This one was really fun to do. Drey asked me to write a blog entitled “How to Spot a Shoe-a-Holic” and I gave a little rundown of the three key components: Anatomy, Attitude, Accumulation.
I was so happy when Will and Kate and royal baby boy left the hospital yesterday. Love this picture from the Duke and Duchess’s website. Doesn’t it look like the baby is waving?
For this blog, I was asked about how I ended up writing Chick Lit. I discuss the different components of various literary sub-genres (women’s fiction, contemporary romance, chick lit, etc.) and how they all weave through my books.
Lots of fun questions about flawed heroes and heroines during this interview. Mentioned some of my perennial favorite romance writers, including Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Miranda Neville, Laura Kinsale, Amanda Quick, Judith McNaught, Eloisa James, and Julia Quinn.
In anticipation of the royal baby, today I am over at USA Today talking about secret babies and mother love in romance novels (and in life):
Fun interview and giveaway:
Am over at Talk Supe impersonating Sarah James and giving specious royal dating advice:
Today I am over at Fresh Fiction talking about the unlikely places we discover our own passions. For me, it was reading “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” that first got my heart racing:
This was the first blog I ever did “in character.” Sarah James gives “Shoe Tips for Royals”:
Here is a fun 30-minute chat with Sasha from Caribbean Accent and Sara from Harlequin Junkie. We covered lots of ground, talking about books, romance conferences, the writing life, and everything in between. This took place on Blog Talk Radio, Saturday, July 6, 2013: