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Category Archives: guest post
A big welcome to Ann Grech as part of her blog tour with Other Worlds Ink for In Safe Arms. A note from Ann Grech: In Safe Arms is my most recent novel. Ten in total, and my fifth inspired … Continue reading
A big welcome to Jodi Payne and her new release Stable Hill. Can three men from very different backgrounds find a home and a future together? After losing his husband to cancer, Oscar Kennedy has his hands full with their … Continue reading
A big welcome to Ana Raine as part of her blog tour with Silver Dagger Book Tours for The Anima Series. Inspiration for Captive Wings I live in Michigan and there is a constant joke that there are only two … Continue reading
A big welcome to Grace Duncan as part of her release for Overcoming Fear. Thank you so much to Anne for giving me some blog space today! I’m really excited about the rerelease—and expansion—of Overcoming Fear. I hope you enjoy … Continue reading
A big welcome to Jaxon Knight as they celebrate their release of Mischief and Mayhem. Book two of the Fairyland romances is now live on Amazon! Mischief and Mayhem is a slow burn, opposites attract, sweet (no sex) romance featuring … Continue reading
A big welcome to Joe Cosentino and his new release Drama Dance. Joe Cosentino Asks You to Dance in Drama Dance, the eighth Nicky and Noah mystery Don’t you love The Nutcrackerballet? Every December I sit at the edge of … Continue reading
A big welcome to Kiwi author S. Jade Castleton as she celebrates the recent release of her new book Threatening Sky. ‘I was just talking to dad.’ This is the last thing Owen expects to hear on a quiet Spring … Continue reading
As Catherine Curzon and Eleanor Harkstead prepare for the forthcoming release of our Regency romcom, The Captain and the Theatrical, what better time to get to know some of their other captivating captains? For a limited time, the Captivating Captains … Continue reading
A big welcome to Osiris Brackhaus as he celebrates the re-release of his WWII story Lovers in Arms. I need to read this one! The year is 1946, World War II is over, and the Nuremberg trials are underway. US … Continue reading
A big welcome to fellow Kiwi author, W A Cooper as she celebrates the release of A Convenient Deception. Watercolour artist, Braer McGlashan, has been content with a marriage of convenience to property entrepreneur, David Granger. But, the death of … Continue reading