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Friday, April 20, 2018

REMINDER TO REVIEW.

Hey gang, I'm on the run, but popping in real quick to post a gentle reminder to everyone.

Hope everyone has a fun and fabulous weekend ahead!




That's my story, true and terrific, and I'm stickin' to it.  Hang on tight now, 'cuz we're gonna go real, real fast!

Hugs.

Kayce

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Reader Interview: Nadine

Today I'm interviewing reader and blogger Nadine from the great state of New York. Her blog is called Nadine's Obsessed with Books. I think we can all relate to that, so I’ve included the link to her blog here https://nadineisobsessedwithbooks.blogspot.com/?zx=eeb3bf7647509e64

Lexi: How did you get into reading romance novels? 
Nadine: I stumbled upon a Harlequin romance when I was in the library I think I was in 8th grade. Fabio was on the cover ;)

Lexi: Hmm, I think he was on most covers then LOL What makes you happy? 
Nadine: My family, I have four children...or should I say adult children. The oldest recently got married and the youngest is in College

Lexi: Tell me about your significant other.  
Nadine: I married my best friend the best man I have ever known, he is truly someone that will give you the shirt off his back and he does whatever needs to be done for those he loves. 
  
Lexi: He sounds wonderful! What’s your favorite dessert? 
Nadine: It's a tie Bananas Foster and Creme Brulee 

Lexi: OMG! I love both of those!! What types of romances do you like to read? 
Nadine: I enjoy all types of Romance Novels the spicier the better. 

Lexi: How many hours a week do you spend reading romance? 
Nadine: I'm not sure but I would have to say it has to be about 20 hours if not more, I hardly watch TV and I always have my kindle with me when I'm out so if I have a couple of minutes I am reading. I average 3-4 books a week sometimes more depending on the length of each book and how much time I have available. 

Lexi: Who made the biggest impact on your life? 
Nadine: My godmother whom we lost just before the holidays this past December. She is the one that really taught me how to cook and gave me the love for a big family....and so much more.

Lexi: I’m so sorry you lost her. It sounds like she was a great influence on your life and is greatly missed
If you could go on an all expense paid vacation anywhere in the world, where would you go? Why? 
Nadine: I have always wanted to go to Ireland. My mom was born and raised there and I still have some family there that I have never met.

Lexi: Oh, that would be fun! How many books do have in your “To Be Read” pile (means you’ve bought them but still need to read)? 

Nadine: According to Amazon I own 18,915 books and according to my Goodreads account I have read 2,112 so I guess that means I have 16,803 on my real TBR shelf...guess you can say I have a one-click freebie addiction ;)

Lexi: Wow! What do you do for fun (besides reading romance novels)? 
Nadine: Watching my youngest play baseball is one of my favorite non reading activities

Lexi: Oh, I bet! What did you think you’d be when you grew up? 
Nadine: I always thought I would be a lawyer, family law was something I was really interested in but unfortunately it wasn't in the cards for me.

Lexi: What color eyes do you have?  

Nadine: Brown, boring and the least favorite eye color in romance novels

Lexi: Really? I use brown a lot! I love that color because there are so many shades😊 How old do you think is perfect for a hero? 
Nadine: 30-45

Lexi: What are you afraid of?
Nadine: Heights

Lexi: Okay, time for the quickies. Dark-haired hero or light-haired? Nadine: light
Lexi: Vanilla or chocolate? Nadine: Chocolate
Lexi: Hot and spicy or sweet and chaste? Nadine: hot and spicy
Lexi: Spicy food or not spicy? Nadine: both
Lexi: Beard or no beard? Nadine: no beard
Lexi: Hot weather or cold? Nadine: hot
Lexi: Chest hair or no chest hair? Nadine: no 
Lexi: Morning person or night person? Nadine: morning
Lexi: Rich hero or blue-collar hero? Nadine: blue-collar
Lexi: Coffee or tea? Nadine: coffee
Lexi: Beach or mountains? Nadine: beach
Lexi: Cats or dogs? Nadine: dogs 
Lexi: Hero with long hair or short? Nadine: long
Lexi: Rent or own? Nadine: own
Lexi: Working or retired? Nadine: working
Lexi: Blonde heroine or brunette? Nadine: brunette
Lexi: City or town? Nadine: town
Lexi: Cook or eat out? Nadine: cook
Lexi: Tattoos or no tattoos? Nadine: tattoos
Lexi: Pajamas or naked? Nadine: pajamas

Lexi: It was so great to learn more about you, Nadine! Thank you for visiting with me 😊 

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Guest Interview with Melissa Haag


Hi All,

I met Melissa Haag at a publishing workshop. I can honestly say she is fabulous, both in writing and just being an awesome person. I've already read one of her books in the short weeks following the workshop and I'm starting a second. So, naturally, I had to interview her for the blog. If you're a paranormal/fantasy romance fan, then she's the author for you. Of course, I've never read much paranormal before this point and I think she might have converted me. Very sneaky, Melissa. 


When did you start writing?


I wrote my first book in high school for an English class.  I never intended to become an author; my love of romance novels spurred my imagination and probably made my teacher regret the assignment.  My “paper” was by far the longest in class coming in at 30(ish) typed pages.


You write paranormal romance (adult and YA).  What fascinates you about this genre?


I’ve always taken the stance that life is real enough, so the books I read shouldn’t be.  Plus, supernatural creatures.  What’s cooler than that?



Who is your favorite character that you've written?


HAHAHA!  This is like picking a favorite child.  It shouldn’t be done.  

However…I love the sass in my heroines this year.  Eden, the main character in Demon Escape (written under my adult pen name M.J. Haag), gives her romantic interest a run for his money. There were many nights editing where my husband asked what I was laughing at.  Likewise, Megan, the main character in Fury Frayed, had so many sassy comments, readers were begging for the second release immediately after finishing.



Does your husband read your books?


He’s read one, as a proofreader.  He’s more of a newspaper reader than a book reader, so I appreciate that he made it through one.  ;)




You have over 30 books.  Where should a new reader begin?

Well, that depends on a reader’s taste.


The Judgement of the Six series is perfect for werewolf fans and starts with Hope(less).

The Beastly Tales is perfect for fans of adult Beauty and the Beast retellings.  Start with Depravity.


The Resurrection Chronicles is spot on for fans of the Walking Dead and Romance Novels.  Best of both worlds!  Be sure to start with Demon Ember.


And if you like fast paced Urban Fantasy laced with sass, give Fury Frayed a try.



What are you working on now?


The final book in the Fury trilogy, Fury Freed.  After that, I’ll hop over to my adult world in the Resurrection Chronicles.



Where can readers find you?


I’ve separated my work with two names.  M.J. Haag is for my adult novels, and Melissa Haag is for my young adult novels.



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See you next month!
Nicolette Pierce

Friday, April 13, 2018

Veronica Reviews: AVENGING EDEN by Lexi Post. Now also available in print.

Welcome to Eden…

If you are new to this series, let me do just a quick re-cap. Eden is a planet of very hawt, very naked men in search of their beloved. Yes, you read that correctly! A planet full of VERY HAWT NAKED MEN! With women being out numbered greatly on this planet, the men have begun searching Earth for their soul mate. Our Edenists have noooo problem sharing, so if reading more the merrier romances is your thing, then you will fall in love with this series!

In Avenging Eden, Keeva and Haldone are both seeking revenge on wrongs done to their family but for different reasons. Their goal for vengeance is both brought together and anchored by Mya, a beautiful woman that has lost her family and been living alone in the jungle for years. Mya has a secret best left guarded, and it is up to our heroes to keep her safe, while acclimating her to the wonders of their world as well as the pleasures of the flesh. But when revenge causes Haldone to lie by omission, will their love for one another keep them bonded as a family, or will they once again be lost and alone.

Lexi Post has written a dream world for those who enjoy ménage stories. After each installment, I am left eagerly awaiting my return to Eden. Highly recommend!

Sharing what I love, Veronica

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