Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Book signing!

If you're in the Atlanta area on Saturday, I hope you can come see me from 4:00-5:30 at:
Atlanta Marriott Northwest at Galleria
200 Interstate North Parkway SE
Atlanta, GA 30339!

Sunday, September 27, 2015

11 Spicy Christmas stories for .99 on pre-order!!!

Are you ready for Christmas yet?

I've been ready since I wrote Naughty and Nice, my novella contribution in the Spicy Christmas Kisses set. This is a Rough and Tumble story, and it features Jesse Navarro. If you've read the series, you know that Jesse is a tough nut to crack, but his Secret Santa is just the woman for the job. :) If you haven't read the series, this is a great entry point for you!

There are ELEVEN different holiday novellas for only .99! You can't beat that for a deal, and the set is available at:


We're also on Goodreads, so visit us there!

We'll be doing a lot of celebrating for this set, and our blog, Spicy Christmas Kisses, will be shouting out all the giveaways, parties, and news! 

Friday, September 25, 2015

What We're Reading

Oh, wow, I've been a bad girl about keeping my reading to myself! But I've been on another YA tear, and here's what I'm currently absorbed in:

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

How can you not dig this cover? This is one of those books where the artwork just pulled me in, first and foremost. It's a YA cross between royal X-Men meets The Hunger Games, and I'm only referring to the latter because of the revolutionary stuff that's involved with this storyline. Red Queen starts out with a very HG-like gladiatorial set up but then soon switches to the elites versus the subjugated masses theme. With a superhero twist.

BTW, have you all noticed that revolutions have been a huge YA theme for a while now? Do you think it's just because "teens like to revolt against authority" or because of something bigger that's happening in this world? Interesting thought.

Looking for Alaska by John Green

Yes, I am on the John Green train (and, no, I am not related to him. I have been asked this before. ). I love his wit, and I can't tell you how many times I've laughed during my reading. I hear it's gonna be a movie (duh), and I'm sure it'll be just as light and lovely and charming and then heart-tearingly dark as The Fault in Our Stars was.

Cinder by Melissa Meyer

I haven't actually started this yet, but come on--like I'll be able to resist a retelling of Cinderella in which she is a robot.

What're you reading? 

Monday, September 07, 2015

Cover Reveal for Spicy Christmas Kisses!

Starting on October 1, this Spicy Christmas Kisses novella box set will go on pre-order! (Release date is November 3.) We've got 11 hot stories for you all, and mine is a Rough and Tumble sexy bad boy romance! (NAUGHTY AND NICE, featuring Jesse Navarro.)

Cover reveal time...

For more info, check out the blog or our landing page! 

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

What We're Reading

Another reading freak post!

I'm still reading The Devil in the White City. It's going to take me forever because the print is teeny. But I've added a couple YA titles and one thriller to my list!

1. Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter

I'm still at the very beginning, but who can resist this title? Bonus: Gena Showalter wrote it. I still can't get over that she was name checked on Orange is the New Black.

2. Firelight by Sophie Jordan

I actually didn't know what this one was about, but I'd heard good things about Jordan's books, and the cover is very cool. I should've known it was about dragon-type creatures! (See the girl's scales?) That makes this super intriguing to me, and Jordan has a poetic style that I like.

3. Those Girls by Chevy Stevens

I was writing the sequel to Terror Island, and I was in the mood for a thriller, so I checked this out. (Wouldn't you know it--the sequel is on hold for the moment as I write a secret proposal!) Anyway, this author is supposed to be pretty great, and I don't even know what this book is about. Do you sense a theme to this blog entry?

Have any of you read these books? What are you reading?