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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Blog Party!

Are you an author who also blogs? Today's meme invites readers to our blogs and websites to see what else we've been writing. 

In comments, share your blog topics for the week and website/blog link, then scroll through the participants and do some visiting yourself.  Have fun!

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Blog Party on Exquisite Quills!   #Thursdaytreat


Erin OQuinn said...

Wow! Right on time! Today I have a guest article on Paula Radell's Passionat Reads. Here's my promo for an article which explains how I have created some praise-worthy heroes in my gay romances:

Please stop by today, my friends. I'd love to get your take on strong men. I'm giving away your choice of four of my best novels in a drawing later today (Aug. 27) from among the commenters.

Racheline Maltese said...

My co-author and I do a periodic feature about what various romantic films have taught us about writing romance. This week, it's the 1995 Pride & Prejudice!

Anne Stenhouse said...

I take part in a monthly round robin and August's subject was about stereotyping. I've written a post and there're links to the others. Novels Now is here Scroll down a little.
Anne Stenhouse

Kate Hill said...

My Compelling Beasts Blog is dedicated to antagonists, antiheroes and paranormal creatures traditionally considered the "bad guys." This week's guests include Sandi Brackeen, Matthew Quinn Martin, and Kae Elle Wheeler. There's also a post about my 5 favorite werewolf transformation scenes from movies and TV.
Please stop by or if you'd like to feature your antagonist/antihero/paranormal character, feel free to contact me. Thank you!

Jacqueline Seewald said...

My guest post on Cynthia Woolf’s blog is on the topic: Why Read Romance? I hope you will join us and comment if you are so inclined.

Savanna Kougar said...

One Shade of Silver Wolf
by Savanna Kougar


End of August howls and yowls, shapeshifter lovers.

I've started what I hope will turn out to be a new series of flash scenes. We'll see, given my *who knows what obstacles are next?* life.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy. Because I'm pressed for time, I'm not even going to do a read over as I usually do, so please excuse any glaring mistakes.


One Shade of Silver Wolf

She'd known he could never love her. Not as she desired. Truth: she'd been seduced by his scholarly knowledge, by his extraordinary super intellect. Yeah, Einstein meets Carl Sagan, mix brains and stir. Then stand back in pure awe. That was Professor Edward Kingston.

During their two-year relationship, he'd treated her more than decently, and loved her in what he considered to be the proper manner. But at a deep emotional level the about-to-be chancellor, Professor Kingston, was bankrupt — as bankrupt as The Donald Trump had been four times in his entrepreneurial, meteoric rise to reality-show stardom.

Oh, she'd told herself Professor Ed would come to love her with a passion unparalleled. What a big fat lie.


Wishing you romance on the wild side…

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

P.J. MacLayne said...

There's a group of authors that do a weekly hop. This weeks topic was our favorite decade. You can catch my entry (and links to the rest of the hop) at