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A very explosive and heart wrenching story. A body is found and the DA is out for blood.



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Can a man who has lost everything find redemption with a woman who has everything to lose?



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Chill out at The Lounge with your favorite authors. Grab a drink and a chair and chat away!


 
Hi all! Laura was kind enough to ask me a few questions about my latest novel, CONTENTMENT. Be sure to check it out and comment to win a free digital copy! http://www.theromancereviews.com/interview.php?location=3376
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Grace Elliot (author)
What a Man Likes in a Woman (+ Amazon voucher giveaway!)
As an author of historical romance, there's no escaping the different role women had in the past. In the 18th and 19th century, for a woman to amount to anything she had to marry…and to increase the chances of marrying it helped not only to be wealthy…but appealing to men.
The sort of woman a man considered an ideal mate, was openly discussed…and enough to make modern toes curl. In 1913, (note: less than a 100 years ago!) The Strand magazine asked some noteable men of the day their views on ‘The Sort of Woman a Man Likes.'

F. Frankfort Moore wrote:
"She should confine herself to the language of angels if she wishes to be liked by men…Men do not want a polyglot; they want one who will put the kettle on."
(NB. Is your blood boiling yet?)

FOR THE FULL POST (and a chance to win a $10 Amazon eVoucher) visit:
http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.com
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Alison Chambers (author)
Amber Leigh Williams shares how she researches her stories. Readers, what people, places or things do you most like learning about through your TBR list?

http://alisonchambers.blogspot.com
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Dianna Hardy (author)
Ninfa, from Bookaholics Book Club has written up a great review of The Witching Pen http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=278574105490572&set=a.154670534547597.31229.135030563178261&type=1&theater

I have a chilled out day today (Sunday), so I'm in and out of this lounge :) Feel free to ask me anything you like about The Witching Pen, the series and my writing.
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Grace Elliot (author)
Love a brooding hero?
Then meet Lord Ranulf Charing!
Excerpt posted for 7 days only...
http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.com/p/samplesunday.html

Who is your favourite brooding hero and why?
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  Bridget (reviewer)

Terrific excerpt, as always, Grace!
As far as my favorite hero...Mr. Rochester always wins for me, but I'd have to add Jasper Renshaw from Elizabeth Hoyt's To Seduce a Sinner and Cam Rohan from Lisa Kleypas' Mine Till Midnight to the list, as well...That promise of something vulnerable and passionate existing under a rough and cynical surface gets me every single time...
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Joyce DeBacco (author)
For writers - until the end of the month you can get free advertising on this new site.

For readers - learn about the newest authors to hit the book world.

In the interest of full disclosure, my book is featured today at:

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Hope everyone finds it useful.
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Avril Ashton (author)
Today I'm over at Deep in the Heart Romance. Comment on my interview for a chance at winner's choice of my backlist. http://www.deepintheheartromance.com/
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Alison Chambers (author)
Read excerpts from Ilona Fridl's Dangerous Times Series: Silver Screen Heroes, Golden North & Bronze skies
http://alisonchambers.blogspot.com
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Grace Elliot (author)
WORD PLAY -
I've been working hard on the final draft of ‘Eulogy's Secret' and it's big decision time (drum roll!) Do I spell-check in my native UK English, or go for US English. The differences aren't huge and mainly come down to ‘parlour' vs ‘parlor' and lots of disappearing L's (dishevelled vs dishevelled) but it did set me thinking about dictionaires and (another tenuous link to excuse a blog post, the compiler of the first dictionary to include common usages of words, Dr Samuel Johnson.

FOR THE FULL POST PLEASE VISIT:
http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.com/2011/08/word-play.html
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  CarolAnn
Oops! That's what comes of using an iPhone. My post should obviously say 'SPELT differently'.
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  CarolAnn
Grace, I'm with Ann on this one. I don't think it matters. I'm British and read lots of Historical Romances written by American authors and I accept that certain words are slept differently and I certainly wouldn't ridicule an author because of that! That's plain ridiculous.
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  Grace Elliot (author)
Ann, I completely agree. I guess I need a thicker skin, because one reviewer ridiculed me for spelling 'dishevelled' with two L's! I guess consistancy is the thing - either stick with US or UK spelling...but hey, life's too short to worry.
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Ciara Lake (author)
The Ketchikan Man will be out with eTreasures in September. If you like texting and handsome men... you'll love Leea's adventure.
Remember to fill you life with romance!
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