Harlequin has put over 10,000 books on sale from now until November 17th — and they’ve included my Texas Tangle amongst that number.  So for the next few days, you can buy Texas Tangle for $1.99.  (It looks like the sale is only available to people in the States though.) […]

Big Sale on Harlequin Books–including Texas Tangle

Pay It Forward Friday is my way of thanking authors who have done something that has helped me either personally or professionally in some way in the past years. Some I’ve only met online, some at conferences, and some have become long-term friends. Others may not even know what they did, or […]

Pay It Forward Friday – Amy Ruttan

Harlequin ~ Amazon ~ B&N ~ iBooks ~ Google Play ~ Kobo Jake Grady loves Bull’s Hollow ranch and all the challenges and hard work it entails. But the past year hasn’t been easy—his father’s good name has been tarnished, and new financial problems are threatening to destroy everything the Gradys have built. Performing live under a stage […]

Last Day to get No Accounting for Cowboys for 99 ...

Lots of deals today — every single one of my books is on sale. Both from Carina and Samhain. If you haven’t already bought your copy of No Accounting for Cowboys, Harlequin has put it on sale for just 99 cents. But only for a limited time. From today (November […]

Black Friday Sale!

Last week I was invited to be part of a Valentine’s Day feature on CBC Canada Writes in conjunction with 7 other Harlequin writers. They wanted us to set up the most romantic Valentine’s scene ever. In a 100 words or less. I accepted the challenge — you can see […]

A huge honor for this Canadian

Okay, so they’re dancing romance authors but being at the Waldorf made us feel like royalty…

More Dancing Queens

While I’ve been ploughing through all the things I ignored while in New York (and preparing for New York), I got another lovely review for Tangled Past — this time from Chris over at Night Owl Romance: “Dealing with the morality of the 1800s added to the suspense, and the […]

Home, Sweet Home…Alabama?

Yesterday my youngest son surprised the heck out of me by cleaning up the room where the boys have their television and game consoles. He did it without being asked. If that wasn’t enough, he cleaned up his room, packing up his old school uniforms now that he doesn’t need […]

Ravens and Ornaments and Pitches, oh my!

Today was the giant celebration of books in Toronto today. That’s right a book festival. Every reader and author’s dream block party. It’s called Word on the Street and there are books of every type — children’s, non-fiction, fiction both literary and genre. Authors of all types are there, mingling […]

Word on the Street 2010

I love today’s guest, Red Garnier. She’s one of those authors who have been there for me from the start. I met her on-line at first, as a fellow commenter over on Wylie Kinson’s blog. Then later in the summer of 2007, we arranged to meet in person while we […]

What Red Garnier Loves Most About Summer

Congratulations to Angela James, formerly of Samhain (and my old editor who contracted Private Property and Personal Protection). Harlequin has launched a new digital-only line called Carina Press, and they’ve hired her to be their Executive Editor!  (More details here.) Congratulations, Angie!

Congratulations, Angela James

Hmm, I hadn’t figured I’d do this as a regular feature but it seems to be popular … If you are debating over Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol, the Book Depository.com has it on special for 50% off … again, no shipping costs need be added to that. The link […]

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