The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 5

Over the next few days, Asmund put all of his returning strength to repairing the broken boat. At first the barbarian girl, Maeve, just watched him from the cliff when she wasn’t busy with her own work. But at midday on the second day, she brought him food and stayed, still watching at first, then … Continue reading The Viking and the Witch – Chapter 5

If she could read his mind, love – A romance writer’s take on POV

The biggest news in romance writing the past month or so has been the publication of Grey, author E.L. James' follow-up to her wildly successful Fifty Shades trilogy, written from the point of view of her problematic hero, Christian Grey. When I heard this book was coming out, my first thought was, "Jeebus Krispies, you mean … Continue reading If she could read his mind, love – A romance writer’s take on POV

Tender Bites Contest – I’m suppressing the urge to use yet another exclamation point . . .

Don't forget, kittens, I'm doing a contest!  The rules are simple - review Tender Bites somewhere on the interwebs, email me the link at lucybluecastle@gmail.com, and you're entered to win.  At the end of the contest I will literally put everybody's email address into a literal hat and draw out a winner.  And the winner … Continue reading Tender Bites Contest – I’m suppressing the urge to use yet another exclamation point . . .

Angelique

Another tasty morsel from Tender Bites, coming this weekend from Amazon.  This is the only first-person story in the batch, told from the point of view of Amadeo, the hunky vampire in question.  He goes to Paris during the Terror to do murder in the streets and ends up discovering his soulmate . . . … Continue reading Angelique