Three writing buddies, three romance genres, three to-die-for heroes. Throw in an ancient artifact and the possibility of the end of the world…and you’ve got one exciting short story put together just for you! Come and meet the sexy security
Today’s post of our round-robin story can be found here on JK Coi’s blog. JK Coi is the author of five books – four in her Immortal series, and one in her Destiny Series, all published by Linden Bay Romance.
Today’s the first segment of a round-robin story I’ve helped write with fellow TRW members, Kimber Chin and JK Coi. It’s a fun romp that involves two of Kimber’s characters – Hagen and Maeve from Invisible, the second in her
First item of good news: A huge congratulations to Curly. He’s joined the ranks of the employed by getting hired for his first part-time job at local grocery store. Considering the unemployment rates in this town thanks to GM closing
Tomorrow night, I’m going to be part of a chat over at the Author’s Grill at Romance at Heart along with fellow Toronto Romance Writers Kimber Chin and JK Coi. Needless to say we’ll be talking about our books –
Since JK Coi is on vacation this week, I’ve hijacked her blog today – I’m blogging about how the internet has helped me worldbuild and keep my facts straight. Traffic cams, Google Earth, blue prints, make it all so easy
JK Coi made my day yesterday when she sent me a link to a review over on The Romance Studio. Turned out they’d reviewed Private Property. Major squeeing and happy dancing went on in the Braemel household. Okay, actually the
As many of you know, I joined the ranks on Twitter a while back. It’s been interesting watching my “following” grow. When I mentioned brownies one day, I had a half dozen people interested in recipes follow me. Poor people,
I’m guest blogging today over at JK Coi’s blog … something a little different for me, I interviewed the heroine in Private Property. She wasn’t happy with some of my questions.
What a whirlwind it’s been lately. Along with a few interviews and advertising features, I think I’ve got almost all my guest-blog posts written and sent out now. It’s been a challenge to try to make each one unique without
I could be talking about the over-a-foot of snow we received yesterday or those icicles blocking my view from my kitchen window. I’m not. I’m snowed under by all the marketing and publicity that goes along with the release of
I’m trying something new today by inviting a fellow member of the Toronto Romance Writers, and Linden Bay Romance/Samhain author, JK Coi to guest blog here. So give a big hand, for my first guest blogger … J.K. COI—LIVING WITH