Contemporary stories wiggled around in my head until I gave them life, and soon I found that I was writing in several genres, erotic and more traditional romance in both the historical and modern age. I wrote BDSM novellas and menage novels and pirates stories and everything in between. And along the way, I’ve come to favor certain elements of writing both then and now.
I was lucky enough to enjoy some wonderful books, and while I didn’t hit my Goodreads goal of 150 stories for the year, I’m still excited to look over all the great books I did read and see what I learned from them. Here’s my list for 2019.
This house, specifically, called to my baser self for over a year. What does that have to do with writing? Everything.
I'm lucky enough that I get to share a new story from Catherine and Eleanor, two writers that brilliantly embody British love stories, both in modern and historical times.
Here's what they have to say about their latest release, the Captain and the Theatrical.
Crying at books has always been a staple.
But what I wasn’t expecting, on that sunny Saturday morning in May, late into my junior year of high school, was to fear them.
In the great spectrum of history and the universe, my Bachelor’s degree does not hold up to the onslaught of information, facts, figures, and theories that make up all of humanity, nature, and what we do not know.
And that’s awesome.
By today’s standard, if you claim something’s a name, well damn anyone who says otherwise. But at the turn of the 19th century, everyone was still being named for their great grandmothers and the current ruler.
We have somehow squeezed an incomparable number of dukes, earls, marquesses and barons from nine short years of English history.
And to that, I have to ask, what about literally all the rest of time?
I sat down with Emilee Harris to talk writing, research, and her new release, Her Queen City Ranger!
It's my pleasure to sit down with Audrey Adair to talk writing, romance and her new release, Treasures of the Wind!