Hey, romance addicts. Author Fiona McGier is joining us today to share ways readers can be entertained by romance and learn some things along the way.
By Fiona McGier
Hello readers! I’m Fiona McGier and I write what I call erotic romance, but what others might just call romance. I call it erotic because you get to experience the sexy times had by the main characters as they are falling in love.
Hey, romance addicts. Author Christina-Lynn-Lambert has a paranormal romance series, Stranger Creatures. The set features all kinds of sexy shifters, including a wolf, bear, and tiger.
There is also a giveaway. So keep scrolling!
Stranger Creatures Book 1
by Christina Lynn Lambert
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Romantic Suspense
When Sydney left Seattle two years ago, she was scared, traumatized, and done with men for good. Now she has a good job, a hobby that’s fast becoming a second career, and best of all, she’s adopted a little girl named Angel. Life is good and Sydney’s not about to let charming lawyer Derrick mess that up, no matter how sexy he is, or how sweet he seems.
Hey, romance addicts! I am excited to have author Amber Daulton on the Layla Writes Love blog. She is one that likes to keep readers on their toes.
Amber is the author of the romantic-suspense series Arresting Onyx and several standalone novellas. Her books are published through The Wild Rose Press, Books to Go Now, and Daulton Publishing, and are available in e-book, print on demand, audio, and foreign language formats.
She lives in North Carolina with her husband and demanding cats.
Amber is going to share a little about herself as a writer and her latest book, Harmony’s Embrace. Welcome, Amber.
Does writing energize or exhaust you? It depends. If I’m in the mood to write and my muse is flowing, I feel energized as I’m burning up the keyboard. I just can’t stop the words or keep back my smile. Other times, I feel brain dead and exhausted as I’m trying to force out a complete, cohesive sentence. When I have writer’s block, nothing seems to go right, even in my personal life. It’s like a huge weight is on my shoulders, and the only thing I can do is step away from the project to find my zone. I usually have to play video games, read books, or work in the garden to get my creative juices flowing again.
Hey, romance addicts. Author J. J. DiBenedetto is joining us today to let us know all about the cover of her book The Queen of Emerald Falls. She also has a book excerpt and giveaway, so keep scrolling!
Hey, romance addicts. Well, I did it. I dipped my “quill” into BDSM. I released A Stroke at Midnight, a steamy BDSM romance just in time for New Year’s Eve.
Deja restrains hers growing desire to jump her Mateo’s bones. In the teaser below, she tries to satisfy herself instead of taking a ride on Mateo, who is sleeping on the living room sofa. Yeah, right, like that’s permeant solution. Enjoy!
*•.¸♡ 𝘼 𝙎𝙩𝙧𝙤𝙠𝙚 𝙖𝙩 𝙈𝙞𝙙𝙣𝙞𝙜𝙝𝙩♡¸.•*
Mateo is through imagining all the naughty things he can do to Deja’s body. Time to put all his kinky plans into action. He assembles his toys, determined to stroke Deja by the time the clock strikes twelve on New Year’s Eve.
Deja knows it is wrong to lust after her dead husband’s brother. She tells herself that Mateo only wants to help raise her son, but she can’t keep ignoring the way he looks at her and how it makes her tingle with desire. She can’t resist the call of his hot body, and she does not want to.
Is there a genre you would never try to write? Why?
Hey, romance addicts. I a new Monday, a new blog hop question. This week, it’s about exploring different genres to write. While authors should not feel compelled to extend beyond their selected genre, some may want to venture into new ones.
I recently dipped my “quill” into the BDSM Romance subgenre with the release of my new book, A Stroke at Midnight. Writing something different and the above question had me wondering if I ever wanted to write outside of romance.
Hey, romance addicts. I am excited that author J. Arlene Culiner is sharing how she finds inspiration and a teaser of her book Felicity’s Power.
Guest Post By J. Arlene Culiner
What inspires me as a writer? Absurdity. I love it. Silliness and bad behavior are equally delightful. Why? Because those are the things I need when creating pesky secondary characters or when I want to inject a little comic relief. The obnoxious woman in the supermarket this morning — the one who was picking up vegetables and ripping off bits she didn’t want as though she were in her own kitchen (I did tell her that her behavior was unacceptable and she went off in a huff) — or the neighbor who washes down the road in front of his house with cleansing fluid and a mop are grist for my writer’s mill. They’ll find their way into one of my stories, and won’t I be pleased.
#openbook Blog Hop - Who’s the boss, you or the story?
Each new story draft comes with a list of decisions to make a book publishable. While writing, many authors will choose to lean on their outlined plot or characters to flesh out their story. If they don’t, no worries, the plot or characters will do it for them, dictating the trajectory of the prose.
In this video, I talk about my tenacious characters and their obstinance in making sure I write them and the plot to suit them.
Hey, romance addicts. I have an new book for you guys…from me! A Stroke at Midnight is a BDSM romance that features Mateo and Deja, a couple who have been trying to keep thing platonic despite the heat radiating between them. This book is one in the steam-packed Love & Lust at Lockdown series.
I plan on getting more quick reads (books under 100 pages) to readers, who have asked for some stories they can read at lunchtime.
Hey, romance addicts. I hope everyone is having a great week. I have nice book teaser for you guys from Gayle M. Irwin. She is sharing an excerpt from her sweet romance, Rhiann’s Rescue and her take on holiday traditions.
Gayle M. Irwin
Recently, a few friends and I talked about our holiday traditions: baking, driving around town looking at Christmas lights; going into the woods to find the perfect Christmas tree; attending church on Christmas Eve and/or Christmas Day. We often bring traditions from our childhoods into our marriages and parenting, passing down stories, activities, and rituals to other generations.