I’ve been a little MIA, folks–I’m the first to admit it. Between settling into my first bonafide lovenest (stateside, that is) with my new husband (does saying “new husband” imply “old husband”? Because he’s the first, and hopefully the last!), finishing up the next Erotic Destinations installment, and pumping out this whirlwind blog tour, things have been a little cray!
That said, I’m here today to share with you some of the results of the recent goings-on. Love nest & cray-cray included. Here we go!
Pamaceeve started out the blog tour with this article comparing the most often-quoted advice for new writers: “Write what you know” with “Write what you don’t know”. What’s a new writer to adhere to? Find out here.
Coffee Time Romance hosted me for a fun look into how my own travel experiences in Rome influenced my latest story, When In Rome. Take a quiz to see if you can tell FACT from FICTION!
Paranormal Book Fairy has me on their blog to take a look at the releases, AND talk about the message I’d most like my readers to take with them (beyond the huffing and panting, that is…)
Over at Romance Junkies, there’s a little interview touching on key areas such as my perfect hero, and where I’d fairy-godmother myself to right now if given the chance…(hint: BALI!)
At Room With Books, we take a look at the Top 10 Travel Facts, as curated by ME! Did you know there are 61,000 people in the air above the USA at any given moment? OK, maybe you knew that…but what about the world’s most visited country? Do you know which one it is? (Hint: Starts with FR and ends with ANCE…)
I did a Q&A with Romance Reviews Today, and they reveal the most surprising thing I learned writing the most recent short story. It has something to do with Italian…and how LITTLE I speak it…
Over at Sheri Velarde’s blog, I talk about where my inspiration comes from…and it’s the oddest of places. Everywhere from bunk bed creaks in Rome, to stuffing gelato down my gullet…Really, I think the summary could be “I have no idea where the inspiration comes from, but the spark appears in the oddest places!”
Savvy Authors hosted me for a pseudo-college essay talking about the differences, and similarities, between the famous book Room With A View and my own experiences moving abroad 3 years ago and casting off social expectations (and being my own modern woman! EGADS!)
Over at Erzabet’s Enchantments, I talk about the sexiest scene I’ve ever written. Are you surprised it’s from When In Rome?
At Lynn Steven’s blog, I talk about the importance of due diligence in research. The difference can be between a believable humid summer in Cleveland, and a laughable trip to the oceanfront resorts of Cleveland. If you don’t know why this is so incredible, read on here…