Rhianna and Audra Being Featured on The Fussy Librarian

logoMy books are being featured Saturday and Sunday at The Fussy Librarian, a new website that offers personalized eBook  recommendations. You choose from 40 genres and indicate preferences  about content and then the computers work their magic. It’s pretty cool  — check it out!

Author Interview – Joanna Lloyd

Shadow Beneath the SeaI am very happy to have historical romance author Joanna Lloyd with me today.  Her new release, Shadow Beneath the Sea, is now available.  Joanna has been kind enough not only to answer a few of my questions, but to share an excerpt with all of you!

Let’s get started in my Author Interviews section!

 

Author Interview – Moriah Densley

Song for Sophia Cover - Moriah DensleyToday, I am honored to have award-winning author, Moriah Densley, with me to share a bit about her background, her research for her new historical romance release, Song for Sophia, and how she indulges herself after a long day of writing!

Get to know this lovely RWA 2012 Golden Heart Finalist and winner of the Readers’ Choice Best Historical and Best First Book author in my Author Interviews section HERE.

Introducing Historical Author Amanda L.V. Shalaby

skylar author 2“I’m pleased to introduce a historical romance author who is also an avid historian. If you love escaping into a Regency world á la Jane Austen, then don’t miss Amanda L.V. Shalaby’s books!” – Moriah Densley, author Song for Sophia, 2012 RWA Golden Heart Finalist, and winner of the 2012 Readers’ Choice Best Historical and Best First Book Awards

Find me today at historical romance author Moriah Densley’s blog!  Moriah generously features Rhianna and Audra – with excerpts from both books!

Books With Benefits Reviews Rhianna

154996_540541429309902_781368667_n“Amanda L.V. Shalaby’s debut novel is surprising. Perhaps so different from other historical romances that it might not be too far to say that Shalaby is on her way to creating a new sub-category. For Rhianna is not merely an historical novel. It is a novel that is history.”

Read the full review at Books With Benefits.