Fan2Author Interview with Becky Monson!

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000031_00006]b2bConnie: Becky, before I start with the questions, how about you tell us a bit about your writing career so far?

Becky Monson: My writing career started when I was working in an office and I was basically the only person there. It was incredibly boring. So I decided I was going to write a book. That was long before Thirty-Two Going on Spinster came out and what the story started as, is not what it became. I wrote the story over many years, stopping to have a baby and then picking it up again. It wasn’t until I heard about a friend who was self-publishing and doing fabulously that I decided to really finish it. It’s been a crazy and fun rollercoaster ride over this past year and a half. I’ve loved it!

b2b: What was your favorite book as a child?

BM: I would have to say Charlotte’s Web. I really adored that book. Still do.

b2b: Is there a book you’re never tired of reading over and over?

BM: I can read Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella over and over again and never get sick of it. Also the Harry Potter series.

b2b: Do you like reading classics and is there one that you’re embarrassed to say you’ve never read?

BM: I used to love reading the classics, but it’s been a while. I’ve never read Gone With the Wind. I know, I’m ashamed. It’s on my to-read list, though! So hopefully soon!

b2b: Is there a book that you recently read that you wish you had written?

BM: Oh my gosh – have you read any of Penny Reid’s books? If you haven’t, go get them now. She is so fantastic. Smart, witty, romantic. Anytime I read her books I think, dang it! Why can’t I write like her? I tell her that I want to be like her when I grow up, only I’m five years older. She’s an author to watch, for sure.

b2b: What’s a movie adaptation of a book that you loved or that you wish it is made?

BM: Well, I would love to see Thirty-Two Going on Spinster made into a movie! I think it would be so fun! A book that was made into a movie that I loved was Austenland by Shannon Hale. It was almost better than the book… almost.

b2b: If you were given only one genre to read for the rest of your life, what would it be?

BM: Chick lit, of course! It’s by far my favorite genre. I love that it’s an escape and usually a happy one.

b2b: What was the last book that made you laugh out loud, and what was the last one that made you cry?

BM: The last book that made me laugh out loud was Jayne Denker’s Picture This, which is a super cute book. The last book I read that made me cry was I’m Still Here by Kathryn Biel. Such a fantastic read.

b2b: During a thunderstorm – stay inside or sit on porch watching the show?

BM: I stay inside. Mostly because my kiddos are scared of thunder and lightning. And although he won’t admit it, my husband is too.

b2b: Flannels or Silk?

BM: Flannels.  I like the comfort feeling of it.

b2b: Sports car or SUV?

BM: Well since I’m a mom of three, I can only choose the SUV. I don’t know if I would drive a sports car even after my children grow up. My husband, on the other hand…

b2b: Cats or Dogs?

BM: Cats. But my husband is allergic so we can’t have any animals, which is okay with three young kids – I don’t need to add to the chaos. But when they are older and more responsible, I think it will be sad for them.

b2b: Champagne or Beer?

BM: Neither – I’m a Diet Coke addict. I swear I’m quitting this week, though (I say that 32 Going on Spinsterevery week).

b2b: Movies or TV?

BM: I used to love TV, but the more I write, the less I watch. I do love going to the movies with my husband, that’s kind of our thing. Unless it’s a chick flick, then he’s out and I so I go with my girlfriends.

b2b: What’s your favorite TV show or movie?

BM: The only show I make time to watch is Downton Abbey. I avoided it for a while, but then my husband got me the first three seasons last Christmas and I watched them all in just over a week. I ignored everything! Such a great show, though. As far as movies go, my all-time favorite when I was younger was The Goonies. It actually still might be my favorite.

b2b: Becky, thanks so much for stopping by b2b and we wish you great success with your novels.

BM: Thanks for having me! xoxo

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If you are a fan of chick lit and novels that make you laugh out loud, leave a comment and you may win a copy of Becky Monson’s first novel, “Thirty-Two Going on Spinster” and her new novel, “Thirty-Three Going on Girlfriend.”

Author pic 1bw smallerAUTHOR BIO: By day, Becky Monson is a mother to three young children, and a wife. By night, she escapes with reading books and writing. In her début novel, Becky uses humor and true-life experiences to bring her characters to life. She loves all things chick-lit (movies, books, etc.), and wishes she had a British accent. She has recently given up Diet Coke for the fiftieth time and is hopeful this time will last… but it probably won’t.
Author Links: 32GoingOnThirty / Website / Facebook / Twitter / Goodreads

Fan2Author Interview with Jane Lark!

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b2bMelanie: I’m so happy to welcome this author! Just love her books! Without further adieu, here she is! Jane Lark! Jane, before I start with the questions, how about you tell us a bit about yourself and your writing career?

Jane Lark: Well so far my writing ‘career’ has been very brief… my first book was published in May 2013, and then republished by Harper Collins in October 2015 as The Illicit Love of a Courtesan, but I have been writing since 2006 so since October 2015 Harper Collins have been pouring out my backlog, and I now have seven books released and three more are due out in the autumn. But I have always loved writing and wanted to write novels for as long as I can remember.

b2b: Can you tell us more about ‘The Lost Love of a Soldier’ and why you chose to write this prequel to ‘The Illicit Love of a Courtesan’?

The Illicit Love of a CourtesanJL: To be honest the only reason I wrote this was because readers asked for it. When I published the first edition of The Illicit Love of a Courtesan I immediately afterwards self-published a short story ‘Capturing the Earl’s Love’ (which was then taken off the market as Harper Collins contracted that too but it was not re-released until May this year). The short story shares the stories of two of the sub characters from the first book but at the time people kept thinking this would be the prequel and were looking for a prequel. 

b2b: How have your characters and their stories come to you and which one/s whispered the loudest for their story to be told?

JL: My characters generally come to me from elements of real people who lived out true stories at some point in history. From these true stories my imagination picks out elements and builds a patchwork of fictional Regency life. Initially I was not sure about writing the prequel, because obviously The Illicit Love of a Courtesan is about Ellen and Edward, and Edward would have no part in the prequel, and yet at the time people began talking about a prequel I was working on The Scandalous Love of a Duke, the story of Ellen’s son, John. The more I worked on that I felt Paul, who appears as a past character in two books, developing a personality of his own, and then because John was having such a difficult time accepting the fact he had never known his father, I felt as though I needed to write him, because then John could have access to him. I know crazy writers…

b2b: Which book you wrote might we be surprised to learn that you had the hardest TPLOAR JLtime writing?

JL: The Lost Love of a Soldier is definitely the hardest, initially it was only intended to be 15,000 to 30,000 words and just a fleeting visit to Ellen eloping, then following Paul into battle, like Capturing the Earl’s Love, which has gathered interest like a snowball on Amazon, but is really a very fleeting storyline, just to give people a bit of light historical entertainment. BUT then––I had to make The Lost Love of a Soldier far more true to fact than the other books because a) it had to follow what really happened in the build up to battle of Waterloo b) I had chosen an actual regiment for Paul to serve under in The Illicit Love of a Courtesan, and so I had to find out where they were when, to ensure the story was realistic. AND then––while I was working on those things, and discovering what the real soldiers and those that travelled with them experienced I knew the story had to be more than a shallow visit with a young Ellen.

2015 is the 200th anniversary of the battle of Waterloo, in the summer of 2014 the real 52nd Oxfordshire Regiment of Foot were in England, taking a break from war, before they were due to sail to America. I have worked with the military for about ten years of my life. I know what soldiers endure. I could not then write this book without respect for the real people who made the journey back to the battlefields of Europe which they had only left the summer before and where they had endured many incidents that would have left them with nightmares, and I could not make it a hurried tale, because by hurrying it, it would have become unrealistic and a bit bizarre to just dive into them in Brussels, the battle… and then..

jl ctelPlus it was also hard, because Paul is not the love of Ellen’s life. So the book could not center on the intense Romantic relationships I prefer to write. I have been married twice myself, and my second marriage is very different to my first. Ellen loves Paul, she is a seventeen year old girl in the 18th century who has never left her father’s estate, and never even been to a ball. She is entirely innocent, as many young women were in her day… And I wanted to honor all of that…

b2b: Is there a book you’re never tired of reading over and over?

JL: Katherine by Anya Seton. I just love that story. It also really moves me whenever I go anywhere the real John and Katherine lived…  Even though I know that Katherine is 95% fiction.

b2b: Do you like reading classics and is there one that you’re embarrassed to say you’ve never read?

JL: I like having classics on my bookshelf ;) I read them very rarely and general in short doses, the language in them is generally not all that flowing, let’s remember they were written for a very different generation of people. So while the stories are still great, the writing styles––not necessarily. But I did reread Vanity Fair while writing The Lost Love of a Soldier. There isn’t anything I would be embarrassed to say I have not read but youjl tsload may think it is a sin to say I prefer Vanity Fair, Tess of the d’Urbervilles and Mill on the Floss to Pride and Prejudice.

b2b: Is there a book that you recently read that you wish you had written?

JL: Probably the wrong answer, but no. I enjoy the things I write, I always want to write for pleasure. Especially as I still have to work and writing is an escape for me. Even The Lost Love of a Soldier was awesome being able to connect with people who took part in Waterloo through imagination.

b2b: What’s a movie adaptation of a book that you loved or that you wish it is made?

JL: There are two movie adaptations of books that I’ve read that I think are good ‘Troy’ is one. I bet that is not what you were expecting. LOL. But I love the film Troy! The other one was the recent adaptation of Jane Eyre, it is the only time I have seen Rochester portrayed in a way that makes you actually believe he could have caught Jane’s interest.

b2b: If you were given only one genre to read for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Just YouJL: Historical… Sigh… I love writing love stories, but I love being in historical settings and discovering things about the people who lived in the past.

b2b: What was the last book that made you laugh out loud, and what was the last one that made you cry?

JL: I don’t tend to buy books that make me laugh, I can’t remember one that ever has, and cry… I think One Day was the last book that made me cry.

b2b: What was your favorite book as a child?

JL: LOL Enid Blyton’s Faraway Tree series…. But by eleven I was reading Mill on the Floss and the Iliad. I was a strange child. I think I first read Katherine at the age of twelve.

b2b: What’s your favorite TV show or movie?

JL: My favorite TV show… ever… Time Team – covered so much. My favorite TV series, would be a toss of a coin between the 1995 version of Pride and Prejudice and the 1998 version of Vanity Fair, neither stories make good films because too much has to be left out. My favorite film currently Tangled, by Disney ;) Random!

b2b: During a thunderstorm – stay inside or sit on porch watching the show?

JL: Sit on a porch 100% I swam in an outside swimming pool in a thunderstorm once,jl ify my mum didn’t know at the time, and I was only 8. I loved it! (P.S. don’t do it, bad idea for health and safety you’d fry if it hit).

b2b: Flannels or Silk?

JL: Oh my goodness SILK!

b2b: Sports car or SUV?

JL: Sports car all the way.

b2b: Cats or Dogs?


b2b: Champagne or Beer?

JL: Beer, I am not a champagne girl. A good hearty locally brewed beer for me. Or even better a pale ale…

b2b: Movies or TV?

JL: Movies!!!!!!!!! <3 But like I say to my daughter reading a book is even better it’s like watching a movie for hours…. :D and while writing I get to be in the movie for weeks!

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‘The Desperate Love of a Lord’


Jane! I am so happy you had the time to visit with us! It was a blast to get to know you a bit better!

Bookworms, have any questions for our guest author? One of you will end up with a signed print copy of the gorgeous soldier on this cover!


AUTHOR BIO: Jane is a writer of authentic, passionate and emotional Historical and New Adult Romance, and a Kindle top 25 bestselling author.

She began her first historical novel at sixteen, but a life full of adversity derailed her as she lives with the restrictions of Ankylosing Spondylitis. When she finally completed a novel it was because she was determined not to reach forty still saying, I want to write.

Now Jane is writing a Regency series and contemporary, new adult, stories and she is thrilled to be giving her characters life in others’ imaginations at last.

Jane is also a Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development in the United Kingdom, and uses this specialist understanding of people to bring her characters to life.

Social Media:  Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Website | Goodreads

Fan2Author Interview with … Collette Cameron!

collette cameronBookworms, please help me welcome Collette Cameron to the blog. Her books are new to me, and the one’s I’ve read so far have impressed me. I’m so happy to welcome her today and I hope you’ll join in the conversation and ask her some questions.

Collette Cameron: Thanks so much for having me here today!

b2b: Collette, before I start with the questions, how about you tell us a bit about your writing career?

CC: I haven’t been writing all that long. I sat down at my computer in February 2011 and starting tapping out my first historical, Highlander’s Hope. After rewriting it twice and cutting the novel in half, I started the whole query process.

cc hhI was very fortunate to find a publisher in a relatively short amount of time, and Highlander’s Hope released May 2013. The next two books in the series followed with the final book of the Castle Brides Series, The Earl’s Enticement, releasing in May 2014.

I’m well into my next series, The Highland Heather Romancing a Scot Series, with the first book, Triumph and Treasure, expected to release this fall. I’m also a contributing author to a Viking/Highlander anthology and a historical Valentine anthology, both of which are expected to release early 2015.

As if that won’t keep me busy enough, I’m participating in an 8 book boxed novella set with seven other Regency authors.

I’m so glad school is out Friday, and I can concentrate on writing again. I’m only working very part-time from now on!

b2b: How have your characters and their stories come to you and which one/s whispered the loudest for their story to be told?

CC: Highlander’s Hope began with a single scene that popped into my head one day. I wondered if I could write an entire story around it. Not only did I do that, I created a cast of characters I so fell in love with, most of them get their own novels or novellas.

TheViscountsVow2_850Adaira and Roark from The Earl’s Enticement pestered me and pestered me to write their story from the moment I introduced them on the page in Highlander’s Hope. But I told them they had to wait until Vangie and Ian’s story in The Viscount’s Vow was told. They’d nagged me all through writing Highlander’s Hope to get their story written. My characters aren’t known for their patience!

b2b: What was your favorite book as a child?

I loved Mother Goose’s Fairytales. I remember my dad reading them too me over and over until I could recite them with him. I was only about three at the time.

b2b: Is there a book you’re never tired of reading over and over?

CC: I don’t usually read books several times, with the exception of The Flame and The Flower. That book was the first full-length romance novel I ever read, and I think I’ve always had a special spot in my heart for it

I’ve certainly read many, many incredible stories since then, but that book was the catalyst for me falling in love with the romance genre.

b2b: Do you like reading classics and is there one that you’re embarrassed to say you’ve never read?

CC: Umm, do I dare confess this? I write Regency after all. I’m whispering here. I’ve never read any of Jane Austen’s book from start to finish. Yes, I’m hiding behind my computer screen. I’ve watched the movies. Does that count? And I adore Georgette Heyer.  Can I score any points with that?

b2b: Is there a book that you recently read that you wish you had written?

CC: I don’t think I’ve ever wished I had written another author’s book, but I certainly can appreciate their work and their creativity. I might think to myself, “What a great idea,” or “Why didn’t I think of that?” but I’ve never wished the story was mine.

b2b: What’s a movie adaptation of a book that you loved or that you wish it is made?cc tee

As I mentioned above, I’ve really enjoyed all the movies derived from Jane Austen’s writing. I also adore The Count of Monte Cristo, and I just read The Bride Gift by Sarah Hegger which would make a spectacular movie. I think Ella Quinn’s books would make a fabulous movie series too.

b2b: Which book we might be surprised to learn that you loved?

CC: It’s not historical or even romance, but I’ve read Wonder to my class of third graders for the last three years. That book is amazing and teaches such an amazing lesson. I never fail to be touched and more determined to be kind after reading it.

Okay, so for the reading the book over and over bit above, I would read Wonder over and over to students.

b2b: If you were given only one genre to read for the rest of your life, what would it be?

CC: Can I just say historical romance? Then I can read everything up until about 1920. Yep, that ought to do it.

b2b: What was the last book that made you laugh out loud, and what was the last one that made you cry?

CC: The Duke of Morewether’s Secret by Amylynn Bright had me giggling. All of Amy’s books are filled with humor which is why she’s one of my favorite authors.  As far as crying goes, I don’t usually cry while reading a book, but again, Wonder made me cry.

b2b: Do you read your books post-publication?

I haven’t yet, except for editing purposes for the print versions. Maybe someday I’ll sit down with one of the print books and read it. That would be a very unique experiences, I think.

b2b: During a thunderstorm – stay inside or sit on porch watching the show?

CC: Inside, under the bed, with my cowering dogs.  Yes, I’m a chicken.

The last really nasty thunderstorm we had, lightening touched down about eight feet in front of me. I was putting my chickens up. Scared the pants off me. I literally crawled the rest of the way in the house and discovered my computer modem had been fried from the surge.

cc bjb2b: Flannels or Silk?

CC: Silk of course. Pink or blue please with copious amounts of lace.

b2b: Sports car or SUV?

CC: Oh, I’ve got my eye on a lovely white Toyota Highlander.

b2b: Cats or Dogs?

CC: I have both, but I’m really more of a dog person; especially dachshunds.

b2b: Champagne or Beer?

CC: Neither. I don’t like either one or wine for that n

b2b: Movies or TV?

CC: Movies. I watch very little television; writing all the time, you know!

b2b: What’s your favorite TV show or movie?

CC: Favorite movie is The Count of Monte Cristo.

b2b: Collette, thanks so much for stopping by b2b and we wish you great success with this series!

CC: Thank you so much!

And now it’s time for you Bookworms to be put in a hot seat!

If you had to give up your beverage of choice, comfort food of choice, or reading romance, which would you choose and why? 

GIVEAWAY! 1 eCopy of TEE/1 Winner! *US ONLY!

To learn much more about Collette, please click on her photo, or get in touch with her through her Social Media:  Facebook / Twitter / Pinterest

Fan2Author Interview with ….Tanya Anne Crosby!

HF TACTanya, thank you so much for visiting us today! I’m so excited to be able to help share in your new release of HIGHLAND FIRE [check out my rev here].

Your stories have brought smiles and laughter into my world along with taking me into a time and place that my soul yearns to be. The love and strength your characters hold within them is something that stays with me long after I’ve put the book down.

Will you share with us a little about who you are and what brought writing to your heart?

Tanya Anne Crosby: Leah, you’re so appreciated. Thank you. I can’t remember the precise moment when I knew I wanted to be a writer, but I can guess it was very early, based on the simple fact that at 12, all I wanted after getting my tonsils out—even more than ice cream—was my father’s typewriter. I spent my childhood with books, making up stories and imaginary friends, and I think it had a lot to do with the fact that I was a bit of a fish out of water. I came to the U.S. as a wee child, not understanding a word of English, and it took me quite a long time to “get my legs.” I can say this, though, I was never bored!

What drew you to medieval Scotland?

TAC: There’s something incredibly romantic about Scotland. In so many ways, we think of ourselves as the great melting pot, but in essence, Scotland did it before us. They are such an amalgamation of cultures and people—Gaels, Picts, Vikings, Norman-French and Bretons. And somehow they all converged upon an unlikely place for survival—the Scottish Highlands. The fact that not only survived, but managed to do it with zest is a testament to their inner strength and tenacity. What’s not to love about these folk?

Can you tell us a little about HIGHLAND FIRE and how Aiden and Lileas came to be?

TAC: I really wanted to write a story that captured the essence of early Scotland—a story that embraced the mystical elements of their culture, but which also accounts for some of our modern day beliefs—things readers can point to and say, aha, that’s where it comes from, I can relate. We think we’ve come so far in our enlightenment, but in so many ways, we’re just returning to our past. In essence, by choosing one of the most mysterious people in Scottish histories, I hoped to give readers a greater connection to a world long vanished. Of course, it’s fiction, and it’s my perspective, but I really get a sense of satisfaction when I finish a book and can almost feel my characters like a presence in the Universe. They are real to me!

When you write “The End” what do you experience? I’ve heard many authors describe it so many different ways. By the way, one of the things I enjoy about your books are we get glimpses of previous characters throughout your series. It’s never truly “The End”. 

TAC: Well, I don’t actually write, “The End.” But as I get close to the end, I can really feel an incredible burst of energy and every writer will probably tell you the same. You begin to lose sleep, eating happens at your keyboard (sometimes sleeping too!), and then there is both a euphoria over typing the final words and an accompanying sense of loss that sometimes keeps me tweaking the story until someone finally pries my fingers off the keyboard. And thank you! As I said, these characters are very real to me, so it’s fun for me to revisit them as well. I’m glad it is for you too.

How many stories do you have planned for this series and will we see Lael getting her own? I felt a connection with that one…. I do believe I walked a similar path in a previous life… full of spunk and ready for battle. I have a love for blades myself. 

TAC: Lael is next! Once Highland Fire is released, I’ll share the cover for the next book, tentatively titled “Highland Fury.” I loved writing Lael! She’s my inner badass! Right now, there are three books planned, but I can already foresee that it might be difficult to walk away, so we’ll see!

I love the way you fill your stories with the Old Ways. I feel they are an important part of Scotland’s history and its people. When you’re doing research, do you ever find the time has gotten away with you?

TAC: Absolutely! Research is one of the most incredible aspects of writing and I LOVE researching ancient Scotland. It’s one of my favorite eras in history, so it’s probably no wonder that it’s also one of my favorite eras to write.

You also write Contemporary Suspense. Can you tell us more about them and any other things you have in the works?

TAC: My contemporary suspense books are probably nothing like my historicals. They’ve been called Gothic, and have been compared to Hitchcock’s stories—which I’m thrilled and humbled by. But the one way they are very much like my historicals is that there is a tremendous focus on the people in my stories. Tell No Lies, which is due out in March by Kensington is part two of a story set in Charleston, SC. It revolves around a serial killer, but the story is more about three sisters and their estrangement and dysfunctional relationship with their now dead mother. In that story, I wanted to take preconceived notions about who people are, and how others perceive them. I wanted to give readers a glimpse of a deteriorating family, let them guess at what got them to where they are, and then literally pull the rug out from under everyone, so that everything they thought they knew was wrong – OK, maybe not everything.

I cannot wait to read this! Thanks so much for coming over to play!

GIVEAWAY: 1 signed print copy / 1 commenter! 

Tanya Anne CrosbyAUTHOR BIO: Put a menu in front of me and I immediately don’t know what I want. Fried green tomatoes with grits? Yep, OK. Fish? Sounds good, too. OK, so what are you having? I’ll do that too. When it comes to shoes–forget it. I end up buying nothing because I can’t make up my mind. Thank God I have a husband who has great tastes, or my closet might be empty. I’m one of those people who suffers from acute ambivalence given too many choices, but when it comes to what I wanted to do with my life, I’ve known that decidedly since the age of 12–and probably long before that.

It all began once upon a time after a tonsillectomy, when the doc advised mom and dad they should reward me with anything I wanted (the key word here being anything). All I wanted was dad’s typewriter. I got it, of course–a black, sporty Olympia I immediately set out to wearing the letters off the keys. So here I am all these years later, with sixteen books under my belt and a new one on the way … still wearing the letters off keyboards … and loving every minute

Fan2Author Interview with…

Sue-Ellen Welfonder!

Okay guys…. I am so excited about this release! Sue-Ellen Welfonder has a new book coming out. Grim is my all time favorite character. He played a role in her Highland Warriors series and he’s finally getting his own book, Once Upon A Highland Christmas. He will also play a crucial role in the Scandalous Scots series following this novella that launches the series. Once Upon A Highland Christmas will release on December 3rd. You can pre-order it now on amazon for just $.99!

Sue-Ellen WelfonderSue-Ellen is not only one of my favorite authors but one of my favorite people too. I found her in 2001 when she released Devil In a Kilt and fell head over heels for her writing. She’s one of only a handful of people in this world who really “get” me and our beliefs run identical. She’s funny, kind, and all around real deal and I feel blessed to call her friend! If you love Scotland and those brave, fierce highlanders and the strong women who love them, her books are for you. Her heart lies in Scotland and her stories do too and in picking up her books you’re guaranteed to be swept away to another place and time and set firmly down among the magical mist and beautiful rugged landscape that make up the highlands. Not only will I be giving away an E-copy of Once Upon a Highland Christmas but she will be giving away a signed copy of Seduction Of a Highland Warrior from the Highland Warriors series where Grim was introduced and a signed copy of her first book, Devil In a Kilt! So without further ado, here she is….

Thank you for joining us today, Sue-Ellen!

OUAHC SEWSEW:  My pleasure, Leah!  I’m delighted to be here, especially as part of your Push-A-Book party to celebrate bookworm2bookworm’s 3rd Birthday.  Thank you so much for inviting me, and for your lovely words.  I feel the same about you.  We’ve journeyed a shared path for a long while, as we have before and will again.  You know exactly what I mean.

Leah: Yes, I do :)

Can you tell us a little about yourself?

SEW:  I’ll share my ‘official’ bio and an ‘unofficial one.’

The official bio:

Sue-Ellen Welfonder is a USA Today Bestselling author who writes Scottish medieval romances for Grand Central Publishing. As time allows, she also writes as Allie Mackay, penning contemporary paranormals, mostly set in the Scottish Highlands.

Her twenty-year airline career allowed her to see the world, but it was always to Scotland that she returned. Now a full-time writer, she much prefers wielding a pen to pushing tea and coffee. She spent fifteen years living in Europe, using that time to explore as many castle ruins, medieval abbeys, and stone circles, as possible. Anything ancient, crumbling, or lichened caught her eye. She still visits Scotland when she can as such trips give her inspiration for new books

Proud of her own Hebridean ancestry, she belongs to two clan societies and never misses a chance to attend Highland Games. In addition to Scotland, her greatest passions are medieval history, the paranormal, nature, and animals. She enjoys long walks and bicycling, loves haggis, and writes at a 450-year-old desk that once stood in a Bavarian castle.

The unofficial bio:

My unofficial description of myself would tell you that I am old-fashioned, listen to classical and New Age music as I write, that I live, breath, and dream medieval Scotland, and enjoy living quietly.  Shabby chic suits me better than glitz and glam. Hate shopping except bookstore sand thrift shops.  I believe in Highland magic and love whimsy.  I also believe some people are born out of time and place, and I am sure I’m one of them.  (as are you, Leah!) 

If I wasn’t writing, I’d be out in the field fighting for animal rights, rescuing stray cats and dogs, saving whales and seals, hugging trees, and going ghost-hunting, always searching for a time portal to sweep me out of this world and back to medieval Scotland.

Leah: We are SO alike! [as she stated above, she also writes as Allie MacKay and these books are just as awesome as her historical stories are! Tons of humor along with the romance and paranormal.]

What started you down the road to writing?

SEW:  One of my own favorite romance writers encouraged me.  She was Becky Lee Weyrich,DIAK SEW the Queen of Time Travel in the 80s.  I loved her books and sent her a fan letter.  We became friends.  At the time, I was flying and I’d send her long snail-mail letters about my adventures in far-flung corners of the globe.  She told me that she ‘felt like she was there’ when she read my letters.  She urged me to write.  I balked.  I loved flying and never wanted to do anything else.  But Becky was a wonderful mentor, and eventually I wrote the story that became Devil In A Kilt.  It sold fast and then there I was, published.  So I just sort of fell into writing.

Leah:  I’m so excited about Grim’s story, Once Upon a Highland Christmas. We met him in your Highland Warriors series where I fell madly in love with him and we’ll be seeing more of him in your upcoming Scandalous Scots series. Can you tell us about Grim and Breena, the woman who claims his heart?

SEW:  Grim is one of those characters who stride onto the page full-bodied and breathing, alive and possessing such a powerful presence you’d swear they were real.  I’m convinced Grim is out there somewhere, just the other side of a swirl of Highland mist, looking on as we talk about him today, his arms crossed and a slight smile tugging at his lips, pleased (and a bit humbled) to be honored this way.

He first appeared in Highland Warriors where he was champion to Kendrew, the hero of Temptation of a Highland Scoundrel.  Tough and battle-hardened, Grim was Kendrew’s most fearsome warrior.  He is formidable with both a sword and a Norse war ax, which he prefers.  He’s also fierce-looking, being a big, powerfully-muscled man with smoke-gray eyes, wild black hair and his beard rings.  (beard rings are made from the steel of the swords of slain enemies)  For all his ferocity in battle, Grim is great-hearted and a good man.  He is loyal, a staunch friend, and he loves animals.  He knows he isn’t a ‘bonnie’ man, so he admires Breena from afar, sure that she would never even glance at a brute like him.

SOTHD b1 SEWBreena is a young woman who has experienced incredibly hard times.  She is Irish and was captured by brigands who raided her village.  Those men planned to sell her at a slave market, after they’d taken their own pleasure with her.  They brought her to Scotland and she was with them when they attacked a Highland stronghold.  Grim was in the party of neighboring allies who rid the castle of the brigands.  So he basically rescued Breena in the months before Once Upon A Highland Christmas opens.  Breena is strong and resilient, refusing to let bad things break her.  She adapts to her new home, coming to love the Highlands, and the clan that welcomes her so warmly.  She also loses her heart to Grim, but as he rarely even speaks to her, she is sure her feelings for him aren’t reciprocated.

In their story, the season’s magic and the enchantment of long, cold and dark Highland nights, full of stars and wonder, lend a hand in making them realize how perfect they are together.  Of course, secrets from the past could rip them apart before they can celebrate the joyful Christmas – and love – that they so deserve.

Leah:   What excited you the most about doing a Christmas Novella?

SEW:  Above all being able to write a story that sparkles with the magic of the season.  AnyoneTOAHS b2 SEW who knows me (or my work) knows that I believe in magic, especially Highland magic.  Christmas, Midwinter Solstice, Yule, whatever you call this special time, it is magical.  There is wonder in the air and everyone feels it.  Miracles can and do happen, hearts quicken with excitement, and love.  Add my love of winter, my own Christmas birthday, and appreciation of the season and all its trappings, and there you go.  I loved writing this story.  I’d always wanted to do a Christmas tale and was thrilled when my publisher asked me to write one.

It was also wonderful to have the opportunity to create a ‘bridge’ between Highland Warriors and Scandalous Scots. Readers familiar with Seduction of a Highland Warrior, in particular, might be happy to see a certain well-loved character find a happy ending of his own in the novella.  I really enjoyed adding that twist.  (it shows that it is never too late for love)

Leah:  Although the novella can be read as a standalone, it was nice seeing some beloved friends through the story. One especially was mentioned…Devorgilla. She always brings a smile to my face. Will you share with our readers who she is? (That is, unless she jumps in and shares Herself with us) ;)

Devorgilla aka Old Dev:  Herself is here, indeed, lassie.  You aught know that I have excellent ears.  I aye hear when my good name is mentioned.  Those who speak it kindly, better yet, in awe, will be greeted as friends.  Woe betide any tongue-waggers who dare whisper against me.  They might find themselves enjoying a fine hot bath in my cauldron or – if the mood strikes me – they might waken to discover they’ve been turned into a newt.  

I am the greatest cailleach in all broad Scotland, after all.  And although my home is the fair Isle of Doon, as my lady noted in her second book, Knight In My Bed, when she first saw fit to loose me on the world all those long years ago, I do get around as you moderns say.  My lady grants me entry to most of her books and I do take advantage, slipping across the pages, creating a bit of mayhem here, employing a dash of Highland magic there.  

SOAHW SEWI also visit my lady’s two blogs.  Don’t tell her, but her ‘Tarts’ as she calls her blog ‘regulars’ much prefer me to her.  Truth be told, I could rule the world if I wished.  But I am most content in my beloved Highlands and the pages of my lady’s books. 

Ach!  I see her coming back into her turret office, so I’d best slip away.  Not because I must, I do what I want, always.  But I like you and know you will be a-wanting her to finish her interview and send it to you.

Before I go, it should be said that I am small of stature, but mighty of spirit.  Some say I have bright, mischievous eyes.  And I garb myself in black, including fine black boots with red plaid laces. Now I am away.  (but I will be watching you – I’m right good at suchlike)

Leah: Love you, Dev! ;)

Your stories never fail to transport me straight into the past as if I were in the midst of the story itself watching it all go on around me. I’ve said before it’s like all my senses come alive reading your words. Do you draw most of your inspiration for your stories from time actually spent in Scotland, from research, or simply ideas as they come to you?

SEW:  Thank you!  That’s always a huge goal: to transport readers into the world of the story.  Yes, most of my inspiration comes from my time spent in Scotland.  I’ve been visiting all my life and until recently, went over every year, sometimes more than once in a year.  (I am not traveling these days because my dog is quite old and I do not want to leave him)  Every trip fuels my imagination.  Loving atmosphere as I do, I am most inspired by remote, empty places.  The wild places, magnificently bleak and so beautiful it almost breaks your heart to gaze upon them.  It’s always such areas that speak loudest to me, story-wise. 

Research gives me detail, little gems I can weave into a story.  I’ve loved Scottish and medieval history all my life, so was studying both long before I ever considered writing.  It’s a passion wholly apart from my writing and yet one that also serves my work well because I can use such knowledge to build a story world that, hopefully, will seem real and believable to readers.

Ideas that ‘simply come to a writer,’ are treasures.  This happens when a character whispers in our ears, revealing their secrets.  It’s pure magic and will usually be just what was needed’ to make a story shine.

Leah:  Your stories not only have well-loved peopled characters in them but animal characters whose personalities always shine through the pages. Can you tell us about your own little hero, Em?

SEW:  Em is my little hero, indeed.  He is a Jack Russell, almost 15 now.  He’s robust and healthy for his age, so I hope he’ll be around a good while yet.  We go for long walks every day and he shares my chair when I write.  He’s been on my lap, or sleeping behind me (on the chair) through every book I’ve written.  He’s a fierce and devoted protector.  When we’re out, he stops if someone approaches from behind.  He won’t walk if anyone is behind us, only continuing on once that person has passed us.  He gets upset if I am on the phone longer than he thinks I should be.  When that happens, he often goes along the bottom bookshelves in here, nipping gently at book spines until I hang up to stop him.  He sleeps curled against the backs of my knees and holds my heart in his beloved paws.  I’ve mentioned him in every book acknowledgment and he is always the small dogs in my books.  The larger ones are other dogs I’ve had.  (I was raised in a menagerie, loving all animals all my life)  But Em is special, dear above all others.

Leah: He holds a place in my heart as well even though I’ve never seen him. I came to love him through your sharing him with us on the blog. 

Sue-Ellen, thank you so much for agreeing to the interview helping me spread the word for your new release and for sharing in our Push-A-Book party celebrating bookworm2bookworm’s 3rd Birthday!

SEW:  The pleasure was all mine.  Thank you so much for inviting me.  It was fun and CONGRATS on the blog’s 3rdbirthday!  Woot!

Now I’d better step aside.  A certain black-garbed old woman is peering over my shoulder.  I think she wants to read the interview and so I’d best let her.  She’s not one to cross, as you know.

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Fan2Author Interview with…Victoria Vane!

Victoria Vaneb2b Melanie: Please help me welcome an Author that I just discovered a few months ago, Victoria Vane [although when I discovered her it was under the pseudonym of Emery Lee as I read ‘Fortune's Son’]

Since then I’ve had a pleasure to read her other novels and can safely say that she’s quickly become one of my must read authors.

I’m so happy she’s here with us today! Welcome Victoria!

Victoria Vane: Thank so much for having me, Mel. I’m delighted to be here-and so happy you enjoyed Fortune’s Son enough to seek out my other books.  :)

b2b: Before I start with the questions, how about you tell us a bit about your writing career?

VV: Writing was nothing I ever planned on. It’s one of those things that happened to me. I woke up one day with a story that wouldn’t go away and knew I had to write it. Fourteen months later I had a finished novel (The Highest Stakes) and my life has never been the same!

b2b: Since I never read the original, can you tell me if it’s easier or harder to re-tell the story, or writing it from scratch?

VV: In the case of THE SHEIK RETOLD it was easier because the characters and basic plot were already there. Moreover, the author’s voice was very compatible with mine. After that it was mainly a matter of deciding what to keep and what to discard from the original story and then putting my own particular spin on it. THE SHEIK RETOLD most definitely has my distinctive stamp in regard to character development and sensuality!

b2b: Victoria, you took my breath away with the descriptions of the setting, but you also captured Diana’s thoughts and actions so well that I felt every emotion she did. This story was told only from her POV. Why was that?


VV: Although E.M. Hull’s THE SHEIK was written in third person with only a few scenes/passages from Ahmed’s POV, I never quite connected with Diana. Part of that was certainly the way in which her character was originally portrayed, but given that the story was told primarily from her POV it only made sense to me to re-tell it in first person. First person allowed me to more fully explore her thoughts, motives, and desires. I also felt readers would empathize more with her character. I think first person also works in this story because it allows the sheik to remain a bit of an enigma.  ;-)

b2b: The hero of this tale is as Alpha as you could possibly make him, yet he still came off as fair and sensitive at times. Was it much altered from the original book?

VV: Yes. I think my version of Ahmed is much more complex and evolved. The original version of him seemed to have a streak of genuine cruelty that I have tempered, although it was a challenge to do this without watering down his powerful uber-alpha persona.

b2b: The intimate, explicit and erotic scenes in your books, which are very tastefully and sensually done, how hard are they to write?

VV: It’s VERY hard! My love scenes are exhausting to write because I try to pour so much emotion into them. I always try to use these scenes to reveal something new about the characters and to advance their relationship. Although I always have a clear vision of what I wish to portray in a love scene, I sometimes spend days on only a few paragraphs. It’s the emotion that makes a love scene compelling and memorable.

b2b: Cover Art in my humble opinion is really very important, and your covers are beautiful! I noticed you decided to redo Sheiks cover. How come?

VV: I loved the original cover as I felt it captured the mystery and enigma of the sheik. I thought it would appeal to a broader reading audience (general fiction and women’s fiction in addition to romance readers) but after a couple of weeks, when initial sales weren’t what I had anticipated, I began to wonder if my cover choice had perhaps put off some romance readers. Given that it is a very steamy romance, I decided to change the cover to better reflect the romance.

b2b: Titles are also very important. I wondered if you have help in coming up with them.

VV: Most of my book titles are my own. The exception is Treacherous Temptations which began as Dangerous Designs.  

b2b: Do you let someone read your work during your writing process? Who and why? Or do you wait ‘till it’s finished, then you let someone read it…and who?

VV: Although I do not work with a critique partner, I do have a beta reader who I met through Goodreads three years ago. After she reviewed my first novel we found we had a number of favorite books in common and struck up a friendship. She eventually offered to be my beta reader. She generally reads my books chapter by chapter as I am writing them, and then does a full read through when I am finished. She is a tough critic and does not cut me any slack for our friendship. Although she has enjoyed all of my books, I’m still waiting for a five star review from her. LOL!

b2b: What advice would you give a first-time author thinking of going into indy-publishing?

VV: Writing the book is the easy part. Promo is the killer. Sadly, according to the stats, most Indie authors (80%) sell less than 500 books. Very few people hit with their first effort. To succeed, you need to be both tenacious and prolific.

b2b: As a writer, I’m sure you read a lot. What do you read the most and what’s on your TBR right now?

VV: I don’t read nearly as much as I used to due to my aggressive writing schedule. In 2011, I read eighty-six books but only published two of my own that year. In 2012 I read thirty-five books and published six. This year I have read less than twenty books but have been working on seven!

Because I am so busy, I have become highly selective about what I read. I generally don’t dive into anything that has not been recommended by reviewers I respect. I just don’t have the time. Although I am now concentrating more on writing contemporary romance, my reading preference will always be historicals with a strong plot and historical detail. Incidentally, several of my favorite books in the past year have been by debut authors.

My favorite CR was Tangled by Emma Chase. For historical adventure I loved The Pirate Captain by Lynne Kerry. A great story with an exotic setting was The Wild Heart by Gina Rossi. My favorite Regency romance was The Duke’s Tattoo by Miranda Davis.

My current TBR is full of books by some great HR authors- Grace Burrowes, Cecelia Grant, Shana Galen, and Julie Ann Long to name only a few.

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b2b: Now, that ends up our ‘professional’ portion of this interview. Are you ready to get personal? Or are you going to chicken out on me?

VV: I am an open book! LOL!

b2b:  So, tell us a bit about yourself, something personal that you’d like us to know…anything that makes you comfortable…or not…like how many times did you fall in love?

VV: Wow! That is personal! Like most young girls, I experienced numerous infatuations early on, but have had only one real love— and we have been married for over thirty years. I am also happy to share that even after all this time together it’s still pretty hot!

What’s your favorite meal of the day (food)?

VV: I can’t count coffee? It’s the one thing I can’t live without!

Flannels or Silk?

VV: Absolutely silk! I’m very girlie!

Do you like to cook?

VV: We do eat a good bit of take out pizza at my house but I enjoy cooking when I have the time. I’m a pretty fair cook.

What’s your favorite spot in the house?

VV: My office. It’s my personal space. My sanctuary from the world.

Cats or Dogs?

VV: Little black and white dogs named Alfie.

Champagne or Beer?

VV: Champagne.

Your favorite time of the year?

VV: Autumn. Love the cool temperatures.

Movies or TV?

VV: Movies. I rarely watch TV unless it’s a period drama.

What’s your favorite TV show or movie?

VV: Love Downton Abbey and Last of the Mohicans.

GIVEAWAY: Since I recently rewrote E.M. Hull’s ‘The Sheik’, I’d love to know if there are any other classic novels (romance or other) that you would like to see updated or retold. My giveaway is winner’s choice of ‘A Wild Night’s Bride’ or ‘A Breach of Promise’.

EXCERPT: here.

BUY LINKS: Amazon/ B&N

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Rakes and Sheiks and Cowboys…Oh My!

Victoria Vane is an multiple award-winning romance novelist and history junkie whose collective works of fiction range from wildly comedic romps to emotionally compelling and intensely erotic romance. Victoria also writes historical fiction as Emery Lee and is the founder of Goodreads Romantic Historical Fiction Lovers and the Romantic Historical Lovers book review blog.
Look for Victoria’s sexy new contemporary cowboy series coming in summer 2014.

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Fan2Author Interview with…Charlotte Hawkins!

TBL CHWelcome back to b2b Charlotte!

It has been awhile since we had you on, so how about you let us know what you’ve been up to.

Charlotte Hawkins:  It’s been a heck of a year for me. I moved to Florida in March 2012. I started a new job, and it has kept me very, very busy. Sadly, I don’t get to devote as much time to writing as I would like, but I try to steal time when I can.

b2b: I was pleasantly surprised by Owen and Isabella. As I noted in my review of the book, their imperfections made them more down to earth, more real to me. Was that a conscious decision on your part? Tell us more about them and what inspired their story.

CH:  It started when I was writing My Lady Gisborne. Isabella was not supposed to be a major player in the Gisborne story. She was simply Rene’s lover, and not much more. But as I was writing, my imagination took over, as it usually does. I didn’t like the idea of a female character being little more than a plot device. The character kept coming back into my mind, and I started to think of her as a flesh and blood person – one with thoughts and feelings, a woman who had reasons for her actions, and ultimately, those actions had consequences. I started writing her, and the story just grew from there.

Owen was set in my mind from the start. He would be just like Guy – and yet, different. His upbringing was different, since he was raised in a loving home and never suffered the torments and disappointments his father did. Guy and Cassia brought him up to be a proper you man, which of course meant pursuing the knighthood, as most young men did in those days. Owen was raised to follow a certain code of morals. But of course, his Gisborne passions take over, and just like his father, once he sets his mind to what he wants, he will stop at nothing to have his way.

b2b: This story is parallel to My Lady Gisborne, which is no small feat, and told MLG CHmostly from Owen’s POV so I wondered what prompted the decision to tell it this way, and not continue from where the other book left off?

CH:  I had SO much to say when I was writing My Lady Gisborne, and Owen and Izzy’s story just kept growing in my mind. But I couldn’t cram it all into one story without it being extremely long and complicated. So I decided to give Owen and Isabella their own book.

b2b: I admire the risk you took by creating such a complex character as Lady Isabella. Not many writers would risk it by having her become a fallen woman before she falls in love with Owen. What made you pair young Owen with her and not someone else?

CH:  I wanted Owen to fall in love with someone who would be a challenge to him. Much like Guy, he’s stubborn and arrogant, and he needed a spirited lady to match his personality. Isabella’s passions are suppressed by her circumstances, but they’re brimming under the surface, and I like to think she and Owen would have a marriage equally as passionate as Guy and Cassia’s. As for the idea of Isabella being a “Fallen Woman,” it was my way of challenging myself as a writer. Could I create a character that readers would like and sympathize with, even though she commits adultery? Yes, her husband is a brutal beast, but the fact remains that she broke her marriage vows, possibly risking her life and perhaps losing her son in the process. As the writer, I was on her side all the way, but we shall see what readers have to say about her.

b2b: Which book of the three in this series was the hardest or the easiest to write and which couple did you like the best?

CH:  This book was certainly the most difficult to write. Going back and forth between this and My Lady Gisborne, trying to make sure the two stories gelled. That was hard enough. But in all honesty, it was hardest just finding the time to finish it. But I knew there were people who were waiting for it for a long time, so I kept pushing until it was complete.

I have to say that Evie and Simon are my favorite couple. Evelyn is my favorite female because she’s a lot like me (Sorry if that sounds conceited). I loved writing Simon because he’s my idea of the ultimate knight in shining armor (Who literally rides in on a white horse.) He’s proud, but not foolish. He’s tough as nails, but he has a tender side. And most importantly, he is completely devoted to the woman he loves.

b2b: Do you let someone read your work during your writing process? Who and why? Or do you wait ‘till it’s finished, then you let someone read it…and who?

CH:  I have several friends who read it and help me through the process. They’re a God-send.

b2b: As a writer, I’m sure you read a lot. What do you read the most and what’s on your TBR now?

TTGOGS CHCH:  These days, I hardly get to read at all. My job often keeps me running six days a week, so my free time is usually spent catching up on sleep. But when I do read, I enjoy mostly non-fiction work. I am a big history buff, and I love biographies of historical figures, so that’s what I usually pick to read.

b2b:  And that concludes our ‘professional’ part of the interview. Are you willing to share a bit of your ‘personal’ side with our bookworms?

CH:  Sure!

b2b: So, tell us a bit about yourself, something personal that you’d like us to know…anything that makes you comfortable…or not…like how many times did you fall in love?

CH:  In my life, I’ve been in love many times. I’m just a romantic at heart. I can’t say if anyone’s ever been in love with me, though. If my true love is out there, he’s hiding himself pretty well. But I’m sure there’s someone for everyone.

b2b: What’s your favorite meal of the day (food)?

CH:  Breakfast. I love eggs, especially omelettes.

b2b: Flannels or Silk?

CH:  Silk. I’m warm-natured, so I have to be cool to sleep.

b2b: Do you like to cook?

CH:  I love to cook. And my roots are country roots, so we learn early. I think I’m pretty good at it, too.

b2b: What’s your favorite spot in the house?

CH:  The recliner in the living room

b2b: Cats or Dogs?

CH:  Dogs. I love all animals, but I never had cats around me when I was growing up. Our family was all about the canines.

b2b: Champagne or Beer? 

CH:  I don’t like beer at all, and champagne is OK. But I prefer wine, either white or rose.

b2b: Your favorite time of the year?

CH:  I live in Florida, so we don’t really have a change of seasons. But I like autumn the best. Halloween is my favorite holiday.

b2b: Movies or TV?

CH:  Both.

b2b: What’s your favorite TV show or movie?

CH:  The Godfather is my favorite movie. At the moment, I don’t care for much that’s on TV. (I despise reality shows. Ugh!) But my favorite sitcom of all time is “The Cosby Show.”

b2b: Charlotte, you’ve been such a good sport! Thanks so much for stopping by and good luck with the new book. I really liked it a lot!

CH:  Thank you so much for featuring me, and I’m so happy you enjoyed the story.

And here’s the man who inspired the story….

I will give away a copy of “The Baron’s Lady” on Kindle. (US or INTERNATIONAL). I’ll use a random number generator to choose from the names entered. To enter, I want readers to tell me who their favorite member of the Gisborne family is and why.

RA GOGAUTHOR BIO: I was born in the Chicago suburb of Romeoville, Illinois. I grew up in the Midwest, but my family roots are in Kentucky. My parents were very old school, but everyone else around me was more contemporary in their thinking, so I was a bit of an oddball as a child. I was also an extreme introvert, which made it difficult for me to make friends.

That, however, led me to have a very great imagination. I became a writer out of necessity – no one wanted to hear my mind’s ramblings, so I started writing my stories down for my own entertainment. Lucky for me, I eventually found a small but loyal audience (Thanks, in no small part, to a certain lovely Brit actor) I love and appreciate all of my fans, and I hope I can continue writing stories that people will enjoy.

I moved to Florida in early 2012, and on top of being a writer, I’m a proud cast member at Walt Disney World. A dreamer like me couldn’t ask for a better job.

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