It’s In His Kiss Blog Tour: Fascinating Facts About Lingerie!

Sephy King, the heroine from It’s In His Kiss, first told me she was a lingerie designer when she appeared in a short scene with her sister in The Love List. Actually it was more of a mumble because it turned out that the otherwise confident Seraphina King wasn’t quite ready to admit to the world that she had all these plans… Knowing she was about to get her own standalone story, I was a little: um…okay…a lingerie designer, huh? Am I happy about this? And the answer was: you bet! After due consideration I was absolutely certain I could stand researching incredibly beautiful lingerie in exquisite materials for my next book—even if there was a serious danger of developing a desperate need to set…

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Dark Dreams and Collaboration…

To celebrate the release of Progeny of Sin: Dark Dreams, Dawn and I reminisce about how our collaboration got started … Aaron For me, Dark Dreams started a little over four years ago.  It’s hard to believe it’s been that long! But the story started a while before that. Dawn and I first “met” as part of an online roleplay writing group.  Such are the wonders of the virtual world.  Although we rarely had occasion to write together directly, I was always impressed with the humor and sensuality Dawn wrote into her character. Early in 2011, Dawn approached me with a manuscript she had been working on, the first in a series she had called “Children of Sheol”.  She needed an editor, and thought to come to me…

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I Still HEART London: Nikki Moore’s #LoveLondon Series

When the first in the #LoveLondon series Skating at Somerset House was released last December, I had no idea of exactly how much hard work lay ahead of me, how brilliantly my editor Charlotte would support me through the mad rush of publishing five novellas and a full length novel in nine months, or how amazingly readers, reviewers and bloggers would react to the series. Now I know, and I find myself both happy and sad that the last in the #LoveLondon series, Picnics in Hyde Park is published. It has been an ecstatic, joy filled and crazy whirlwind – a bit like falling in love. I am still stunned at how many lovely reviews the series has had and that some of the novellas…

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#Virtual Voyager Q&A with Authors Christi J. Whitney and A.F.E. Smith

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock the past week, you’ll have noticed that our HarperVoyager team have been running #VirtualVoyager – a celebration of their AMAZING digital authors! We are thrilled to support the team and host two incredible authors, Christi J. Whitney and A.F.E. Smith.  Here they are in conversation talking about all things fantasy – with a little hint of romance of course! 😉   Anna: Hi! I’m A.F.E. Smith (Anna), author of fantasy murder mystery Darkhaven. And with me is Christi J. Whitney, author of YA fantasy Grey. We’re going to be having a chat about writing romance in fantasy. Christi, we’re both fantasy writers first and foremost, but I think it’s fair to say we both like our romantic subplots!…

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Bookspiration: A Cottage in the Country by Linn B. Halton

Sometimes writing a novel requires a lot of detailed research. Other times it doesn’t, because ‘real-life experience’ is all the research the author needs to sit down in front of that screen and let those fingers fly! A Cottage in the Country is such a story. Yes, there are two very handsome men at the centre of it – albeit one is broody, uncommunicative and dangerously attractive, while the other is handsome, upbeat and happy to party. But Maddie Brooks is about to turn 50, recently divorced and her love-rat of a husband slept with her best, childhood friend. Running away to a dilapidated cottage in the country seemed like a good idea at the time … but life is never that simple, is it?…

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