Posts Tagged ‘ giveaway ’

Win a $1,000 Manuscript Critique!

This weekend the 10 Minute Novelists kicked off an online auction to help plan their first-ever conference – to be held in Cincinnati, Ohio (2018). If you're not already a part of this fantastic online group... what are you waiting for? Seriously, they've got the best online community I've found in my years searching for lively writing groups, and they sponsor annual events like the 365 Continue Reading...

Delicious! Celebrate Deep Dish Pizza Day #AtoZChallenge

As in years past, this month I'm participating in the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge. 2016 marks my fifth anniversary, so to celebrate, I'm hosting Friday Blog-Ins here in San Diego; you can find out more info about where we're meeting each week on my A to Z Challenge page. My monthly theme is Chicago From A to Z, so stay tuned from Monday to Saturday for new posts on the Windy City. Or Continue Reading...

Vegas Miracle: An excerpt + #giveaway from Liz Crowe

Ryan and Grace Sullivan have all the outward indications of a happy life: money, success, an undeniable physical attraction that quickly evolved from whirlwind relationship to marriage. But lately, Ryan's become moody and distant. As their relationship starts to crumble, Ryan discovers something about himself he can't admit just as Grace realizes the young man she encounters at an invitation Continue Reading...

#HumpDayReviews: One Night in Amsterdam by Jaz Hartfield

Chloe organizes Jo’s hen weekend in Amsterdam, glad to get away from the usual boring or married men that she sleeps with. Perhaps she’ll meet some cool guys up for a bit of fun. If not, at least she’ll make sure her best friend gets very drunk while they all party in style. Dean is getting married to Tamsin, but having serious doubts. His mates take him to Amsterdam for one last Continue Reading...

Two Worlds Two Men: An interview with Joy Frawley

Jocelyn and Neely are having a perfectly pleasant dinner at the Sheep Heid Inn when it happens: Jocelyn suddenly finds herself sitting across the table, not from Neely, but a strange man dressed in medieval garb. This man is no apparition. His eyes, the deepest brown, clearly look on her in intimacy; his touch causes her pulse to rise. Jocelyn realizes two things: from his clothes, he is Continue Reading...