Happy Release Day to fellow author and friend, Caroline Warfield! The Reluctant Wife (Just the title alone makes me want to read it) is available for your reading pleasure right now. You know you want to... It's Launch Day! Caroline Warfield is over the moon to finally be able to release The Reluctant Wife into... Continue Reading →
It’s A Party At Versailles!
Today, I have a special guest on my blog. His name is Jack Sharpe, and he's the adorable hero from The Long Way Home, Jessica Cale's most recent release from the Southwark Saga. Jack and Alice's story was released on Monday. If you like amusing, adorable romance, if you like historical romance, if you like... Continue Reading →
Can Antagonists be Redeemed? What Does Historical Romance Author Amy Quinton Think?
Thanks, everyone, for joining me on Tami Lund's Mad May Blog. And thank you, Tami, for having me here. I am so happy to be celebrating the release of my first book, What the Duke Wants, a fun, new regency romance, on your site. And we’ll have more about the book later… …But for now,... Continue Reading →
How to Write an Evil Character with Becky Lower
It's Mad May, ladies and gentlemen, and that means this blog is all about the antagonists. Those evil characters that are often necessary to the plot of our books. Today, I welcome Becky Lower to my blog, and she's talking about how one comes up with the idea to use unpleasant characters, and then how one... Continue Reading →
Virtue’s – er – Lady?
It's Mad May, folks, and that means it's all about antagonists, all month long. Today, we're going back in time, to Restoration London, where highwaymen and harlots reigned supreme. Okay, maybe they didn't *technically* reign supreme, but for purposes of this blog, let's assume. Because today, the author of this supreme series, Jessica Cale, has... Continue Reading →