Week of Secrets Party!

I am a bit behind getting this posted as I have been severely ill…again.
I apologize to everyone for disappearing…it has been rough for me and it doesn’t look like it is getting any better…but I am hopeful

 Anyway, starting today we are having another blog party…a Week of Secrets featuring authors from the Secrets Volume 27 anthology and the author of Object of Desire.
Below are the bios for the Red Sage authors who will be guests this week.

secrets27Leigh Court:

Award-winning author Leigh Court lives in Southern California with her husband. She’s been writing since age eleven, starting with wild adventure stories for her elementary school newsletter, growing up to be a television news journalist whose assignments took her on real life adventures. After traveling most of the world, she segued into the more normal job of public relations, but she’s never stopped writing. Having seen what she has of life’s struggles, Leigh now writes romantic fiction because she wants her readers to be able to escape into a story guaranteed to have a happy ending! You can visit her at: www.leighcourt.com

Nicole North:

Nicole North writes sensual and erotic romance novels and novellas.  She is the author of paranormal erotic romance novellas Devil in a Kilt, Red Sage Secrets Volume 27 Untamed Pleasures, July 2009; Beast in a Kilt, Red Sage Secrets Volume 29; and (contemporary) Kilted Lover. She lives with her husband in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, but wishes she lived in the Scottish Highlands at least half the year. Though she holds a degree in psychology, writing romance is her first love. Visit her at www.nicolenorth.com

Liane Gentry Skye:

Liane Gentry Skye was considered the girl most likely to become a nun in high school. Upon graduation, she wasted no time rewriting her miserable destiny. Two marriages, one real life alpha hero and four beautiful babies later, she decided it wise to exchange her rhinestone thong for soccer mom sweats. These days, her walk on the wild side lives (mostly) in her imagination. You can visit her at: www.lianegentryskye.com

Hannah Murray:

Hannah Murray is a self proclaimed hopeful romantic, who loves banana flavored Laffy Taffy and hates horror movies. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with a very large, very grumpy dog who pretty much runs the show. When not catering to his needs, she can usually be found reading, watching old British sitcoms, or doing “research” with her boyfriend. She loves getting email from readers, and can be reached at hannah@hannahmurray.net

object of desireCalista Fox:

Award-winning author Calista Fox (aka Ava McKnight) began her professional fiction-writing career in 2004, following an exciting career in Public Relations, where she specialized in writing speeches and Congressional testimonies. She is the recipient of Romance Reviews Today’s Best eBook of 2008 for its category and a Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Sci-Fi Erotic Novella in 2006. In 2007, Calista’s paranormal romance, ONE WISH, helped launch the e-publishing venture for print publisher Red Sage Publishing, Inc. She has also been invited to participate in an anthology with two New York Times bestselling authors, and her work has been featured in Playgirl magazine, RWA’s monthly RWR magazine, Romantic Times Bookclub magazine and Publisher’s Weekly. She loves to hear from her readers! Visit her at: www.calistafox.com.

 These authors were kind enough to offer a prize this week.

One lucky winner will win a copy of Secrets Vol. 27, a limited-edition Red Sage “Secrets Society” pin, and a copy of Calista Fox’s Object of Desire.

Just leave a comment this week to be entered.  Every comment counts as an entry.  I will announce the winner on Saturday, July 25.

Check back shortly for the first post.

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13 Responses to Week of Secrets Party!

  1. Carly Carson says:

    Jennifer,

    I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve been ill, and, unfortunately, not in a temporary way.

    I hope you get some better news soon.

    Carly

  2. Pat L. says:

    So sorry to hear you are ill and hope things take a turn for the better.

  3. thatbrunette says:

    Jennifer, I’m glad you are back and blogging but, not glad to hear you aren’t doing well. We’re part of the same community so, let us help you when we can. Snag one of your regular posters or an author to be a guest blogger. We’re here for you!

    Thanks for scheduling another nifty week of guest authors. I like getting previews and inside stories.

  4. RachieG says:

    Get Well,
    Get well soon,
    We want you to get well!! 🙂 (song from Seinfeld!)

    I’ve never read a Secrets anthology, but they look SOO good! Looking forward to reading the posts this week!

  5. Shauna, excellent post!:)…and your heroine being a psychological expert probably experienced a bit of angst with what she was doing:) Did she ever try to diagnose herself before she gave up and just went with it?

    It sounds like a very good read, especially with the psychology involved.

    Loretta

  6. Kathleen Bittner Roth says:

    Great post – Intriguing concept! Using the psychology aspect I would suspect there is a bit of getting inside the mind and under the skin of the hero? I was married in a castle in the Highlands surrounded by 5,000 acres. In the woods behind the castle was a mini Stonehenge. What an awsome experience! There was a huge flat stone, about fifteen feet long and nearly five feet high, flat on the top, with a vertical stone on each side. We tried laying on the flat stone thinking it must be an altar. Nothing. But whoa, when we stood against he stone pillers on each side of the altar we got dizzy and made our heads spin. My husband said he felt like he was being sucked into he stone and flying back in time – and I am talking about a very pragmatic guy!

    Love the Title – Devil in a kilt!

  7. Peter says:

    I really liked this book too. My book True Love Is Not Common.html, has similar main characters. I grew up reading this author. Hope my book one day will reach many people as this author.

  8. Tootie says:

    I sure am getting some reading lined up. :-0

  9. Armenia says:

    Jennifer,

    I am so happy to find your blog through Sandy Blair’s newsletter. I’ve read SECRETS volume 2 and really enjoyed it.

  10. cathiecaffey says:

    I love theses SECRETS and so excited about Ms. Fox single title! Hey you take care Jennifer! Hugs.

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