|Posted by Michele Zurlo on February 12, 2012 at 5:00 AM||comments (6)|
The Steam Room welcomes Shelly Bell, a fellow Michigan romance author, who is here to talk about her new release, A Year to Remember, and her struggle with compulsive overeating.
In my debut book, A Year to Remember, the protagonist, Sara Friedman, suffers from the disease of compulsive overeating. It affects every aspect of her life, both professionally and personally, although she refuses to see it. Compulsive...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Michele Zurlo on May 29, 2011 at 11:55 AM||comments (3)|
The Steam Room welcomes back M. S. Spencer
TSR: Tell us about Losers Keepers.
MS: Losers Keepers is set on the island of Chincoteague. It runs 68,000 words and is rated erotic (3 flames). My family and I have spent many wonderful vacations on the island and I still look for any excuse to go back and hike and kayak and ogle birds. So I came up with a plan to set my novel there, thus allowing a tax wr...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Michele Zurlo on May 22, 2011 at 5:15 AM||comments (15)|
The Steam Room presents author Jennifer LaBelle!
TSR: Tell us about Meant to Be.
Jennifer: Meant To Be is an emotional story about, love, loss and new beginnings. It’s ultimately about the triumph of forgiveness, love, strong family connections, and close friendships, as Jenna takes readers through personal growth, unique experiences, and some sizzling loving.
TSR: It’s a risk ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Michele Zurlo on May 8, 2011 at 3:00 PM||comments (17)|
The Steam Room is pleased and a little awed to have Jami Davenport as our special guest this week.
TSR: Tell us about Fourth and Goal.
Jami: Anyone who knows me personally, knows I love football.
Over the past few years I became frustrated with the football hero romances currently being published. In the vast majority of them, the heroine did not like or understand football, the hero often gave up the game for the heroine, an...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Michele Zurlo on April 30, 2011 at 5:55 PM||comments (15)|
TSR Welcomes Barbara Edwards. This week's format is a little different. Instead of an interview, Barbara is going to tell you a bit about the story behind her book, Ancient Awakening.
So let me tell you about Rhodes End, a small New England town. The setting for Ancient Awakening, the soon to be released Ancient Blood and the next book in the Rhodes End Series, tentatively titled Ancient Artifacts.
Rhodes End was born in a nightmare I had about t...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Michele Zurlo on February 28, 2011 at 12:40 AM||comments (0)|
The Steam Room Welcomes Karenna Colcroft
TSR: Tell us about Their Home Port.
Karenna: Their Home Port is kind of special to me. It’s the story of Reesa Boyd, a woman who hasn’t had much luck in love or in her career. After a failed date, she meets the owner of a local marine assistance towing company (if someone’s motorboat breaks down on the water, one of the company’s captains sails o...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Michele Zurlo on January 9, 2011 at 4:15 PM||comments (6)|
Let's give a warm TSR welcome to Regan Taylor!
TSR: Tell us about America’s Hero.
Regan: I love time travels, both reading and writing them. And I have a special Marine in my life. Well actually I’ve known a few of them quite well as friends and they are such awesome people. And then there is my absolute most favorite person in the world who is a Marine. They are often the unsung heroes...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Michele Zurlo on December 29, 2010 at 11:20 AM||comments (26)|
The Steam Room is proud to present author Jillian Chantal.
TSR: Tell us about Solo Honeymoon.
Jillian: It's a story based in London, a fictional vineyard in Italy and New York City. It has an element of romantic suspense. The father of the heroine is a one-named singer based in part on the 1960s icon, Donovan. When Emma, the heroine, finds her fiancé nak...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Michele Zurlo on September 5, 2010 at 8:35 PM||comments (1)|
The Steam Room welcomes novelist Larion Wills!
TSR: Youwrite in many genres. Which is the easiest and which is the most difficult? (And why?)
Larion: Idon’t know that’s it’s more difficult, but historical does take more time with researching to make sure I’ve got them using things that have been invented and are in common use at the time I have them using them. I can’t have them riding a t...Read Full Post »