Posted by: Jan Bowles - Wednesday, 30 January 2013
Hi, Erin. I see you have a new book in your “Noble Dimensions” series. Can you first tell us a little about the series?
Erin: Jan, I’m really jazzed to be back on your blog!
And yet more than a century before, around the time of the Civil war, this was a proud silver boom town that
provided precious metal to the cause
of the North during the war.
Jan: I see on the cover that this is the second in a series. Is it a continuation of an earlier book?
Posted by: Jan Bowles - Wednesday, 23 January 2013
Hello and thank you Jan for this opportunity!
I am a writer of M/M romance/contemporary/erotica -but I am very new to it! I’ve been writing for about a year, and self-published one book so far, though I have many other works in progress. Hopefully this year will entail me developing as a writer, and publishing a few more books!
Q. Where did you get the idea for With Regret?
Honestly? It literally just came out of nowhere! I just suddenly had this thought of writing about a couple going through a really emotional time, and went from there.
Q. Tell us a bit about the hero and heroine in With Regret?
Well, there’s Jacob, who’s sweet and loving, but sometimes annoyingly insecure and naïve. And then there’s Phil, who is…well…a bit of a sod really to say the least. He worships the ground Jacob walks on, but ends up hurting him badly by straying.
There is more as to why Phil’s the way he is though, which is uncovered as the story progresses.
Posted by: Jan Bowles - Wednesday, 16 January 2013
Posted by: Jan Bowles - Saturday, 12 January 2013
The Dom with the Dragon Tattoo.
Posted by: Jan Bowles - Wednesday, 9 January 2013
Today I have my first guest blogger of the new year. Please welcome Piper Kay. With a book published with Evernight Publishing and several more projects in the wings, we're sure to hear a lot more from Piper in the coming months and years. Read on to find out more...
Q. Where did you get the idea for, Twisted Cherry?
I had been reading a friend of mine’s MM erotica and loved it. I wondered if it was something I’d be able to write. So with some encouragement to give it a try, I did. I love men with tattoos, so I thought why not combine the two together and see what happens. Twisted Cherry was the result.
Q. Tell us a bit about the hero and heroine in, Twisted Cherry.
Gabe is definite the hero. He’s the gentle giant type of character. Being a bad boy in nature, he’s the very sexy and owner of the tattoo parlor. He got the patience of an angel and he’s biggest and kindest heart in the world. He shows Evan that it’s okay to trust his innermost feelings and teaches him how to grow on that.
Q. What are you working on right now, and what can we expect from you next?