Over the next few weeks I am running a number of giveaways to celebrate the release of my latest release Don’t Tell, Don’t Die.
Today I’m over on the blog of multi-published Western Romance author, Susan Horsnell.
Please come on over and leave a comment for your chance to win a print copy of my romantic suspense novel, Running Scared. (Open internationally.)
Our publisher, Books We Love, have a new contest running.
The “Luck of the Irish” contest has already started, and will run until March 14. Full details can be found here.
Is it possible? Of course it is, but it’s not ideas for books that I’m talking about.
I find myself constantly wondering what to talk about on my blog, thinking that you would only be interested in hearing about the books I write.
I now realise that’s totally wrong, and that perhaps you’d like to learn a little more about me, the person.
I’ll start by telling you that I am a grandmother of six beautiful grandchildren. Their ages range from eight to fourteen, with a set of twins included.
My passion is writing, and my hobby is cardmaking.
My dear friend Marcelle, who is also an avid cardmaker, taught me a new technique this week. I love it, and I’ve posted a photo of my card below.
Isn’t that just the most gorgeous design?
I’ll be making more of these beautiful cards in the near future. I make lots of cards for charities and community groups, and this design will be amongst those sent.
Thanks for stopping by today. I appreciate it. A lot.
I am very happy to advise that my romantic suspense novel, Running Scared is now available in print!
Many of you have told me you prefer to hold a book in your hands, and just quietly – between us, I do too.
I love the feel and smell of the fresh, crisp pages of a real book!
The print book is now available for sale, and can be found here:
Thanks for looking!
Just a quick note to let you know that my romantic suspense novel, Running Scared, is free on Amazon right now. I have no idea how long it will be free, so be quick if you want it.
Here’s the link:
We all have our favorite authors, I’m sure. Mine is B.J. Daniels, who writes romantic suspense.
I have bought all her books that I’ve been able to find, and my friends pass their copies onto me when I haven’t been able to purchase her books.
For some weird reason, we have issues buying her books here in Australia. When that happens, I resort to whatever means I have to in order to get hold of her books.
The majority of my friends see a book in the shops, check out the cover, the blurb, and then read the first page. I’m sure that’s how most people choose the books they buy.
For me, it’s a little different. When I see a B.J. Daniels book, I buy it. It’s really that simple!
In fact, I once bought the same book three times! That was a little embarrassing. The friends I gave those extra copies to were pretty happy, I should add.
I’d love to hear about your favorite author/s, and how you choose the books you buy. Over to you….
I’m featured author at Romancing the Genres today, so if you have a few minutes, pop over and say hello.
I’m talking about Australian history, and how I weave it into my stories, despite the fact I write romantic suspense.
My favourite kind of romance to read is romantic suspense, which just happens to be what I enjoy writing the most.
It made me wonder what kind of romance you enjoy reading.
Take the poll now, on my Facebook page:
Margaret says: Without romance the world would be a sad and lonely place.
A ROSE IN NO-MAN’S LAND – MARGARET TANNER
“My lovely Amy. I have nothing to offer. The first time we met, you were like a ray of sunshine brightening up my dull, jaded existence. The more I saw of you, the bigger the danger you posed to my peace of mind—that’s why I treated you harshly. I’ve fought my feelings for you,” he went on passionately. “Kept telling myself it was only lust I felt, but—my God! A man going to war shouldn’t tempt fate by lying to himself.”
He pulled her into his arms and held her close for a moment, then lowered his head, as if he couldn’t help himself. “Open your mouth, my lovely girl,” he whispered. “I want to sleep tonight with the taste of your lips on mine.”
Her arms slipped around his neck.
He feathered tiny kisses all over her face, until their lips finally clung together for one heart-stopping, sweet moment.