The healing power of stories

Have you ever felt like curling into a ball and hiding in the corner because life’s just run you down? Have you reached for a book instead of giving in to that urge because you know a story will take you away to a mystical place where life delivers rainbows and love, heartache and happiness, Continue reading

Writing passion

Have you ever wondered how families deal with authors in the family who write in a genre they don’t read? Are they proud supporters, spruiking the books at every opportunity, or embarrassed by the connection? Romance is a hard enough sell for some  authors, but what if you’re a writer of steamy erotica? Lovely Cate Continue reading

Can there be safe harbour in a perfect storm?

SAFE HARBOUR When Darcy Fletcher drags a handsome sailor from a stricken yacht, she finds herself drawn into his mysterious world.  Having saved his life can she now rescue him from his dark past? Or will that endanger all she holds most dear? Noah, keeper of the peace and guardian of the Banskia Cove secrets, Continue reading

Alliance Forged

What kind of a host am I?? I invite Kylie Griffin to my blog and then go out and forget to leave the welcome mat out… My sincere apologies. I feel especially lousy as Kylie is such a wonderful supporter of other writers and does an amazing job of showcasing different genres over on her Continue reading

At Home with Monica McInerney

Today I welcome Monica McInerney to my corner of the web. I’ve been a devoted reader since I discovered one of her early stories, ‘Spin the Bottle,’ and now have a collection of her wonderful warm stories. She’s taken time out from her busy schedule to chat today. Monica, congratulations on your 2011 Romantic Book of the Continue reading

Fiona’s Family Farm

Fiona Palmer’s first novel, The Family Farm, has been a big hit since its release in July 2009. She’s currently working on her second novel and has taken time out from her busy life to visit my blog. So welcome, Fiona! Firstly, I must thank Helene for the opportunity to guest blog on her site. Continue reading