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Interview: LK Farlow, author of ‘Weather the Storm’

Joyce: Welcome to HEA, LK! Please tell us a bit about your new release, Weather the Storm.

LK: Weather the Storm is the third and final stand-alone title in the Southern Roots series. 800 more words

Contemporary Romance

Must-read YA: 'The Fandom' by Anna Day (and interview!)

The Fandom by Anna Day

What it’s about:

Cosplay ready, Violet and her friends are at Comic-Con.

They can’t wait to meet the fandom of mega movie, The Gallows Dance. 526 more words

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Born with Wings Interview

Visionary Fiction

Ellis Nelson interviews Bianca Gubalke

Today I welcome Bianca Gubalke to talk about her book, Born With Wings: The Immortal Life of Piu Piu… 182 more words

South Africa

Interview: Tara Sheets, author of ‘Don’t Call Me Cupcake’

Joyce: Welcome to HEA, Tara! Please tell us a bit about your new release, Don’t Call Me Cupcake.

Tara: Don’t Call Me Cupcake is a small-town romantic comedy with a splash of magic. 1,097 more words

Author Interviews

Down & Dirty with Rebecca Grace Allen, author of ‘Her Claim’

Rebecca Grace Allen, whose contemporary erotic romance Her Claim (Legally Bound # 2) is new this week, joins us to answer some rapid-fire questions.

First, about… 723 more words

Contemporary Romance

Interview: Kate Clayborn, author of ‘Luck of the Draw’

Joyce: Welcome to HEA, Kate! Please tell us a bit about your new release, Luck of the Draw.

Kate: Luck of the Draw tells the story of Zoe Ferris, a lottery winner (sharing the jackpot with her two best friends) who’s so far used her winnings to quit her job as a high-powered corporate attorney. 1,421 more words

Author Interviews

Behind the Pen with Susi Fox

It is such a delight to welcome Susi Fox to Behind the Pen today, chatting about her chilling debut novel, Mine.

From the press release – ‘Inspired by a nightmare she had herself, Fox has drawn on her experience as a doctor and mother to tell the story of Sasha; a woman who is adamant her newborn child is not hers.’ Are we talking about a literal nightmare that you had one night, or, and I’m almost reluctant to ask, an actual living nightmare where something similar to this has happened? 953 more words

Australian Women Writers Challenge