An Interview with Beth D. Carter

An Interview with Beth D. Carter

Oct 28, 2013

I like writing about the very ordinary girl thrust into extraordinary circumstances, so my heroines will probably never be lawyers, doctors, or corporate high rollers. I try to write characters who aren’t cookie cutters and push myself to write complicated situations that I have no idea how to resolve, forcing me to think outside the box. I love writing...

An Interview with Grace Lynn

An Interview with Grace Lynn

Oct 21, 2013

Grace Lynn is currently attending American Public University for her BA in Sociology. She’s in a domestic partnership of five years with a wonderful woman, Racheal, who she just bought a house with. They have a total of six furry family members—five cats and a puppy. Most of Grace’s time is spent keeping up with her homework, writing, or...

An Interview with Lyssa Samuels

An Interview with Lyssa Samuels

Oct 14, 2013

Lyssa Samuels is an advocate of human rights—especially when it comes to love. She has a deep need to show that love is love regardless of the genders of the people involved. In her upcoming series Royal Mates, Love’s Diamond, she introduces us to the world of Sanzel where the mating of two men is revered, and the miracle of men giving birth is the norm. The...

An Interview with Aimée Brissay

An Interview with Aimée Brissay

Oct 7, 2013

Born in Romania, land of the Iele and Vlad the Impaler, she spent all her life surrounded by books. She rode side by side with d’Artagnan and The Three Musketeers to retrieve the Queen’s diamonds, set sail on the Erasmus in search of the Japans, fell in love with Rhett Butler, and roamed the Wild West along Old Shatterhand. In her mind, she’d never been...

An Interview with Jorja Kish

An Interview with Jorja Kish

Sep 30, 2013

Jorja had to start a new phase in her life when her job of fourteen years came to a sudden end. The familiar was gone and the vastness of the unknown stretched to the horizon. So what did quirky Jorja do? She made a pot of coffee and decided enough was enough. It was time to take that leap of faith and do what she was meant to do, be an author. Since she could...

An Interview with Elsie Moore

An Interview with Elsie Moore

Sep 23, 2013

Elsie Moore is an educator by trade. She spends her time in her suburban home in Southern California cooking, reading, and enjoying life. Any cooking reality show is programmed to record at any given time, and she faithfully checks Siren-BookStrand to see which new titles are up for release. She is a mom to two children and two dogs and a wife to her husband of...

An Interview with Tedi Sinclair

An Interview with Tedi Sinclair

Sep 16, 2013

I am a military wife, a homeschool mom, and a hard-core crafter! Tedi made her first appearance during the most boring freshman English lecture of all time. When my physical body could no longer stand the droning, my conscious self retreated, and Tedi surfaced. Now, Tedi comes out to do crazy things like write erotic romance! She is also responsible for most of...

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