Showing posts from February 11, 2007


They're a website that showcases romantic fiction. Want a reciprocal link? Here is their info... "AUTHORS: List your site here in the directory FREE OF CHARGE. All we request in return for this service is a link back from your website. Please see our rules page for more details."

Research Links Aplenty

I saw this forum topic by author Vicki M. Taylor.

All kinds of links in there romance authors will find useful.

Hunks on Commercials

Do you want to see a cute commercial from Australia? Here it is on Sherrill Quinn's blog.

Here's another from France...

If they'd aired an American version during the Super Bowl, I wonder what people would have said?

The Habitual Reader

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This site is hosted by Komenar Publishing ( They describe the site like this: The website is designed to build a community of fiction-lovers, and features reader profiles, book reviews, favorite community bookstores, and promotional opportunities for authors. Cool logo. I love parrots and macaws.

Thanks to Janet Toombs ( for pointing the way to this one.



This is a blog with book-related news. This link ( has information on how authors and readers can get more involved.

101 Excuses Not to Write

101 Excuses Not to Write

These cartoons by Sam Morrison are cute!

Relic Up For Cover of 2006

Thanks to support of readers, Eliza Black's cover for Relic won the APRIL 2006 COVER OF THE MONTH at Erin Aislinn's Web site.

It is already time for voting for BOOK COVER OF THE YEAR 2006. It has been that long!

When you have a moment, stop on by and vote for at:

Anyone who votes (one per person) is eligible to win a copy of the book that wins.

Voting ends on April 15, 2007.

Talons: Seize the Hunter by Michelle M. Pillow

Talons: Seize the Hunter by Michelle M. Pillow. (Last story in the 5-story anthology Talons. If you had this one on your wishlist too, it is still 32% off at Amazon.)


This was a futuristic. I wonder if Michelle Pillow has plans for more stories set in this world. I enjoyed the story, but also the setting.

All the cool covers in this series are visible in a line with this tag ... latest read. (Though they will eventually get buried as I'm keeping track of books I read this year. It is part of my New Years' Resolutions.)

Guest Blogging on the Raven Blog

Michelle M Pillow and Mandy M Roth's Raven blog has a special day called Manic Monday... They accept guest bloggers. Here's the link to the info:

Thoughts on Creativity

I blogged about that article the other day that got me thinking about creativity. Here are a few more thoughts...

It is difficult to come up with new ideas when there are over 500 books a week being published. Since no one keeps track of every idea in every book, how would we ever make sure we weren't duplicating something?

A few months back I was watching the Discovery Channel and a show about saber tooth tigers. I can't recall the show's name, but they had great computer animation that brought these creatures to life. I remember the show mentioning that these creatures lived in North America when the first humans made their way over the land bridge.

Afterwards, I got to thinking about possible shapeshifting saber tooth tiger plots. I also remember thinking the idea was fairly unique. I hadn't seen a paranormal romance with a shapeshifting saber tooth tiger yet. But, I was working on other endeavors so I never actually worked on a story, so the idea never went anywhere. …

Talons: Caged Desire by Syndey Somers

Talons: Caged Desire by Sydney Somers. (Fourth story in the 5-story anthology Talons. If you had this one on your wishlist too, it is still 32% off at Amazon.)


This story had a vampire heroine to match the eagle-shifting hero. I enjoyed their wit. It was a hot story, but also sweet. Of all the heros in this anthology, he's been the one I've been pulling for the most. If you've read the blurb you know he was locked in a cage for fifty years. If ever a hero needed a loving heroine....

BiblioTravel - for books that take you away...

Do you like reading by setting? Have you ever read a book set in your hometown?

This is a website where anyone can enter information about books they've read, and they're categorized by setting.

Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Visa

I need a new night shirt, so I was wandering around I don't think I'll get this one, but it fits my theme. I do love futuristic themed things, and I use my Visa almost as often as my casino comp card. LOL. - We want to help authors and readers find each other! Have a book you want read? Let Authors to Readers display it on! Looking for books to read from undiscovered talent? Let Authors to Readers help you find what you're looking for!

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Love Bites Romance Reviews

Love Bites Romance Reviews

Love Bites is a new romance review site where you'll find a wide variety of romance-related fiction and non-fiction.

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