DISTANCE DATING? PROVOCATIVE EMAILS TURN UP THE HEAT

In Middle Ageish, my new novel, Sunny Chanel, the heroine, plunges into online dating. And emails a truckload of men.  Sunny lives in New Haven, CT, so even before she meets Noah, who lives  in Long Island, the emailing fun begins. It continues even after they meet. Sunny and Noah could teach us a few things about the art of the slow burn. Emailing is their passion in Middle Ageish, their way of heating up a…

“DON’T COME, I CAN’T MARRY YOU.” AN ARRANGED MARRIAGE GONE WRONG. OR MAYBE NOT?

Colleen L Donnelly writes Historical Fiction. She loves the challenge of taking what she feels in her heart and turning it into words on a a page that a reader can recognize as their own. Welcome, Colleen.  Why did you write this particular book you’re talking about today? I wanted to write a heroine with a longing for love we can relate to, but whom we can also laugh at because she reminds us of…

REMEMBER WOODSTOCK? JOYOUS LIES TELLS A STORY FROM THE ERA OF HIPPIE COMMUNES

Author Margaret Ann Spence created a commune in her new book Joyous Lies. Such fun! Check out the blurb, excerpts and photographs. Oh, there's a mystery, too.  Shirley, since your book and your website are about dating and relationships, let me tell you about the fun I had creating my fictional commune in Joyous Lies. Before the 1970s people actually went on dates. Could be one dud date, could be several good ones, could be exclusive…

CAN YOU PASS THE SMELL TEST FOR A SHIFTER? WELCOME TO PARANORMAL DATING

At a loss dating-wise? Distance dating during a pandemic isn't for you? Check out author Marilyn Barr's Aurora Turner, the heroine of Round of Applause. She's full of suggestions for a new kind of dating.    No luck finding Mr. Right? Try Paranormal Dating. By Aurora Turner, Heroine of Strawberry Shifters Book 2: Round of Applause I like to say I have been picky, but in reality, I don’t make it past the first date.…

VANILLA WITH A TWIST

Tandy Blakemore spends her days running her New England ice cream parlor, single-parenting her teenage son, and trying to keep her head above financial water. No easy feat when the shop's machinery is aging and her son is thinking about college. Tandy hasn't had a day off in a decade and wonders if she'll ever be able to live a worry-free life.   Engineer Deacon Withers is on an enforced vacation in the tiny seaside…