Friday, April 30, 2010

Guest Blogging!

Hi, this is Kate again. I'm going to be blogging tomorrow, May 1 at Gina Gordon's 12 Days of Sexy Times. It should be fun, so come by and see what scenes I've selected from my favorite sexy books of all time. Also, check out Gina's new book coming out May 28, called Wicked Ride. It looks to have more than its own share of sexy scenes!

I haven't seen any posts from Dana today, hope she's okay up there in the mountains...

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Dana's Diary

Dear Diary,
When I was told the assignment involved protesting dragons, I pictured dragons in their human form carrying signs and insisting on equal treatment under mining law or something. People need to be clearer when they request my help. Shoot, there it goes again. Someone is really going to get hurt around here.
Talk to you later,

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

New Book from Breathless Press

Sorry to interrupt Dana's diary, but I wanted to report that Breathless Press has just accepted Perfect Partner's Dot Com, the second in my Tales of Internet Romance series. This is a humorous take on the internet dating site scene, and I love working with Breathless, I'm really excited.

Dear Diary...

Dear Diary,
I don't have too much time to write today, because the dragon problem up here above Bentley, California is worse than I thought. It's just lucky I brought all my gear. Protesting dragons? ttyl

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Dear Diary, Love Dana

Dear Diary,
As it turns out, not everyone had my cell phone. Seymour didn't have it. I'm not sure why not, but he didn't. So I woke up this morning to the unbelievable, Seymour knocking on my door. I didn't even know he was in town. There's been a string of dragon related problems in a town about fifty miles south of here, right in the mountains. I'll have to head there later today and see if I can figure out how to fix the problem. It's very unusual, they're not flaming anyone or anything, they are protesting? I have no idea what that means, but I'm heading out first thing in the morning and I'll fill you in when I know more. Wish me luck!

Monday, April 26, 2010

Dana's Diary

Dear Diary,
What a day it was today! I thought the phone would never stop ringing. I live in a tiny corner of Nevada at the foot of the Sierras, so you would think that things would be very quiet here. And usually they are, but that reporter who was at the hotel the other night, when that woman was killed, apparently worked for some national gossip sheet. He, or maybe his editor, thought that I made a good story for their front page. Great, now people all over the country can get a gander at my working clothes while they wait to buy their groceries. Until today I had a listed phone number. But now that people think they've located an expert, they all want to find out if their next door neighbor or the librarian is a dragon. I can't seem to convince them that I can't tell over the phone about people I've never met. And not all dragons are villains. By about nine this morning I stopped trying to explain, by ten I was hanging up on them, and by noon, I just unplugged the phone, although I hated to do it. But my family and the police have my cell number in case of emergency. I'm going to bed! Nite .

Tuesday, April 20, 2010


Well...I got my first edits today and I'm anxious to get started on them. I can already see how my editor's suggestions will make the story move better as well as increase its heat.

Monday, April 19, 2010

Book cover for Finally, My Love

Well, here's the cover of Finally. My Love. Thank you so much Annie Melton, the artist to did this lovely cover for my first story to be published very soon by Breathless Press.

Friday, April 16, 2010

Finally, My Love News

Well, I've heard from my editor, Clarissa, and my cover artist, Annie, and I am incredibly lucky to have them, I can tell already. I'm not sure how much I'll have to do with my story, but I'm excited to see what she comes up with. As an editor myself, I know how much a story comes together with another set of eyes to help polish it up. I must remember that! And I can't wait to see the cover art! More news as I get it.

I really think online romance is a great genre in itself. Everywhere I go people are telling me their stories, and they have a fantastic happy ever after rating. Not once has someone told me that they met someone online and are now divorced from them. I'm sure it happens, and I know from personal experience that everyone we meet online is not the end all, but that's life. If you want to share your stories, we'd all love to hear them.