Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Samael is now available

Samael is now available from Liquid Silver Books. You can check out the blurb and find an excerpt HERE.
Happy holidays!

Tuesday, December 1, 2009


Savvy Readers is now OPEN for business. :) Drop by and browse for your favorite romance novels, or search for a new one. Candace Havens dropped by the Savvy Blog to talk about her latest novel, Dragons Prefer Blondes, and her upcoming release, Take Me If You Dare. Drop by and check it out.

Free book alert - Starjacked, a print release from Samhain by author Karin Shah, is up for grabs. Just hop on over to Karin's blog and leave a comment for a chance to win.

Here's something interesting : The Irene Goodman Literary Agency is having a 3-chapter and synopsis critique auction via ebay starting December 1st at 3pm and running until December 15th. The top 25 high bidders will receive a 3-chapter critique from Irene herself. Proceeds from this auction will go towards the Foundation for Fighting Blindness and the Deafness Research Foundation. Full details HERE.

Exciting news ~ Samael will be released from Liquid Silver Books on December 14th. :)

Happy reading!

Monday, November 30, 2009

I'm a horrible blogger

I haven't blogged in quite a while. I'm usually MIA during the holidays, so here is the news...more will be coming tomorrow.

Today over at ETS, you can vote for you favorite cover.

In other news, ASMODEUS is now in print. It was amazing to get my author copies. Nothing like holding your book!

There is a new site launching tomorrow, and I'll post about it. Author Candace Havens will be the first guest blogger. Stay tuned...

Friday, October 23, 2009

NaNoWriMo - Plus more

Head on over to Embrace the Shadows for a chance to win a copy of Her Chosen Wolf, by Renee Michaels. I had a blast interviewing her. :)

Steampunk submission call at HERE for more information.

Today I'll finish up the last of my edits on Samael. I'm clearing my plate for NaNoWriMo this year. I already have a book plotted out, from start to finish. I know, I know. I'm a pantser. We'll see how this works out.

Have a great weekend. :)

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Interview and more...

I interviewed Joey W. Hill at Embrace the Shadows. Stop by and check it out. She's the nicest person (and her books rock, so go out and buy one!). It's also Pick Your Prize Tuesday at EtS, so drop by and choose your favorite book out of three...

I finished edits on Samael, and I also signed up for NaNoWriMo. Click HERE to see what that's all about.

Go to Bitten By Books to check out their new contests. There are a ton of prizes to be won!

Also on their site - interviews, reviews and more.

Head on over to My Book Addiction and More blog for a chance to win a copy of The Earl Claims His Wife by Cathy Maxwell.

That's about it for today. I'm going to start plotting out my book for NaNo.
Happy Reading!

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Snow in October

I'm originally from California, as some of you may know. I spent nearly 8 years in Michigan, and I never really adjusted to the cold winters there (Again, some of you may have been subjected to my bitching, but whatever). Usually the snow would start coming down in late November - at the earliest - or late December - at the latest. Here in South Dakota it snowed yesterday.

It was a pretty snow, and it certainly didn't stick to anything. No accumulation. But it was snow. The white stuff. In October. Just sayin'.

Now that I have that off my chest, today over at Embrace the Shadows we are celebrating the wonderful month of October with a few give-a-ways, in what we call our Month Long Masquerade! Today is Pick Your Prize Tuesday. Vote for your favorite shape-shifter story today, and be sure to leave a comment for a chance to win the book that gets the most votes!

I received my edits for Samael yesterday, so I'll be working on that in the next few days.

I found this on the web - Vamp Chix. Go there today for a chance to win a book from Kerrelyn Sparks. The book is titled, All I Want For Christmas Is A Vampire.

Another chance to win a book, plus a $10.00 Barnes & Noble giftcard, can be found at Crista McHugh's Blog. Drop by to find out the details.

Happy Reading!

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Cover for Samael

Big thanks to cover artist Anne Cain, who designed the cover for Samael. :)

I arrived in South Dakota, so I've been a little quiet. I'll be back in the groove in a few weeks. I have edits for Samael coming, and I still have to unpack and settle in.

Happy reading!

Friday, September 18, 2009


Today I interviewed Katie MacAlister over at Embrace the Shadows. She answers questions about Steampunk Romance.

If you haven't stopped by Bitten By Books - A review site with bite - you might want to check it out. They have freebies ALL the time. You can chat with your favorite authors and check out all the hot new releases. It's a very interactive site. I promise you won't be disappointed. I did a little interview with them and had a blast. Check that out HERE.

On to my own news...I'm still waiting to hear back on a submission I sent a few weeks ago. (I can hear the faint laughing in the background. You can stop now.) I know a few weeks isn't very long, but it's been a while since I got nervous over submitting. I mean, they like it or they don't, right? You can stress over submitting your work, but really, what is that going to help?

I have been checking my emails a little more often the past few days. I can't seem to help myself. It's not's just curiosity. ;)

Happy reading!

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Terry Spear

Terry Spear is over at Embrace the Shadows today. Drop by and talk about sexy alphas.

"Butterfly in the sky, I can go twice as high...take a look, it's in a book, Reading Rainboooooowwww." Series finale. Read article HERE. I adored this show, and I'm sad to see it go. Still, my kids weren't fans. They watch Hannah Montana and Britney Spears' sister...can't remember her name. Anyway, not exactly thought-provoking shows.

In other news, Diana Cosby had a photo shoot! I love her books. Take a look at the magazine she's in.

That's all for now. I have a few deadlines to hit.

Saturday, September 12, 2009


Embrace the Shadows is now featuring authors who landed that first sale. These uplifting little segments will go up on the weekends. Today we have Sandra Sookoo, Susan Blexrud, and Kris Cook. Stop by and read the story on how they achieved that first sale.

Kate Angell will be at Plotmonkeys today, talking about The Muse. Stop by and say hi. She's giving away THREE awesome prizes to a lucky commenter. :)

On to my own news ~ Last night I was writing chapter four of my new WIP, and something kept holding me back from producing serious wordcounts. It feels very flat and explanatory to me. :( I copied and pasted my worst (what I considered my worst) paragraph into a chat room I was in. (A chat room full of writers - yeah, I have balls) My CP said that I had a lot of pronouns in it. He did...he was...he went...she turned. So I took another look, and damn, my CP was absolutely right. (God, I hope she doesn't read that last bit there.)

So, I know everyone says not to go back and edit when you're just trying to get the story out, but I have to go back on this one. There's another little, teeny, tiny issue. My hero and heroine don't have any conflict. Okay. So that's a big issue. LOL! But I can fix it. I already have a few ideas, so I'm going to go back today and try to work some magic. Another thing I'm going to focus on is my imagery. I've been slacking in that area as I try to 'get the story out.'

So, as I work on my crappy writing today, you all have a great weekend. :)
Happy reading!

Friday, September 11, 2009

More on Quartet Press

Little update. I saw this link in a yahoo group, and thought I would share it.

How I Spent My Summer by Kassia Krozser

All Fired Up to Win A Book?

I'm interviewing Kristen Painter over at Embrace the Shadows today. Stop by and leave a comment for a chance to win her new realease, All Fired Up.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

3 Free Samhain Books

Click HERE to get three free e-books from Samhain. The formats are Adobe Acrobat, HTML, Microsoft Reader, Mobipocket/Kindle, Rocketbook and Ebookwise. I'm not sure how long they'll be giving these books away for free, so go get your copy now.

Guest Blogger, Giveaway, and News

Today over at Embrace the Shadows ~ author Beth Trissel. She talks about her book, Somewhere My Love, and is giving away a digital download of her book to one lucky commenter. She's provided an excerpt, along with the insight on how she came up with the premise of her novel.

Also, if you're a member of the FF&P Special-Interest Chapter of RWA, Scott Eagen is taking 3-line pitches at the member's only blog, The Edge. If you're not a member of the FF&P, you can go to his website to find out more information on how to submit to him. Right now he's looking for contemporary, women's fiction, historicals, paranormal (no psychics, vamps or werewolves), and romantic suspense.

My own news: I just bought Night Keepers by Jessica Anderson. (Awesome website, BTW) I'm probably going to snuggle with the hubby on the couch and read it tonight. Well, most of it, since it's a pretty thick book. Jessica Anderson guest blogged at Embrace the Shadows a few weeks ago. Click HERE to read that post.

Also, I've been searching for articles about Quartet Press, and why it ceased operations. I found this article today. Apparently, seven authors had signed with them, though they will receive the full rights back to their work. This news has started a few conversations online about e-publishing and the risks an author takes when signing with an e-publishing house. Some say the e-pubs come and go, and I agree to a certain extent, but there are some great e-publishing houses out there - ahem - Samhain. :) From what I've read (and heard through the grapevine), Quartet had some heavy-hitters on its payroll, and were thought to be a rising star in the e-pub community.

One last note...I'll be interviewing Kristen Painter tomorrow at EtS blog. Be sure to stop by and say hi. :)

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

No Launch for Quartet Press

I was very surprised to see this. Follow the link for the entire story.


Check This Out

I've read so many paranormals lately, I was getting the worlds the authors created confused with one another. I figured a detour into a straight contemporary romance was in order. When I received my RWR in the mail (the magazine RWA puts out), Sliding Home by Kate Angell was the first cover I saw. The sexy slugger caught my eye, and within an hour I was at the bookstore looking for the novel. Now I have an entire series I need to read, because this book was fantastic. It's amazing how this author delves into the male mind. The hero, Kason, is a very private man who happens to have a very public job. When he comes home after spring training, he finds a woman living in his double-wide - uninvited. (I'm sorry, I just have to stop here real quick and say that this author had me at double-wide. LOL!)

You can read an excerpt HERE.

In other news, the kiddies went back to school yesterday. I swear my youngest daughter's backpack was bigger than she was when she came home from school. I remember having homework, but on the first day of school? And with the time I spent filling out the paperwork my daughters brought home, I could have written a novella. Next will come the fundraisers. Fun times.

Over at Embrace The Shadows, Barbara Hancock is announcing a new segment we have going on. Do you have a First Sale to announce? Follow the link to EtS and you can send Barbara an email, and possibly be featured at the blog.

Happy reading!

Friday, September 4, 2009

Review for Heaven Sent

I've put several reviews up on my website recently, and have forgotten to post about them here. A few days ago I received another review. This one is from NovelSpot. Here's a snippet...

Heaven Sent is true to its name where paranormal romances are concerned. Vamps, demons, and Lucifer bring on the sexy and humor. Action, and hot romance fill every page of this attention-grabbing novel. Dawn McClure does a fantastic job and I will be recommending this one to all my friends. Reviewed by Pam.

It still tickles me to see Heaven Sent 'out there.' It was the first novel I completed. Seeing the great reviews trickle in is wonderful. :)

To read the review, click HERE.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

South Dakota

South Dakota was very pleasant. The people were nice and friendly, the scenery was ... well, there were a lot of cornfields. Lots of cows.

A storm rolled through as we were leaving, and of course a tornado warning was issued. I wasn't particularly thrilled with that, but otherwise I could see myself living there. There's definitely a 'homey' feel.

So the hubby and I are on the way home, and I have to say, having Internet capability in the car is something I ADORE. There are days I absolutely love technology. As I type, the hubby is cruising down the Interstate. We passed the Iowa border about an hour ago. It's going to be a long ride home, but we just want to hurry up and get home, so we're going to drive through the night.

Overall, it was a great trip. :)

Sunday, August 30, 2009

There's no place like home...There's no place like home...

Come on, now, that sign is funny as hell. The town of Gettysburg might be small in populace, but it seems to be big in humor, and I might just be calling it home in the very near future.

The hubby and I are going on a little trip next week to visit this town. I Googled it, and was surprised to see just how small it was.

The town I'm living in at the moment has a lot of similarities to Gettysburg. Our town has signs near the lake that states, "Best town by a dam site." Yeah, that's because the lake is dammed. LOL

The schools are small in Gettysburg, and there isn't a mall as far as the eye can see. The nearest book store is over 100 miles away (SOB!!). Guess that will increase my writing time, if nothing else. Lots of corn fields, cows and...wait...wonder if there are lots of cowboys? *Pondering* Sorry, got off track there. The only thing that really freaks me out is the fact that SD gets tornadoes. Not too thrilled about that. And apparently they get more snow than we get here, which boggles my mind. I'm not into being a snow bunny, and for those who know me, that's a serious understatement.

Anyway, I'll be gone most of the upcoming week, but I'll be sure to take a lot of pictures of...the corn fields?

Chin up! I'm sure they have lots and lots of fun stuff to do there.

See...they have a beach. And their website says that the fishing is great!

They have the Gettysburg Country Club...sounds fab. On June 6th they had bingo at the Country Club, and served ribs, cheesy hash browns and salad. Yum!!

I know what you're thinking - I'll never survive. I must have a bookstore. A mall. Starbucks.

Starbucks. *SOB*

S'all good. I'll find out more on Tuesday, when the hubby and I snoop around. In all seriousness, I'm excited about going. I'm conditioned to love moving. I spent 12 years as a military wife, and I'm feeling restless...I've been in Michigan for quite some time now.

It's time to move on.

If only they had a Barnes & Noble, though. :)

Friday, August 28, 2009

Summer is coming to an end...

With the passing of any season, I always look back and contemplate on what I've accomplished during that time. The past few months I worked on, and finished, a full-length novel. It didn't go quite as smoothly as I had planned, so I'm looking at another hard edit before I send it to my editor. I also finished a 11k word novella, that I submitted to Silhouette Bites a few days ago. (Cross your fingers for that one.) On the flip side of the industry, I became the newsletter editor for the FF&P Special-Interest Chapter of RWA (Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal). That particular venture is a little daunting to me, since I've never created a newsletter before. The friendships I've made, thanks to the FF&P chapter, have been invaluable to me. Writing can be a lonely process, but it doesn't have to be that way. In fact, I have more 'online' friends than I do in my own town. :)

I also co-founded a blog, Embrace the Shadows, with fellow authors Suzanne Rock and Barbara Hancock. Not only are they fantastic writers, they're great peeps. We always seem to be on the same page when it comes to our writing. Sharing the joys and setbacks of the publishing industry makes me feel as though I'm not alone, and I thank them for all their input. Exciting things are happening at EtS. In the month of September I'll be interviewing authors Paige Tyler, Kristen Painter, Katie MacAlister, and Karen Harbaugh. In October I'll be interviewing Terry Spear and Joey W. Hill.

A few months ago I received a contract for my novella Samael, from Liquid Silver Books. This novella is one of my favorite stories. The heroine, Jade, is a hard-ass assassin who is faced with her own death through a psychic vision from one of her closest friends. You may remember the feisty little psychic - Alexia from my novella, Azazel. Jade must come to terms with the possibility of her demise while battling the desire she feels for Samael, a demon from the First Angelic Revolt. The two couldn't be more alike, but they'd never see it that way - at least in the beginning. I had a great time with those two.

I also landed a new critique partner, Liz Pelletier (who's a web GOD, BTW). If you have a question about a website, or HTML...she's the girl you want on your speed dial. She joined Jennifer North to kick my manuscripts into something resembling a book. LOL I couldn't have asked for better critique partners.

So now, as we head into Fall, I'm setting goals and contemplating what else I can tackle. Most likely this will be in the midst of a move. It's looking as though I'll be calling South Dakota home in the very near future. The hubby was offered a job that he can't pass up.
I hope everyone had a great summer. :)

Also, today at Embrace the Shadows, I talk about Moon Kissed, the newest release from author Michele Hauf. Come over and check it out.

~ Happy reading. :)

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Free Harlequin Reads

The books above are free books that can be found on the Harlequin website.
Just thought I'd pass that along. :)
Happy reading.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Dawn Chartier - Paranormal Romance Writer

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Quartet Press - New E-pub House

Angela James, former Senior Editor at Samhain Publishing, has found a new home. Quartet Press is getting major buzz right now on all the author loops. They are accepting submissions, and you can click HERE to view their submission guidelines. They are scheduled to open up in the Fall of 2009.

Here are a few links to articles pertaining to Quartet Press.

And of course, you can find them on Twitter and Facebook.

C.J. Ellisson

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This is a new service at the FF&P chapter...a little promo never hurt anyone. :)

Saturday, July 25, 2009

A Romance Novel for the First Lady

What's that saying? Oh yeah. A picture says a thousand words. LOL It certainly does. That's a romance novel in the President's hands. Go here for the story...

You have to love that expression on his face. :)

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Free eBooks

Mari Carr, Moira Rogers, Sylvia Day...Go check out The Romance Studio for free eBook reads. I just stumbled upon the link today, and thought I'd share.
Happy reading!

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Barnes & Noble Ebook Shop

You can view the complete article HERE -

Barnes & Noble launched what it bills as the world's largest online electronic book shop with virtual shelves holding more than 700,000 titles.
The major US bookseller is challenging online retail powerhouse with electronic works readable on an array of platforms, including computers, iPod Touch MP3 players, and iPhone and BlackBerry smart phones.
Barnes & Noble added that it will be the exclusive provider of "eBooks" for electronic readers to be released by Plastic Logic.
"We want to make eBooks simple, accessible, affordable and convenient for everyone," said William Lynch, president of the book giant's website
"Today marks the first phase of our digital strategy, which is rooted in the belief that readers should have access to the books in their digital library from any device, from anywhere, at any time."
Amazon staked out a place in the electronic book market with the release of Kindle reader devices in late 2007 and has more than 300,000 titles for sale at its website.
Early this year, Amazon made software available at Apple's App Store that lets people read Kindle books on iPhones or iPod Touch devices.
The increasingly competitive e-reader market includes offerings from Japanese electronics giant Sony.

***So I headed on over to see if my novels were there. They were!! :) Click HERE to see. I'm number 25 and 26. They haven't integrated all Samhain titles yet, so stay tuned. :)

Also, I went to the Barnes & Noble in the mall yesterday, and they had a Samhain book on almost every shelf. Usually I'd find one or two in the entire store. Exciting things are happening...

Friday, July 10, 2009

Interview + New Reviews

Over at Embrace the Shadows Blog today, I interviewed author Savanna Kougar. She's giving one of her books away, so be sure to drop by and leave a comment for a chance to win.
I received a review for Heaven Sent. You can read the entire review HERE. Here's a snippet...
Dawn McClure has brought us a story of strong emotion. It is a story of love, betrayal, hurt and anger that you can almost feel throughout the pages. She keeps you guessing as to who the bad person really is, one minute you think you have it figured out then she throws a hint to it possibly being someone else. I truly enjoyed this story, I laughed and I cried.
On to other news, I'm a little behind on finishing my WIP. I'd hoped to be done a few weeks ago, but summer happened. :) I have the first 200 pages with my CP, so I'm crossing my fingers in the hope that she'll like it.
I changed my website up a little. I still have to work out a few kinks, but I think it turned out pretty good.
Have a wonderful day!

Thursday, July 2, 2009

Just how long has it been?

I'm a terrible blogger. I cheated with another blog, I confess. Embrace the Shadows, a blog I started with fellow paranormal romance authors Barbara Hancock and Suzanne Rock, took precedence over my own little blog. The good news is - I'm nearly finished with Leviathan. My goal is to have it finished and off to my beta readers by the end of the week.

I've also had a few good reviews...Here's a snippet of both...

For Asmodeus - Two Lips Review 4 Kisses ~ I did not want to put Asmodeus down. Dawn McClure introduced the characters in the novel, and then cleverly intertwined their growth so that their love story was believable. I really believed that their interest in each other went beyond sex and could withstand time...Asmodeus does not disappoint and I would recommend it to any reader who enjoys paranormal romance. ~ Reviewed by Christiana

For Heaven Sent - Just Erotic Romance Reviews 5 Stars ~ Heaven Sent takes place in a short period of time, but Ms. McClure packs in both a great deal of action and character development. The characters slowly reveal themselves and their secrets, though they all come across as fully developed right from the start. I loved Chris’s character more than Gabe’s, but he was one hot vamp. Chris was funny, gutsy and even her weaknesses were endearing. I also enjoyed the secondary characters like the villains who were interesting and didn’t come across as caricatures. The plot was engrossing with enough twists and turns to keep you reading straight through to the end. The only weak part of Heaven Sent was in the dearth of sex. This is understandably part of their growing relationship and individual hang-ups, but I would really like to have seen Gabe demonstrate more of his centuries’ worth of experience to Chris! I hope that this is the first in a series because I can’t wait to see where Ms. McClure takes the characters next. There were quite a few of secondary characters whose stories I would like to see developed in the future, especially the arrogant Sven and the tough Naberius. I will definitely put this author on my watch list. - Reviewed by Tory Sanders, Just Erotic Romance Reviews
The Romance Studio - 5 Hearts - Heaven Sent is the third book in a series. If you haven't read the other two, that's ok - this book can stand alone. I would, however, highly recommend you read the other two because this series is fabulous. It's a totally original idea incorporating not only vampires, but fallen angels, Nephilim, and more. It's one of those stories that stays with you long after you've finished reading. I fell in love with all the characters. Gabe has got to be the sexiest hero I've come across in a while - I completely understood why Chris was totally preoccupied with him. And Chris is one of my favorite heroines ever. Her life hasn't been easy, but instead of letting that bring her down, she has become a stronger, more compassionate person. And hilarious! She had me laughing out loud throughout the story. Sven, another vampire, was a complete riot - I'm really hoping to see his story. Naberius made another appearance in this book - he's fascinating and I want to know more about him. I could go on, but suffice it to say this book has it all as far as I'm concerned - fabulous characters, an original plot, humor, and scorching sex. This is an absolute must-read! Reviewed by Bonnie Jean
I'm off to finish my WIP. Have a wonderful day!!

Wednesday, June 3, 2009


Over at Embrace the Shadow's Blog, author Barbara Hancock is blogging about inspiration. Her post is very positive, and worth taking a peek at.

I've been quiet on this blog, along with some of the Yahoo Groups I belong to, because I began work on a novel about a month ago. I started out by deleting 230 pages of the original novel, and began writing chapter two. Chapter one was all I kept. It sounds drastic, doesn't it? But the pacing and the plot were off. The new draft, which is almost finished, is so much better.

Barbara's post on inspiration today really pumped me up. I'm giving myself a week to finish this WIP. The next story is already bubbling up, and I still have to edit the one I'm writing.

Along with Barbara, I'll include a few inspirational quotes to start the day off right...

~ If you can imagine it, you can achieve it; if you can dream it, you can become it ~ William Arthur Ward

~ Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out ~ Robert Collier

~ The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack in will ~ Vince Lombardi

~ If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There's no use being a damn fool about it ~ W.C. Fields (LOL!!! I had to add that one in there. :)

Have a great day!!

Monday, May 18, 2009

Awesome Review for Heaven Sent

Title: Heaven Sent
Author: Dawn McClure
Publisher: Liquid Silver BooksPublisher
Reviewer: Tory Sanders
Rating: 5 Stars
Heat level: S

Chris Fitzpatrick meets vampire Gabe McPherson at the proverbial holiday from hell when he unexpectedly joins her family for Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, he’s not there to give thanks but to kill one of her brothers. Chris discovers that her family is made up of vampires and that the family business isn’t really for people allergic to the sun. As Gabe attempts to uncover the conspiracy against vampires, Chris tries desperately to protect her family. She also has to keep her own secret and decide whether a relationship with a vampire can work for her. Mix in demons, werewolves, Lucifer and vampires galore and you’ve got a recipe for fun and mayhem.

Heaven Sent takes place in a short period of time, but Ms. McClure packs in both a great deal of action and character development. The characters slowly reveal themselves and their secrets, though they all come across as fully developed right from the start. I loved Chris’s character more than Gabe’s, but he was one hot vamp. Chris was funny, gutsy and even her weaknesses were endearing. I also enjoyed the secondary characters like the villains who were interesting and didn’t come across as caricatures. The plot was engrossing with enough twists and turns to keep you reading straight through to the end. The only weak part of Heaven Sent was in the dearth of sex. This is understandably part of their growing relationship and individual hang-ups, but I would really like to have seen Gabe demonstrate more of his centuries’ worth of experience to Chris! I hope that this is the first in a series because I can’t wait to see where Ms. McClure takes the characters next. There were quite a few of secondary characters whose stories I would like to see developed in the future, especially the arrogant Sven and the tough Naberius. I will definitely put this author on my watch list.

Tory Sanders
Just Erotic Romance Reviews

Friday, May 8, 2009

Book Giveaway

Today over at Embrace The Shadow's Blog, I've interviewed Ellora's Cave author, Jennifer North. Drop by and comment for a chance to win her book, Hot Tramps, Cool Vamps.

Hope to see you there!