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Kathryn Le Veque was another totally giddy fan girl interview for me but in a rather unique way.  I originally met her when she was struggling to make a name for herself.  Wandering along the aisle at a book signing, I noticed her striking covers with medieval knights and castles on them.  Intrig

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I don’t know anything about literature but I know I like vampires. I also like ghosts, giant wolves, and I love pretty much anything involving an apocalypse.

I know it’ll be difficult, but I want you to take a good look at this picture of Weston Bouchér . . . Finished? No? Okay . . . Alright, alright, that’s enough. So, what was your first impression? The consummate bad boy? The raw epitome of a bad-A black sheep?

In honor of St. Patrick's Day, and inspired by a spate of Irish heroes in my latest run of contemporary romances, this month I'm celebrating all things Irish. First, let's talk about St.

In my high school English class I was one of the few fourteen year olds left who still liked to read. I was, therefore, the obvious choice to be offered the chance to take a day off lessons and represent our school as a regional judge for a children’s’ book competition.

One of the pleasures of being a cover artist is exploring books and genres through the marketing lens, working with authors over time to pinpoint trends as they begin and when the newest, hottest thing becomes dated.

Nowadays, it seems as though you can’t turn on the television without seeing an ad for a psychotropic medication.  These commercials promise that you’ll feel all better if you just take the right pill; all of your mental health issues will disappear as if by magic.

“The next week passed uneventfully despite the tension between the residents of the boarding house. Only Madam Fores remained oblivious. She complained about the fact Tarian and his cousin never accepted her invitation to dine.


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