Tag Archives: 'Kensington Books'
Inspiring Set Designs by Virginia Taylor There I was, years ago, removing zippers from used costumes, bored out of my brain, when a whole lot of motivated people dressed [...].
Why Writers are Different by Rick Reed Writers see the world differently from normal people. Here is why. When I’m on vacation my wife is taking in the scenery [...].
Home Cooked Meals and Memories by Melody Johnson My father is an exceptional cook. His rice and beans, stuffed peppers, sancocho, chili, goulash and oven-browned potatoes were meals I’d [...].
The Cities Below by Jen Colly Which cities? Below what? I see I’ve got some explaining to do. When I began writing about vampires I had one question that [...].
Sharing Secret Recipes by Peggy Jaeger Writing a book about a chef-lebrity comes with inherent conditions, one being, the person writing the tale should know how to cook. After [...].
Career Choices by Michele Hauf If I hadn’t become a writer I would have had two career choices: Brain surgeon or jewel thief. I feel quite certain both professions [...].
True love fresh out of the fryer! by Maggie Wells I’m a transplanted Yankee who fell for a slow-talking Southern gentleman and moved to the mid-south. There were a [...].
A House of Pleasure Reading List by Jenna Jaxon I recently wrote a blog post talking about the books I read and authors I enjoy, and as I was [...].
Work Sweet Work? by Ines Saint I always learn new things about my characters when I picture them at home or at work. There’s always a lot to explore, [...].