Tag Archives: 'Lyrical Press'
Where My Ideas Come From by Sonya Weiss Where did you get the idea for the book is the number one question that I get asked. The second question [...].
Playing the Name Game by Sharon Pape Names can be a lot more trouble than you might think–at least they are for me. The name I choose has to [...].
Traveling is Murder by Lynn Cahoon It’s my button slogan. A lot of times at signings, I get a chuckle, especially from people who travel a lot on their [...].
The Barn Doors are Open by Kym Roberts What’s in a barn? Who knows! That’s what’s so great about them. They’re a piece of American history I’ve always found [...].
Animal Characters by Kelly Moran Hello, everyone! Great to be here. Kensington/Lyrical launched the first story in my new small town rom-com series Redwood Ridge in February called Puppy Love. [...].
Destroying Those Old Stereotypes! by Jannine Gallant There are certain stereotypes prevalent in romance. The Alpha hero and the heroine who needs to be saved is one of them. I [...].
Romance in Texas by Gerry Bartlett According to a recent survey by Amazon, San Antonio, Texas is the number one most romantic city in the United States. That didn’t [...].
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 [...].