I have been with the same web studio, Waxcreative Design, since before my very first book came out over 15 years ago. Four sites (three of my own, and Tule, too!) and over 100 promo projects later, I can’t say enough about how great they are to work with — I’m sure they are just as great to work for. They are adding to their team, and with the hope of hitting the jackpot and getting both a talented web developer and a reader, I offered to help spread the word: Click on the image above, or go to waxcreative.com/jobs. It’s not just my site — among their dozens of clients (including Sylvia Day, Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, Susan Andersen, and more), Wax is the team behind the … Continue reading Be a part of my website!
Wedding season is not over in Marietta yet and my guest today is another wonderful Tule author who has contributed so much to our wedding fun this year. Please help me welcome the lovely Kat Latham to JaneBlog! Here’s Kat to talk about Wedding Memories and her new release, Two Nights With His Bride! ~ For a romance author, I’m surprisingly pragmatic about weddings. I didn’t grow up dreaming about my wedding day. I don’t think I ever looked at bridal magazines till I started writing Two Nights with His Bride. When I got engaged in 2005, I picked out my wedding dress within about an hour of shopping with my mom. I think I tried on only four dresses. … Continue reading Kat Latham: Wedding Memories
Happy Mother’s Day! I hope you’re having a wonderful day. I’m enjoying a very lazy Sunday with my husband and sons before the five of us walk down to the pier for a special dinner together. Tule Publishing is also celebrating moms with a special collection of 13 sweet and sexy stories by award winning and best selling authors including my novella that won the Rita award this past summer, Take Me, Cowboy. Even better? This digital boxed set is just .99 through tonight, so if you haven’t downloaded it yet, do it today before the price goes up! Download a copy here: AMAZON | BARNES & NOBLE | KOBO | iBOOKS | GOOGLE PLAY I’m home for another couple weeks and then I’m kicking off seven weeks of book … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!
My readers know I’m a travel junkie. It’s my parents fault. They loved to travel and they would take us, their four kids, on as many adventures as they could. Thanks to my parents influence, I knew when I was in high school that I wanted to be a writer, and a traveler. I couldn’t imagine being tied to a desk job without any freedom. Fortunately, one of my first jobs out of college was working for a small regional airline (later bought by American Airlines) and my job was to sell these commuter planes, introducing them to travel agents and the public in the San Joaquin Valley. Metroliners were small, narrow, just 19 seats with no flight attendant or … Continue reading Travel Junkie
Hope you all had a lovely Christmas! We have unclaimed prizes from previous posts and if I don’t hear from the winners soon, I’ll be doing a big giveaway for the New Year with mystery prizes. So readers, if your name was picked as a winner on one of my recent blogs, please email me right away with your mailing address. I would hate for you to miss out on the goodies!
I think everyone knows that I find most of my favorite new authors through Megan Crane who knows great books, as well as my taste in books—emotional, tautly paced, compelling, and incredibly satisfying–and she raved about Dani Collins‘ first Harlequin Presents, insisting I read it. And Megan was right. It was fantastic. And so of course later, when Tule was founded and Tule was hungry for wonderful, compelling, sexy stories, we all thought of Dani. As part of my holiday countdown, I’ve invited Dani to join me on my JaneBlog, to talk about her Christmas story, and the connected stories she’s writing for Montana Born. Thank you, Dani Collins for joining us! I’m so delighted to have you here. – If you’ve … Continue reading Dani Collins: Community
I became a huge fan of New Zealand author, Jackie Ashenden, the very first time I read one of her books. Her strong writing style coupled with a sharp wit and intense, sexy characters made it all too easy to get hooked. Then Jackie wrote Never Seduce A Sheikh, featuring a bad boy who is also a Sheikh… two of my very favorite types of heroes rolled into one. Isma’il is a delicious bad boy and so very easy to fall in love with! What more could a girl ask for? Jackie and I had a quick chat about Never Seduce a Sheikh and bad boys and here’s what she had to say — Okay so I LOVE a bad boy. Especially their flaws because … Continue reading Jackie Ashenden: Sheikhs are the Ultimate Fantasy
I love stories about hearth, home and happiness, especially during the holidays and Terri Reed‘s Home For Good was a perfect fit. A sweet story that delivers on it’s promise of love and family and second chances, and packed with lots of emotion too. Terri is an award winning multi-published author with lots of romance and romantic suspense novels on her list of impressive accomplishments. She also loves to cook and I invited her to share one of her wonderful recipes with us. I’m so glad she’s writing for Tule! Please help me welcome Terri Reed! Thank you Jane for hosting me and for giving me the opportunity to write Home for Good. This story was born out of preparing for a … Continue reading Terri Reed’s Home For Good
Last week I met Katherine Garbera‘s billionaire hero, Sebastian Warren from No Rest For The Wicked. What an interesting experience it was! He’s hot and delicious and completely intriguing. With over sixty books to her name, Katherine Garbera always has awesome ideas for stories and I invited her to share more about the idea behind No Rest For the Wicked. Katherine Garbera on the ‘why’ behind her bad boy story… Sebastian had everything ripped from under him when his car crashed and his best friend died. Left grappling with a lot of questions as to why he’s still alive and Judd isn’t, he runs as fast as he can to ignore them. He’s living his life for two now, making sure that … Continue reading Katherine Garbera’s inspiration for a Wicked Bad Boy
I can be such a book girl sometimes, nothing makes me happier than talking books and themes. One of my favorite themes is second chances and that’s partly why I’ve really enjoyed Tule’s Homecoming series. Have you read any of the Homecoming books yet? Eve Gaddy‘s novella, Sing Me Back Home kicked off the Homecoming series. I read it some weeks ago but still find myself thinking about Jack and Maya. Such a sweet, delightful story about second chances and full of strong characters, it’s a quick read and has a good dose of humor and heat too. Eve was kind enough to sit down to a quick Q&A with me about Sing Me Back Home — What did you love best about the idea … Continue reading Eve Gaddy’s Sing Me Back Home