are the same and which are different. Although some shops close and are replaced by new ones, they all still have a similar feel. The bagger at the village market still gives me a wink at checkout, and the library still has that stone hippopotamus out front that all the kids love to climb on. Read More

The Nurse He Shouldn't Notice by Susan Carlisle

- Wednesday, September 05, 2012

I was recently in a discussion about desires and goals. The question was asked: Are desires and goals one in the same? I don’t think they are. I desired to be a published author. I dreamed of it, wished for it, worked for it. That desire was out there just at the tip of my fingers. In order to capture my desire, I had to actively move toward it. Create a plan. That’s where my goals came in. Goals are what I used to reach my desire. I set a word count for each day, or a page count. I planned to have the book done in X number of weeks so my critique partners could review it. My book contract states I have to have my manuscript in on a certain day.  Read More

Nanny For The Millionaire's Twins by Susan Meier

- Tuesday, September 04, 2012

My books THE TYCOON’S SECRET DAUGHTER and NANNY FOR THE MILLIONAIRE’S TWINS have stirred up a lot of discussion among my readers. For the first forty-five of my books I stayed on point. I write category romance, so I stuck with category romance hooks…or rich guy, cowboy, millionaire, doctor, baby, nanny, rancher, secretary, secret baby, etc. The same was true for books 46 and 47, a duet about brothers who reunite after fifteen years apart. THE TYCOON’S SECRET DAUGHTER, obviously has a secret daughter.  Read More