For the final stop on the tour, I’m bantering with Loc Glin about books, inspiration, life and writing.
👉 Read now: An interview at Books and Banter
Remember to answer the Day 10’s question for a bonus entry in the giveaway draw. Entries close very soon — stay tuned for the draw results over the weekend.
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The tour is almost over! Today, I’m on More Books Than Livros, talking about writing sex scenes that work. I love crafting a good scene and I could ramble on all day about this, but I didn’t want to overstay my welcome.
I’m super stoked that Chasing Sisyphus got a positive review too! Have a read. Think sexy thoughts with me.
👉 Read now: Details, anchors — writing a sex scene that works
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Rhys. I love that name. I went out with a guy named Rhys once, but he wasn’t the inspiration for this character. No, the Rhys I knew was (and still is) a writer who sports a dashing moustache and doesn’t much care for physical fitness.
Today, I’m visiting bookwork book blogger Amy Garnet of 6 Feet Under Books, talking about Detective Rhys Carver, the clean-shaven hero of Chasing Sisyphus, who doesn’t care much for writing and needs to say fit-as-hell for his job.
👉 Read now: Rhys Carver — a dossier
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Love music? I do too. I’m visiting romance author Gale Stanley at her blog today, sharing the music that incubated my futuristic erotic romance, Chasing Sisyphus.
It’s a playlist full of chunes. Give it a burl and answer today’s easy-as-pie bonus question in the giveaway draw.
👉 Read now: Music for love and danger