Author Interview: DeeDee Lane

So it’s been awhile since I’ve done an author interview, but I’m jumping back into the fray with a special Thursday edition of an interview with fellow Wild Rose author DeeDee Lane. DeeDee’s latest release, My Law Man, is a time travel novella set in the Old West. Welcome, DeeDee!

Hi Marin and All,

My name is DeeDee Lane and this month I’m releasing my third novella in the Slip in Time Series—MY LAW MAN, published by The Wild Rose Press.  I live in Seattle, WA and I’ve been writing romance since 2010…I give myself that start date because that’s about the time I joined Romance Writers of America and made the commitment to write, publish, practice my craft, and hobnob with other romance writers.  I was inspired to write this book by…well let’s just say one word…Phebe. This heroine was so clear to me from day one and I just loved putting her in odd situations to see how she’d get out of them and fall in love at the same time.  So for this book I was definitely more of a “write by the seat of my pants” then usual.  I did the basic plot because I want all of the Slip in Time books to have a similar format but then I just kind of let Phebe take over.  Right now I’m working on the 4th book in this series, MY TRAVELING MAN, which is back from beta readers and in the final editing stage.

What book are you reading now?  Well, I’m going to have to come clean and admit it’s NOT a romance novel!  I know, I know…but I was in the King County Library and they advertised a book club meeting for a title they categorized as YA (Young Adult).  The book is WHERE’D YOU GO, BERNADETTE by Maria Semple and it is a book I recommend without hesitation. I went to SeaTac airport recently and I swear to you I was looking around for Bernadette!  This character is written with such vibrancy I was not only looking for her but wanted to find her. And yes, the book does take place in Seattle so there was some possibility in my mad searching…except Bernadette is a fictional character… oh well.  Put it on your “must read” list…along with MY LAW MAN!

I love YA–I read it all the time in between romances. 🙂 If you had a superpower what would it be? I would be HEALING WOMAN, able to cure disease with a single touch. The Daily Planet would report me swooshing through the world to spread health and well-being.  I’d wear a peach/pink sparkly cape, definitely NOT tights, and my superhero emblem would be a hand holding a heart.  This is perhaps inspired by a dear friend I lost to ALS in September 2015, yes still grieving and no, still can’t believe she’s gone.

So sorry for your loss, DeeDee. I know many of us wish we could heal disease as well. What piece of advice would you give to an aspiring author? Give yourself goals and deadlines. If you do that now you’ll be prepared when publishers, agents, and contests give you deadlines. I’ve always done this somewhat but then I took romance writer, Cindy Kirk’s, workshop on “Writing Faster,” at the Emerald City Romance Writers Conference. I’ll probably never match her output but I was inspired to make my goals accomplishable and motivating. So right now my four day goal is to finish three blog entries for MY LAW MAN’s release and finish edits on MY TRAVELLING MAN.

Excellent advice! Anything else you’d like to share? Three things I love about living in Seattle: Rhododendrons in the spring, recycling and composting are required, dress code is casual except for top executives and going to the opera.  Three things I don’t love about living in Seattle: Traffic on I-5 and pretty much all roads and highways, being far away from family in Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Texas. I’m a Seahawks fan until they play the Green Bay Packers–then it’s the Pack all the way.

Thanks, DeeDee! Best of luck with the new release!

My Law Man, by DeeDee Lane

perf5.000x8.000.inddPhebe Brooks is single, cynical—okay bitter—and fighting to stay out of jail by doing community service at the Cowboy and Western Museum. While cleaning a jail cell in the “Lawmen of the West” exhibit, Phebe slips back in time and into the arms of a man who resembles her first love, Rafe Morrow.

Newly hired as Eagle Rock’s sheriff, Rafe, a former sharpshooter in the Union Army, came west to start anew.  This seems possible until his town is overtaken by a sassy female constantly complaining about wearing a dress and then a band of outlaws set on robbing the gold from an incoming stagecoach.

Can Phebe and Rafe cooperate long enough to save the town? For Phebe, it’s worth the risk. She’s determined to let go of past mistakes, get herself on the right side of the law, and have a future filled with love and passion.

Buy MY LAW MAN at The Wild Rose Press

Find DeeDee on line at  http://www.deedeelane.com. You can also catch another interview on Lynda Coker’s Blog –
http://betweenthelinesandmore.blogspot.com/2016/07/catching-light-bulb-moment-with-author.html.

Author Interview: Beth Rhodes

Today on the blog I am delighted to welcome my friend and critique partner, Beth Rhodes. Beth’s newest book, Outside the Lines, is a wonderful contemporary romance which releases December 8. Thanks for joining me today, Beth!authorpic_Brhodes

Tell us a bit about you. Where do you live, and how long have you been writing?

I grew up in Michigan, where my sixth grade English teacher gave us a writing assignment. I wrote a story…and was rightfully admonished when I ended the story with, “…and then he woke up.” I dabbled in writing, but mostly read through my teens and twenties. And then in 2004, while pregnant with number 4, I had crazy insomnia. So, I wrote a book. …and the rest is history. I’ve been married to my husband for 16 years and we have 6 kids. Right now, we’re taking up space in Colorado but will soon be headed back to Georgia.

What inspired you to write Outside the Lines?

If I go way back to the very beginning, I would say this story came straight from my own life—minus the riches! I come from a Catholic family so when I was pregnant six months before getting married, there was some conflict involved. But after lots of years, I realized that it’s not really the start or finish that matter, but the journey. Love. I feel this story lots, but will say [for the sake of anyone who knows me]…it’s not mine.

What does your writing process look like? (Plotter, pantser, story boards, etc.)

I’m a plotter!! And I love it. Any time I try to start a story without doing some plotting, I fail miserably, getting to the end.

Me too. I wish I could fly by the seat of my pants, but it always ends badly. What do you do when you’re not writing?

I raise my 6 kids, for the most part, and love up on a good man. But I also like to read and hike and run and camp and watch television or movies.

I can see how raising six kids would take a lot of time! I only have one and I can barely manage. What are you working on now?

This question is complicated. I’ve been on the fence for a month or so and have started three different projects!! >:( All “nexts” in the series I have started. But, you’ll be happy to know, I settled on Book Three, Juan Rodriguez’s story. Which, btw, is going to be a little different. 1) it has an element of romantic suspense, and 2) the main characters have never met. When I started writing it, I realized that most of my MCs are familiar with each other already and that makes the transition to sensuous writing so much easier. LOL Anyhoo, look for it next year.

Many authors do detailed character sketches before writing, even if some of the details never appear in the book. Name one thing about either your hero, heroine (or both) that didn’t make it into your book, but is important to who s/he is.

My hero struggled a lot growing up [known!], and one time, he got into a fight with another kid at school who called his mom a dyke. Writing that scene was unbelievably emotional for me! Especially because he didn’t even know what that meant and had to ask his grandpa. David seems confident, but deep inside, he’s always been a little unsure about life.

Neat freak or not so much?

Not so much! My husband is the neat one. Which make his homecomings a little tricky.

LOL. I knew we were kindred spirits! Other than “butt in chair,” what piece of advice would you give to an aspiring author?

Keep writing and get into a [good] critique group!

Excellent advice! Thank goodness you guys let me into your critique group–you’ve all been lifesavers. 🙂 

Thanks so much for joining me today, Beth, and best of luck with your new release!

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by Beth Rhodes

For the first time in her life, good-girl Maria Rodriguez throws aside caution for an all-consuming desire. She wants freedom from rules and her family looking over her shoulder. She wants the love she’s only ever dreamed of. But then that love walks away. Jaded bachelor David March doesn’t believe in love. His fling with the pretty Hispanic woman from California is as close to feeling as he wants to get. Now, he’s back home, burying himself in work and trying to forget.

Shortly after he leaves, Maria finds out she’s pregnant. Her first leap into freedom results in a life-changing consequence. She knows she has to find him. But what she finds is not what she expects. David is not the down-to-earth man he portrayed. And the love she remembers has been replaced by cold calculation and contracts. He lied to her once. Can she trust that a marriage agreement will bring back the love they once shared?

Excerpt:

He stopped short in the doorway.

Maria and Mrs. Kraus danced across the hardwood floor in front of him. Maria’s dress revealed well-toned calves with each turn. Her feet moved quick and sure under her, and the older woman’s barely kept up. The ache in his neck eased when he laughed. “Not bad, Mrs. Kraus.”

“It’s the salsa,” she answered as the two women did a little turn. Maria’s hips—holy mother, don’t even think about sex right now—moved to the rhythm and then her shoulders dipped and shook as she lead Mrs. Kraus into another twirly turny thing.

He rubbed a hand at the back of his neck with a smile.

Sex. Sex. Sex.

Stop thinking about sex!

“You try it!” Mrs. Kraus let go of Maria who did another twirl and landed in his arms.

“I’m not much of a dancer.”

Maria kissed him lightly, laughing. “Everyone can dance,” she said, taking both his hands and moving him over the floor.

He watched her feet, which happened to be bare. Toes painted a dark red.

Sex. Sex. Sex.

I’m not thinking about sex.

Liar. He lifted his gaze to her face, her pretty brown eyes, and found her grinning at him and wagging those eye brows. Like she knew what he was thinking—the little devil.

Fabulous excerpt! The book is available now from Kindle Direct, or for preorder at Amazon.

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Author Interview: Lynn Crain

I am very pleased to welcome one of my talented critique partners, Lynn Crain. Lynn’s latest release is an erotic, paranormal romance, Night of the Blue Moon. Given this weekend’s blue moon, it’s quite apropos. Welcome, Lynn!Headshot-180x227

Tell us a bit about you. Where do you live, and how long have you been writing?

Right now, I live in Vienna, Austria. I’ve been here four and a half years while my husband works his dream job. Normally, I’m from the hot Southwest.

I’ve been writing since I was twelve. My first book was going to rival Gone With The Wind. Yeah, right…LOL!

Hey, you never know. 🙂 What inspired you to write this book?

A friend of mine asked me to critique her work and I said yes. As I worked through her story, it called to me. I then asked a lot of questions then sent her and the other two authors a proposal for a fourth book. This one would be about a brother the three sisters had no clue they had.

What does your writing process look like? 

I’m a total pantser though in reality, it totally depends upon the book. Anything over 50K and I’m writing down things to make sure I don’t forget something. If it’s over 75K, I really try to have a Bible for that book or series as I don’t want to make any dumb mistakes.

I’d be lost without Writeway Pro. I’m always forgetting secondary character names and eye color, but I can look them up with just one or two clicks. What do you do when you’re not writing?

I take walks, go to museums, hike or watch movies. They finally got Netflix over on this side of the world and I get to see all the BBC stuff first hand. It’s awesome!

I am totally addicted to Netflix–I might need to cut myself off. What are you working on now?

I always seem to have five or so projects going. My big one right now is called The MacKenzie Series and is again about siblings in a very rich family. The first book is done and with my agents but now I’ve got to complete the next two.

I’ve also got a short story series going and am preparing a few proposals for my agent in the fantasy romance realm.

Five? Wow! I thought I was crazy for having two or three.  So, many authors do detailed character sketches before writing, even if some of the details never appear in the book. Name one thing about either your hero, heroine (or both) that didn’t make it into your book, but is important to who s/he is.

When developing my hero, I got the weird sense he didn’t like creepy crawly things. That never shows up in the book.

Who is your favorite literary hero? Heroine? Villain?

I have so many but I’ll go with Rhett Butler as he was my first. Heroine…wow…that’s a little harder. I think right now it’s Katherine “Kitty” Katt from Gini Koch’s Touched by An Alien series. She’s pretty awesome. And the villains would have to be from those books as well. She has a new one with each book and one big guy that I haven’t seen yet who’s a real ass.

How do you come up with character names?

Sometimes, they come to me without thought. Other times, I have to do a little research, try a few names on until I finally come up with the right fit.

Me too. Name one thing about you that most people don’t know.

Garlic dill pickles and green olives with pimentos are two of my favorite foods.

Not at the same time, I hope! 😉 What’s first on your bucket list?

Live in Scotland for at least a year.

I love Scotland! Such a beautiful country. Other than “butt in chair,” what piece of advice would you give to an aspiring author?

It comes from a movie: ‘Never give up, never surrender.’ As writers, we always need to keep writing no matter what.

Excellent advice, and something I’ve tended to forget lately. What book are you reading now?

Bound to Secrets by Nina Croft. It’s a really great series.

Thanks for hanging out on my blog, Lynn!

Thanks right back…I really appreciate it!

Night of the Blue Moon, Blue Moon Magic Series, Book 4NightOfTheBlueMoon_LoRes
By Lynn Crain
Released: April 29, 2015

One father.
Two mothers.
Four siblings.
One incredible story about that special night which changes them all. Forever.

All his life Connor Angus hadn’t belonged. Finding out he was the long thought dead son of an Elite pack leader didn’t help matters. With that knowledge comes a family full of sisters, mystery and longing for things he’s not sure he has any right to obtain. One of those things is Cordelia Sinclair.

Excerpt:

Falling back into the kitchen cabinets, he briefly clutched his side. “Damn it, you’re just not going to give up easily, are you?”

“Why should I?” She eyed him cautiously.

“Because I could seriously hurt you.”

“Now why don’t you just give it your best shot then we’ll see just who gets hurt.”

The man slowly shook his head. “All right, now remember, you asked for it.” He threw a punch that landed squarely on the left side of her head.

Cordelia shook it off but it still left her ear ringing. Grabbing his other arm, she charged into his stomach with her head and flipped him over her back. He landed with a resounding thud on the floor next to the table and on top of the broken china. She was only able to stand there a moment, her sides heaving, when she was knocked off balance by his leg making a wide sweep. It almost knocked the air completely out of her but she managed to throw another punch on her way down.

He grabbed her fist and twisted her arm, picking her up and shoving her facedown once again on the table.

“You have no right being on top of me, so get the fuck off.” She gasped for breath, his added weight making it hard to even move a centimeter.

“You know, I think you’re a little bit sexy when you’re pissed like this. I can smell your pheromones. You want me.”

You can find Night of the Blue Moon at these retailers:
Amazon US
Amazon UK
Barnes and Noble
iBooks
Kobo
Smashwords
Inktera
Scribd

Bio: Award winning author Lynn Crain has done it all in her life. From nursing to geology, her life experiences have added to her detail rich stories. She loves writing full time as she weaves contemporary, fantasy, futuristic and paranormal tales, tame to erotic, for various publishers. Her home is in the desert southwest though her latest adventure has taken her to Vienna, Austria with her husband of many years as he works his dream job. You can find her on the web at www.lynncrain.blogspot.com. She loves hearing from her readers at lynncrain@cox.net.

 

Author Interview: Nina Croft

Apologies for my absence of late. June was crazy busy, and last week I was away for my anniversary–more on that in a future post!

My guest today is the very talented and prolific Nina Croft. Her latest book, The Spaniard’s Kiss, released this week. Welcome, Nina!

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Tell us a bit about you. Where do you live, and how long have you been writing?

My name is Nina Croft. I’m English but I live in southern Spain, in a beautiful area which lies between the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea.

I first started writing a long time ago, when I was working as a volunteer in a remote village in Zambia on the banks of Lake Kariba. This was long before Kindles, and I ran out of books to read with alarming frequency (I had a book-a-day habit to feed!)  A tragedy of gargantuan proportions. My only recourse was to write my own and so I began. When I left Africa, I put writing aside for a while until I moved to Spain around ten years ago, when I started to seriously learn the craft, how to plot, write, edit. Now I’m totally hooked.

Wow! A tragedy indeed, but I’ll bet that was an amazing experience. What inspired you to write The Spaniard’s Kiss?

The opening scenes of my latest release, The Spaniard’s Kiss, take place in Spain, close to where I now live. It’s a remote area, far from any shops, and where the local shepherd still takes his goats out every day and the vineyards are ploughed by mules.  Some people love it, some people hate it. The reasons behind that fascinate me, and so I started The Spaniard’s Kiss. Rafe, the hero, has a grandfather who was a shepherd here, and he hates the place!

What does your writing process look like? 

I’m a total plotter, though I don’t stick to one method. I’ve tried both pantsing and plotting and everything in between but found that I’m happiest plotting out before I start writing, usually down to scene level. Two main reasons—the first is it gives me time to get to know my characters before I write. The other is that I like writing fast first drafts as I think the writing flows more naturally. I can only do that if I don’t have to keep stopping and deciding what happens next. It also means I can concentrate on character motivations and reactions to events while I’m writing, rather than on what those events actually are.

You have far more discipline than I do! What do you do when you’re not writing?

I don’t quite have a book-a-day habit anymore because I spend so much time writing, but I do still read a lot. Other things are: Horse riding, I have a beautiful mare called Gencianna. Walking, I have three dogs. Pig-grooming, I have a three-legged Vietnamese potbellied house pig. As you can see my spare time is pretty animal-orientated. Also this time of year, I swim and go to the beach when I can—I love the sea.

Sounds very bucolic. 🙂 What are you working on now?

I’m currently working on the first draft of a book for Entangled Publishing’s Brazen line—hot contemporary romance. It’s called, Her Fantasy Husband, and it’s book 2 in a new series, Things To Do Before You Die. I’m also working on edits for the first book, His Fantasy Girl, which releases this October.

How many books do you have under the proverbial bed? Will they ever see the light of day?

Sadly, the book I wrote while working as a volunteer in Zambia, The Best of Intentions, will never see the light of day, but it was my first. Neither will my second or third…

I tend to work through story ideas when I’m driving or in the shower, both of which are, of course, places I can’t write anything down. Do you have any strange writing habits?

I talk through plot problems with my mare, Gencianna, while I’m out riding, though strangely she never seems to offer advice in return. I can sometimes get so engrossed that I suddenly realize where I am, and it’s not where I intended to be.

Probably much safer to do that on a horse than in a car, which is what occasionally happens to me. Can we see a photo of your writing space?

This is my writing nook, where I write first drafts on my laptop (when I can nudge Grunt out of the way.)

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Aww. Grunt is adorable! Neat freak or not so much?

Not even vaguely!

I knew there was a reason we get along. Other than “butt in chair,” what piece of advice would you give to an aspiring author?

Write what you love—it’s the only thing that will keep you going when things get tough. Which they will.

Very good advice! Thanks so much for stopping by, Nina! Here’s more about Nina’s latest release:

One kisTHE-SPANIARD'S-KISS-1600x2400s will change their friendship forever…

Widow Isobel Sinclair knows it’s time to move on, and she believes the next chapter in her life involves a baby. All she needs is a man to help her with the finer details. Unfortunately, right now the only man in her life is her husband’s best friend, Rafael Sanchez. And an incredibly wealthy, super-hot player is not exactly family material.

That’s okay since she wants a baby sans the husband part.

Billionaire playboy Rafael has carefully hidden his longing for Isobel over the years. He’s wanted her from the moment they met. When desire sparks between them, Rafael faces a choice beyond imagining: give Isobel what she wants…or lose her forever. He has a good reason why a child can’t be in his future, but telling Isobel the truth could destroy everything.

Excerpt:

A dull ache throbbed behind his eyes, no doubt caused by lack of sleep and exacerbated by the onset of insanity. That was all it could be—Isobel Sinclair was driving him mad. It was two days since she’d made her preposterous proposition, and he hadn’t felt entirely sane since.

Every time he turned around she was there—talking to some man. He hadn’t realized there were so many men about, tall ones, short ones, fat ones, thin ones. Their appearance didn’t seem to matter to Bella. Perhaps he should give her a little lesson in genetics, point out that she should be a bit more discerning if she was looking for someone to father her children.

Available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0105VHBCS

Find Nina on Social Media:

Author Website: http://www.ninacroft.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nina_Croft
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Author Interview: Alicia Dean and Giveaway!

Today marks a foray into new territory: author interviews!

Alicia Dean Tin Man Color (2)My first guinea pig guest is Alicia Dean, a fellow author at The Wild Rose Press. Alicia’s latest book, End of Lonely Street, was published on January 8.

Thanks for joining me today, Alicia!

Thank you for having me!

Tell us a bit about you. Where do you live, and how long have you been writing?

I live in Edmond, Oklahoma, although I lived most of my teen and adult life and raised my kids in Moore, Oklahoma. I have been writing since I was eleven.

What inspired you to write End of Lonely Street?

I am fascinated with the era of the fifties, and I am a huge Elvis fan. I thought it would be fun to set a story in 1957. And it was!  🙂

What does your writing process look like? 

I am a plotter, but not an intense, in-depth, graph and story board plotter. I strive to sketch out an outline with the inciting incident, the major turning points, and the black moment. Then I go through and write a list of scene notes based on what ‘might’ happen between each of those points. I turn the notes into crappy scenes, then polish those crappy scenes until I have a complete story. (I actually wrote a short ‘how to’ guide about my plotting process called ‘Find the Magic’ – How to Plot a Story in 10 Easy Steps.)

What do you do when you’re not writing?

I work a full-time job. I edit for The Wild Rose Press and freelance edit.  I watch a lot of TV, and I hang out with my family and friends.

What are you working on now?

The question should be what am I NOT working on! 🙂 I am writing a sequel to my Isle of Fangs vampire series and a sequel to my Northland Crime Chronicles series. I’m also putting the final touches on RUINED, my story in the Martini Club 4 series that I wrote in conjunction with my friends and critique partners, Amanda McCabe, Kathy L. Wheeler, and Krysta Scott. There are four novellas, and they are set in 1920’s New York. The stories are stand-alone, but are connected to one another, and all four are available for pre-order now.

How many books do you have under the proverbial bed? Will they ever see the light of day?

The first complete novel I ever wrote was called Lady Killer, and it is under the bed. The story line was pretty good, and surprisingly, it actually won a few contests, but I doubt it will ever see the light of day. I have too many new ideas to revisit a story that needs so much work.

I tend to work through story ideas when I’m driving or in the shower, both of which are, of course, places I can’t write anything down. Do you have any strange writing habits?

I don’t know if it’s a strange writing habit, but I always find images of people, normally celebrities, and I model my main characters after them. I make a Pinterest board of those images and setting images. I also hang a few on the wall around my computer.

Neat freak or not so much?

Not so much. I would like to be neater than I am, but writing and editing definitely come before housework, and I’ll never be caught up on either. 🙂

Thanks for hanging out on my blog, Alicia! Good luck on your release!

End of Lonely Street, by Alicia Dean

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Can she let go of the past, before it destroys her future?

All Toby Lawson wanted was to go to college to pursue her dream of becoming a teacher and to be free of her alcoholic mother and the painful memories of finding her and the guy Toby loved kissing. But when her mother nearly burns the house down, Toby must put her dreams on hold and return home to care for her. The only time she isn’t lonely and miserable is when she’s listening to her heartthrob, Elvis Presley. His music takes her away, helps her escape from everything wrong in her life.

Noah Rivers has always loved Toby, but no matter what he says, and even though she knows her mother initiated the kiss, and that he didn’t kiss her back, she can‘t seem to get past what happened. He soon realizes that the true problem lies in Toby’s belief that she’s not good enough for him and in her fear that she will be just like her mother.

What will it take to prove to her that she deserves to be happy, and that he would give anything to be the man to make her dreams come true?

Excerpt:

Nothing else calmed her and lightened her heart like listening to Elvis. She could escape into his music and all the bad just…faded away. When Elvis sang, there was no drunken mother, no failed dreams, no dying Miss Murdock. Toby didn’t only listen to his music, she felt it. It seemed to vibrate through her blood.

Although she was embarrassed to admit it, sometimes listening to him, watching him on television, made her all squirmy and hot—just like Noah made her feel. Especially that one night, when they had almost gone all the way.

Available on Amazon.

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