I’m over at Risky Regencies talking about what’s risky about Lily and giving away a copy of the book. Stop on by!
I don’t know if I’ve mentioned this before, but after being unavailable as a print book for a while except from Dorchester’s website, In for a Penny is now readily available in trade paperback!
I’ve also put up deleted scenes for A Lily Among Thorns (WARNING: they contain spoilers!). You can find them here.
In honor of the occasion, I’m giving away a signed copy of the new Penny trade and one of A Lily Among Thorns to two commenters chosen at random. Let me know in your comment which book(s) you’re interested in.
ETA: Mo won Lily, and Kim won Penny! Congratulations, guys.
I’m over at Kat Latham’s blog with ten tips on how I write characters with accents. Stop by, let me know what you think, and enter to win a copy of A Lily Among Thorns!
I’m over at Cecilia Grant’s blog today giving away a book and talking about protagonists who work for a living!
Come on over and tell me about your favorite working heroes and heroines.
I’m over at Musetracks talking about Rosh Hashanah, personal growth in romance, and why I’m proud to be a romance reader and writer.
I’m over at The Season’s blog today talking about writing well-rounded villains (and, as you can see, my crush on Tom Hiddleston, who played Loki in the Thor movie). I’m giving away a book, so stop by and tell me about your favorite 3D villain!
Talking about beta heroes, titles, research, and Avatar: the Last Airbender over at my friend Susanna Fraser’s blog! This was a really fun interview, and I love the picture of Spock and Kirk she chose to illustrate one of my points.