GIVEAWAY AND VISIT WITH “AUSTEN ADDICTS TRILOGY”, AUTHOR VICTORIA CONNELLY….

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VICTORIA CONNELLY!!

MEET VICTORIA CONNELLY….

 

Victoria Connelly’s first novel, Flights of Angels was chosen as one of five titles to be promoted by Random House, Germany, to celebrate World Book Day and was also adapted into a TV movie.  Her novel Molly’s Millions was a runner-up in the 2006 Elizabeth Goudge Award, and in 2009 was published as a lead title in the UK by Allison & Busby and chosen as a “hot pick” in Closer magazine. Her new trilogy, featuring Jane Austen addicts, is her first foray into Jane Austen related fiction. Connelly lives in London, England.

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WELCOME BACK VICTORIA!!

MBA&M: Give our readers some insight into the challenges,authernicty,and research required in writing a historical fiction/romance?

Some writers love research and some hate it.  I love it because it provides me the opportunity to learn new things about subjects I might never have chosen to study otherwise.  For my Jane Austen Addicts Trilogy, the research was pure joy.  I am a life-long Austen fan so rereading all her novels and watching the many wonderful film adaptations was hardly a tough day at the office for me.  I revelled in it and, if my husband came in when I was watching Colin Firth emerging from the lake yet again, I could honestly tell him that I was working.

 

I also had the joy of reading Jane Austen’s letters to her sister and some of the biographies about her life.  I visited the places associated with her – spending many a happy hour at the Jane Austen House Museum in Chawton, Hampshire, staying in the seaside town of Lyme Regis and walking the streets of the Georgian city of Bath.  I even got to stay in ‘Barton Cottage’ – the house that was used in the 1995 film version of Sense and Sensibility and I wrote part of Mr Darcy Forever whilst there, using the setting in my book.

 

Another highlight was taking part in the Jane Austen Festival in Bath.  Although I didn’t wear a costume, I met dozens of people who had travelled from all over the world to be there because of their love of Jane Austen.  It was a real insight into the fan base that this author has and really humbling as an author to see that these stories are still loved over 200 years after them first being published.

 

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GIVEAWAY AND VISIT WITH TRACEY DEVLYN….

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TRACEY DEVLYN!!

Tracey Devlyn writes historical romantic thrillers (translation: a slightly more grievous journey toward the heroine’s happy ending). An Illinois native, Tracey spends her evenings harassing her once-in-a-lifetime husband and her weekends torturing her characters. For more information on Tracey, including her Internet haunts, contest updates, and details on her upcoming novels, please visit her website at:

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Good morning Tracey and welcome to My Book Addiction and More!

 

MBA&M: Tell our readers a few tidbits about Tracey Devlyn?

Tracey: Thank you so much for having me. I look forward to chatting with everyone. As for tidbits about me…I love animals. Right now, I have a 1.5-year-old Doberman rescue pup and a small pond full of Koi and other pretty fish. I’m a nature nut. Love to hike around our local, state, and national parks. So many beautiful places to visit. Hmm, what else? Oh, I don’t go anywhere without a tube of lip balm and a couple tissues. I’ve also saved petals from every rose my husband has ever given me.

 

MBA&M: What was the most challenging thing in writing “A LADY’S REVENGE”?

Tracey: Being at peace with writing outside the norm. I tried to write around the opening scene of A Lady’s Revenge several times, because I was afraid historical romance readers would be turned off by its gritty nature. However, the story’s suspenseful plot and she-won’t-go-there uniqueness seems to be drawing readers, rather than repelling them.

 

MBA&M: Where did the idea of “A LADY’S REVENGE” originate?

Tracey: The story originated from what I call a flash scene, which is nothing more than a glimpse of a woman strapped to a blood-encrusted table in what was obviously a dungeon. From there, A Lady’s Revenge was born.

 

MBA&M: What is on the horizon for you and your writing?

Tracey: At the end of February, I finished the second book in the Nexus series. Checkmate, My Lord will hit the shelves and e-readers February 2013. Once I finish promoting A Lady’s Revenge, I’ll start on the third book. Really excited about diving into a new story!

 

MBA&M: What is some comfort foods for you?

Tracey: My comfort foods tend to vary. I’ll find something I like and eat it until I’m sick of it. I do have a few items that I keep going back to, though. I love my husband’s spaghetti (or pasta, if you prefer). Slim Jim’s at snack time, strawberry Twizzlers while watching movies, Twix candy bars for my at-work sweet tooth, four-pump vanilla lattes to get my through the morning, and soda pop. Oh, and sometimes I get a hankering for a lemon.

MBA&M: What is in your “To Read” pile?

Tracey: Honestly, too many to list. Although I don’t read as much as I used to, I still buy books like I haven’t slowed down. Recent books I’ve purchased and haven’t read—How to Ravish a Rake by Vicky Dreiling, Miss Hilary Schools a Scoundrel by Samantha Grace, A Week to be Wicked by Tessa Dare, and The Rogue Pirate’s Bride by Shana Galen.

 

MBA&M: Which character in “A LADY’S REVENGE” do you think most identifies with you and your character? Why?

Tracey: I would like to think there’s a little of me in my heroine, Cora, and her lady’s maid, Dinks. But only a smidge. Both ladies are far more courageous and intelligent than I’ll ever be. I do wish I could bundle them up and carry them with me wherever I go.

 

 

MBA&M: Who is your hero/heroine be it person, animal, or character? Why?

Tracey: My husband is my hero, hands down. He loves and supports me despite my many flaws. He’s my biggest fan and my voice of reason. Quite simply, he’s my rock. Without his love, I would never have become the woman I am today. I always want to be a better person when I’m around him. And I adore his mother, too.

 

MBA&M: Please tell our readers where to find you and where “A LADY’S REVENGE” is available?

Tracey: For more information about me, including my Internet haunts, contest updates, and details on my upcoming novels, please visit my website at:

 

TraceyDevlyn.com  |  Twitter.com/TraceyDevlyn  |  Facebook.com/AuthorTraceyDevlyn

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Tracey, do you have anything you would like to add?

Many thanks to My Book Addiction and More for having me here today!

 

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A LADY’S REVENGE

TRACEY DEVLYN

Mass Market Paperback:448 pages

Publisher:Sourcebooks Casablanca; Original edition (April 3, 2012)

Language:English

ISBN-10:1402258224

ISBN-13: 978-1402258220

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BRIEF SUMMARY OF A LADY’S REVENGE:

A British agent flees her French captor’s torturous dungeon and falls in love with the decoder responsible for her imprisonment.

British agent Cora deBeau has spent the last three years seducing secrets from the most hardened of French spies while searching for her parents’ killer. When her latest assignment goes awry, she suffers at the hands of her French captor until Guy Trevelyan, the Earl of Helsford and master cryptographer, saves her during a daring rescue. Scarred and wary of men, Cora shies away from the one man who could heal her savaged heart.

After rescuing Cora from a French dungeon, Guy discovers it was one of his deciphered messages that led to her captivity. Guy strives to earn her forgiveness while outwitting their enemy. But will he find the scars on her wounded soul run too deep?

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GIVEAWAY AND VISIT WITH AUTHOR SUSANNA KEARSLEY….

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SUSANNA KEARSLEY!!!!

 

Good morning Susanna and welcome to My Book Addiction and More!

 

Good morning. Thanks so much for inviting me.

 

MBA&M: Please tell our readers a few tidbits about Susanna Kearsley?

SUSANNA: Well, I’ve worked as the curator of a rural museum village and as a waitress, and enjoyed both. I’ve written stories ever since I can remember, but I didn’t manage to finish a novel until I was 25. I found a publisher for that novel two years later, and in the same year won a British literary prize for the unpublished manuscript of MARIANA, and I’ve been happily writing (and finishing) novels ever since. So far I’ve written ten of them, and am just now finishing the first draft of the eleventh. I’m Canadian, and I live with my family in my husband’s hometown on the north shore of Lake Ontario.

MBA&M: Who is your favorite character in “MARIANA”? Why?

SUSANNA: I have a few favorite characters in this book, but one of the people I grew fondest of would have to be Tom, the heroine’s brother. Tom’s a vicar—an Anglican priest—and is in the story right from the first page. I loved his wicked sense of humor and his unfailing optimism and the loving banter that developed, back and forth, between him and Julia whenever they were in a scene together. I was always very close to my own older sister, and the way that Tom and Julia interacted reminded me very much of that. So often in books the main characters’ families are either nonexistent or dysfunctional, and it was nice to be able to show a more positive sibling relationship. I really enjoyed having Tom in the book—so much so that I used him again in a later, unrelated book, when I needed a vicar to make a cameo appearance in that story (Every Secret Thing).

MBA&M: What do you feel the appeal of these characters is?

SUSANNA: I think—I hope—that it’s the fact they’re the sort of people many of us would like to sit and chat with in the pub, or over the back fence. With the possible exception of Geoff, who is rich and good-looking, most of the characters are just ordinary, likeable people who want the same things we all want: to be loved, to be safe, to belong. We can all understand how that feels.

MBA&M: Why do you enjoy writing historicals?

SUSANNA: I’ve always loved history. My mother used to read us Greek and Roman myths at bedtime, and from those I graduated to the tales of knights and kings and queens. Combine that with the fact that we were always busy tracking down our ancestors and working on our family’s genealogy, and history was a thing that came alive for me quite easily, and captured my imagination early on. That’s why I went into museum work, initially, because it kept me constantly connected with the past, and writing historical fiction is one more extension of that, I suppose. It’s a way I can try to explore and make sense of the places and people and things that are gone, but whose shadows still touch our own time.

MBA&M: If you could be a character in any of your books who would it be and why?

SUSANNA: Actually, I’d probably have to say Julia, in MARIANA. She has a job she loves doing, and one she can do from wherever she happens to be. She has good friends around her, a brother and parents who love and support her, and a house that’s all her own, within walking distance of the local pub. That sounds, to me, like a pretty good life.

MBA&M: What is in your “To Read” pile?

SUSANNA: Oh, I have too many to count, at the moment! But the three sitting right at the top of the pile are: Tryst by Elswyth Thane, The Winthrop Woman by Anya Seton, and Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin

MBA&M: Tell our readers where to find you and where “MARIANA” is available?

SUSANNA: Hopefully MARIANA should be fairly easy to find at your local bookstore, but it’s also available in print or as an ebook from all the major online retailers. As for myself, you can find me at my website, www.susannakearsley.com, or blogging with my friends and fellow authors at The Heroine Addicts (www.theheroineaddicts.blogspot.com), and on facebook (http://www.facebook.com/people/Susanna-Kearsley/1712098844) and Twitter, where I’m @SusannaKearsley (https://twitter.com/intent/user?screen_name=SusannaKearsley)

Susanna, do you have anything else to add?

SUSANNA: Only that I’m very honored to have been a guest here. Thank you all so much for having me.

 WE ARE SO HONORED AND HUMBLED TO HAVE YOU TAKE THE TIME OUT OF YOUR BUSY SCHEDULE TO VISIT WITH US AND OUR READERS!!!

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SUSANNA KEARSEY

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WICKEDLY,WITTY HISTORICAL ROMANCE AUTHOR VICKY DREILING AND GIVEAWAY….

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WICKEDLY,WITTY HISTORICAL ROMANCE AUTHOR: VICKY DREILING!!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dreiling is a confirmed historical romance junkie and Anglophile. Frequent business trips to the UK allowed her to indulge her passion for all things Regency England. Bath, Stonehenge, and Spencer House are among her favorite places. She is, however, truly sorry for accidentally setting off a security alarm in Windsor Castle. That unfortunate incident led her British colleagues to nickname her “Trouble.”
When she’s not writing, Vicky enjoys reading, films, concerts, and, most of all, long lunches with friends. She holds degrees in English literature and marketing. A native Texan, she shares her home with her daughter and a spoiled mini-lop rabbit who lives in a slightly gnawed cardboard cottage.You can learn more at: www.VickyDreiling.net
WELCOME VICKY TO MY BOOK ADDICTION AND MORE!!

MBA&M: What made you decide to write historical romance?

VD: I bought my first romance accidentally. Seriously, I didn’t know it was a romance until I got home and read the back cover. I’d never read a romance before and was a bit wary. But then I started reading Judith McNaught’s ALMOST HEAVEN and found myself completely captivated. Of course, I went to the bookstore to purchase all of her books I could find. Since that time, I’ve read other romance subgenres, but historical romance remains my favorite. So that’s why I write it.

MBA&M: What are the challenges in writing a historical romance series?

VD: My books are trilogies, rather than series. When readers found out that my first trilogy did not have a series name, they gave it one! My trilogy became known as the fan-named “How to” series. J  The main difference for readers is that each of my books is a standalone. All three books can be read in any order. I think this is helpful to readers who are just discovering newer authors like me. Interestingly, several readers have told me that they read the first two books again, back-to-back, and said that there was a slightly richer experience for them. But again, all three books can be read in any order. 

 

 

MBA&M: What is on the horizon for you?

VD: I’m writing a new trilogy for my publisher set in Regency England (it’s my favorite!). I will also be publishing a digital prequel to the new trilogy that is tentatively scheduled for fall 2012. One of the minor characters from HOW TO RAVISH A RAKE is the hero in my next book. I’m very excited about the new story. If readers are on Pinterest, they can find my Secret Regency Book board here: http://bit.ly/yOZfxS

Other than that, I’ve got several appearances this year at conferences as well as speaking engagements. So 2012 is shaping up to be a very busy year for me. Readers can check my website and blog for upcoming information. Also, readers can sign up for the newsletter to get the most up-to-date information about contests, behind-the-scenes features, and new playlists for my books.

 

Thanks so much for inviting me to your blog!

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Visit her at: http://www.vickydreiling.com/

Blog: http://www.vickydreiling.com/blog/

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HOW TO RAVISH A RAKE
VICKY DREILING

PUBLICATION DATE: APRIL 1, 2012

ISBN: 978-0-446-5654–0

FOR MORE: Hachette Book Group Site / Ravish a Rake

Why Should Rogues Have All The Fun?
SCANDALOUS DESIRES . . . Amy Hardwick has one last Season to shake off her wallflower image and make a love match. If she can’t, she’ll set aside her dreams of romance and return home to a suitor who can provide security-if little else. What she doesn’t count on is the inappropriate-and irresistible-attention lavished on her in a darkened library by rake extraordinaire Will “The Devil” Darcett . .
DEVILISH DELIGHT When Will is caught in a tryst with the ton’s shyest miss, he knows he must offer for her hand. Yet Amy is not the shrinking violet she seems to be. Passion lies beneath her prim exterior and Will is eager to release it. But winning Amy isn’t simply a matter of seduction; first, Will must convince her that he’s mended his wicked ways . . .
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GIVEAWAY AND VISIT WITH GLYNNIS CAMPBELL,”PASSION’S EXILE”…

IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO WELCOME BACK HISTORICAL ROMANCE AUTHOR, GLYNNIS CAMPBELL TO MY BOOK ADDICTION AND MORE TODAY!!

WELCOME GLYNNIS!!

Good morning Glynnis and welcome to My Book Addiction and More…

 

MBA&M: Tell our readers a little about Glynnis Campbell and your other pen names?

 

GC: First, thank you for the invitation—I love talking to fellow reading addicts.  Most people are surprised to find out about my checkered past!  In addition to romance writing, I’ve been a ballerina, a film score composer, a singer in The Pinups—an all-girl CBS rock band, a typographer, and a voice-over actress for MTV’s “The Maxx” animated series and the video games Diablo and Starcraft.  I’ve been writing historical romance for a little over a decade as Glynnis Campbell, Sarah McKerrigan, and Kira Morgan.  I live in L.A., and I’m married to a rock star (but I grew up in a little town with no stoplights, and my rock star husband was my high school sweetheart)!

 

MBA&M: What made you decide to write historical romances? Especially, “Passion’s Exile”?

 

 GC: I’ve had a lifelong love for towering castles, trusty swords, and knights (and damsels) in shining armor. As a girl, I read Howard Pyle’s King Arthur and Robin Hood books till they were in tatters. History lets me create larger-than-life characters, and I love doing research. I was inspired to write “Passion’s Exile” when my kids were studying “TheCanterburyTales” in school. I decided it would be fun to set that kind of traveling-in-an-entourage story inScotlandand work a romance into the journey.

MBA&M: Have you always wanted to be an author and what made you want to be an author?

 

GC: Writing always came naturally to me, but I never really considered it as a career option (possibly because I was busy being a ballerina and a rock star?) until I’d finished writing three books and decided to share them.  What keeps me writing is insatiable curiosity about the world and the past and a desire to go on adventures with my characters and my readers.

MBA&M: What are the challenges in writing with two other pen names?

 

GC: My husband tells people he’s on his third wife.  Seriously, the hardest part about having pen names is losing touch with loyal fans.  No matter how many announcements I make, there are always readers who don’t realize I’m still writing, just under a different pen name, and I know they’ve been left behind.  It was the publisher’s choice to give me a nom de plume, and though it was with good intentions, I’m very glad to be able to return to my real name.

 

MBA&M: What where the challenges in writing “Passion’s Exile”?

 

GC: I almost painted myself into a corner with “Passion’s Exile”!  I placed my hero and heroine, Blade and Rose, in the middle of a pilgrimage with twenty other people, staying at male-female segregated manor houses.  Blade has a faithful sidekick, and Rose cares for a crippled falcon.  Finding a time and place for them to be alone to, ahem, rendezvous was almost as frustrating for me as it was for them!

MBA&M: How do you feel your writing has changed in the years since you wrote your first novel?

GC: My writing has become more fast-paced, because reading has become more fast-paced.  Readers are very good at painting mental pictures from a few well-placed brush strokes—they don’t really need or want to know where every tapestry, flagon, and sword was manufactured—so there’s less need to fill in all the blanks for them and more time to spend on the action and dialogue.  I’m also writing more accessibly, I think, without sacrificing authenticity, by using a bit less dialect, which most people find difficult to read.

MBA&M: Out of all the books you have written, including your other pen names, what is your favorite and why?

GC: This is truly as hard as picking out your favorite child!  Honestly, it’s usually whatever I’m working on at the moment, and currently I’m very excited about “Passion’s Exile.”  Blade, a self-exiled mercenary, is one of the darkest heroes I’ve written, and pitting sweet, fresh-faced, convent-bound Rose against him was endlessly entertaining.  It was also a treat to have a big ensemble of colorful supporting characters to write for.

 

MBA&M: If you could step into one of your books, which would it be and why?

GC: I almost DID step into “Passion’s Exile”!  I considered making the heroes’ journey—a 10-day pilgrimage from Stirling toSt. Andrews—for research.  It didn’t quite work out (though my author friend Lauren Royal and I commandeeredRoslinCastlefor a few days, which was a blast).  I think it would be fun to tag along as one of the pilgrims, walking through the beautiful Scots countryside, staying in medieval manor houses, sampling hard cider and meat pies, telling stories, and watching Rose and Blade’s romance unfold.

MBA&M: Which character in “Passion’s Exile” do you think you most identify with? Why?

GC: I most relate to Blade’s sidekick, Wilham.  I think probably all of us have a friend or relative who’s on a self-destructive path, and there’s nothing we can do for them except give them our love and support.  That’s what Wilham does for Blade.  Though he gets frustrated with Blade’s self-loathing, he is loyal to a fault and stands by him through thick and thin.

MBA&M: Now, Glynnis, please tell our readers where to find you, your other pen names and where to find “Passion’s Exile”?

GC: “Passion’s Exile” is available as an ebook now at Amazon and Barnes & Noble!  And watch for new ebook Author’s Editions of my backlist—My Champion, My Warrior, My Hero, Lady Danger, Captive Heart, Knight’s Prize, and Danger’s Kiss—coming soon.  If you don’t have an e-reader, don’t despair.  You can download FREE Kindle and NOOK software from Amazon and Barnes & Noble that allows you to read books on your computer or smartphone.

 

          Glynnis, do you have anything else to add?

GC: The single best way an author can succeed is through word-of-mouth and recommendations from friends.  I’m so grateful to avid readers like you at My Book Addiction who spread the good word and allow me to continue writing and taking you along on my adventures!

Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to visit with My Book Addiction and More today!!

PASSION’S EXILE

GLYNNIS CAMPBELL

Publisher:Glynnis Campbell (January 25, 2012)

ASIN: B00726SYAS

Haunted by an unforgivable crime, the once noble swordsman, Sir Pierce of Mirkhaugh, now wanders Scotland as the sword-for-hire known as Blade.  His latest mission—to unmask two assassins among the pilgrims bound for St. Andrews—goes awry when spirited Rosamund of Averleigh joins the entourage, tempting Blade from his solitude and making him believe in redemption.  What he doesn’t know is that Rose is fleeing for her life.  With an abusive bridegroom tracking her, her only hope is to seek refuge as a nun…until she meets Blade, who awakens her passions and destroys her best-laid plans.

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