Monday, March 30, 2009

Everything but the kitchen sink...

Current Read: To Beguile a Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt

Happy Monday, Armchair Heroines!

My computer and internet service have been acting very wonky the past few days - maybe it's the snow and wind we've been experiencing here in Colorado? Apologies for being a bit absent.

In order to get all caught up and squared away, today is an "Everything but the kitchen sink..." day!

First, I have a contest winner from "Reader Feature: Deidre":


Email me at and I'll pass it on to Deidre so that you can get your prize!

A very special thank you to Deidre for being our featured reader last week and for offering up some booty for a prize. It was wonderful to get to know you a little better, Deidre!

Any of you AH readers interested in being a featured reader can drop me an email at the address above!

"Friday" Fiction (on Monday):

I was lucky enough to receive an ARC (advanced reading copy) of Elizabeth Hoyt's, To Beguile A Beast, and have been loving it! It's not out until May but you can read an excerpt here. I'm not quite finished, but if you enjoy historical romances, I'm betting you'll like this one!

Let me know and keep an eye out...I might just offer up my ARC to one lucky reader when I'm finished with it!

Book Trailer:

If you visited last week and checked out Deidre's feature, you might remember me mentioning my new fave vampire author, Lynda Hilburn. Here's the trailer for Lynda's latest release, Dark Harvest...

It's Spring Break here and my little noseminers are anxious to get out and have some "school's out fun", so I won't be blogging any more this week. But don't worry, I'm lining up some stellar features for the romance novel lover in you! Watch for an interview with 2009 RITA finalist Elise Chidley in April and 2008 Golden Heart winner Kris Kennedy in May. See you on Monday, April 6th!

Also, feel free to stop by MamaWriters where I'm talking about how breathing can help authors create a strong physical foundation for their writing!


Eva S said...

Hi Tiffany,
Legend of the Four Soldiers is a great series, I recently finished the second book, To Seduce a Sinner and I'm looking forward to this new one!
Lynda Hilburn is a new-to-me author,perhaps I should look for her books...Thanks!
Have a great week,see you on Monday!

Tiffany James said...


Howdy! Good to see you. :0)

I'm totally hoooked by Elizabeth Hoyt! I finished To Beguile a Beast last night and l-o-o-o-ved it! It's one of the best books I've read in a while. I'm going to go back and read the first two!

Lynda is awesome! Her books are more urban fantasy so the endings leave you hanging a bit, but I like that. You can also find Lynda's short story "Blood Song" in the Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance (just released).

Thanks! And a great week to you as well!

Tiffany ;0)