Why Tess Rider wrote Bring Me to Ruin

It’s a pleasure to be your guest today, Pauline. Thanks for having me....more

Why Marie Andreas Wrote Warrior Wench

Vaslisha Tor Dain is a mercenary starship captain with a few simple rules: A good ship is better than a great man, in case of confusion always err on the side of blowing someone's head off, and never fall for a telepath or a member of her crew. And it’s all about to go sideways in a very painful way.....more

Why Veronica Scott Wrote HOSTAGE TO THE STARS

Thanks for having me as your guest! I love explaining the behind the scenes of my new books here on your blog....more

#NotPretty When I Buy A Swimsuit

This is NOT me. It's not my new swimsuit. Be grateful. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.I bought a new swimsuit....more

Why Veronica Scott Wrote LADY OF THE STAR WIND

As usual with me, there were multiple things that caused me to write this novel....more

Sandwiched Between Past and Future

Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.So this is one of those symbolic posts with a somewhat symbolic picture.I saw this image in the hub’s Flickr feed and thought, oh wow, that’s me.I’m hanging on for dear life and I might have a few prickles out....more

Why Carysa Locke Wrote Pirate Nemesis

This book has lived with me for a long time. I started writing the first draft in 2008, while I was querying a dark fantasy novel to agents. I was supposed to be working on the sequel to that dark fantasy novel, but space pirates had taken over my brain, and I couldn’t not write them....more
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