Monthly Archives: July 2006

What's Your Limit?

Over at JMC’s blog she asks: what won’t you read? First thing that springs to mind is: Bestiality. Not the fantasy/paranormal kind where the hero shifts between human/wolf form. That’s nothing to me. A talented author will have you read … Continue reading

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Kathleen Eagle's Next Book

looks like it’s right up my alley! I’ve missed her voice in recent years. The loner cowboy looking for that special woman. Back blurb can be read at Kathleen Eagle website. Sounds good; I hope it’s good. What are my favorite … Continue reading

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REVIEW: French Silk by Sandra Brown

French Silk by Sandra Brown is my choice for romantic suspense read of the month and it was a very good read at that. Brown is one of those authors who is hit or miss for me but in this novel, … Continue reading

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Dare Me by Leigh Ellwood

Dare Me by Leigh Ellwood is my first keeper of the year. It is published by Phaze, a epub that was the recently featured at Dear Author . I decided on  Dare Me on a whim. I couldn’t put this book down once I … Continue reading

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Cover Redux

 I had a WTF moment and wanted to share. Sorry. Just what is UP with the cover changes these days? I had to look at that cover twice to realize that it’s supposed to be Heaven, Texas. And do you … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Seduced in Twilight by Anya Bast

After reading and enjoying Ms. Basts’s Seduced in Twilight , I realized that this is the first book of the series and that I should have started with  Tempted by Two which introduces this world and its characters. One thing about Ms. … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Play Dead by Anne Frasier

I know many romance readers regret the loss of Theresa Weir’s voice in the romance genre. Many of her books are very difficult to find today. However, she kicks ass in the suspense books she now writes as Anne Frasier. Play Dead is full … Continue reading

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RTB Column: Writing to the Market

As a reader I really enjoyed the article that Bob Mayer wrote on Writing for the Market for RTB. Check it out. It’s a very interesting topic. Note: I had to re-edit this post since it was causing something to go wrong with … Continue reading

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Tagged

I was tagged by KristieJ who said she was one of the first readers of a new blogger way back when…anyway, here’s to more years of blogging and friendship. 1. When did you start blogging and why? I can’t really remember when … Continue reading

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The Recipe to Creating Controversy

I don’t know about you but it doesn’t seem to take much to start controversy on the Internet. Yes, my friends, the Internet can be a ugly place to visit. As a reader I was rather baffled by all the discussion … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Tempted by Two by Anya Bast

Tempted by Two by Anya Bast was a very good read. This is my fourth foray into her Ms. Bast’s paranormal novels. If you enjoy novels where there are two hot heroes that are fated to be with one woman, then … Continue reading

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