Category Archives: Jenna Jaxon

Interview with Gerri Brousseau, Author of Enticed by A Laird

Welcome to Historical Romance Author Gerri Brousseau!  She has a new novella “Enticed by A Laird” which is coming out in a holiday anthology called Season of Surprises that is currently on pre-order. Gerri: As your readers may know, I have … Continue reading

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When Characters Take the Reins

I’m a plotter. I have been since day one as an author. All the books I’ve written have been plotted, sometimes for years, so when I sat down to write it was all right there and flowed like wine downhill. … Continue reading

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Reviews: To Read or Not to Read?

Last week I asked the question, “Do you write reviews?” And it seemed to me that many authors don’t, in fact, write reviews, although readers seemed to want to share their thoughts on books somewhat more consistently. This week I’m … Continue reading

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Truckin’ by Stacy Hoff

I’m hauling around quite a load lately. Not a physical one—it’s nothing that can actually be loaded onto a truck. No, the way I would send this load won’t even require a full tank of gas. In fact, my delivery … Continue reading

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Reviews: To Write or Not to Write

Do you write book reviews? I ask this of both authors and readers and wonder how different the responses will be. As a rule, I don’t write reviews unless I am simply blown away by a book and want to … Continue reading

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What Makes A Great Heroine?

An interesting question. There are many characteristics I could come up with, some of which you might agree with, some you might not. The article “What Traits Make a Good Romance Heroine,” by Roz Denny Fox, hits the nail on … Continue reading

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Polish Up Your Manuscript ~ It’s Rudy Time!

It is the first of August as I write this, and today marks the opening of my local RWA chapter’s annual writing contest. For the past three years it’s been called “Finish the Damn Book” in honor of Judi McCoy, … Continue reading

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