Review: Heartbreaker by Linda Howard

Review: Heartbreaker by Linda Howard

  John Rafferty has been enamored of Michelle Cabot most of his adult life, even though he’s convinced she’s nothing but a spoiled little rich girl. But when opportunity knocks, he takes full advantage by roping Michelle in to a bargain she can’t refuse. After her father passed away, Michelle is left basically destitute and […]

Rebels of Romance Video Blog Days 3 & 4

The other day, I posted about Marianne Mancusi and Liz Maverick video blogging from RT (Remember? I mean, how could you forget that GOODIE ROOM!). Well, they’re back with days 3 and 4. Day 3 Rebels of Romance Video Blog Romantic Times Convention Day 3 from Miss Media Productions on Vimeo. Day 4 Rebels of […]

One Night With You by Sophie Jordan

One Night With You by Sophie Jordan

Anything can happen after dark . . . Tired of being treated like a servant by her own family, Lady Jane Guthrie finally has a chance to escape . . . at least for one night. Attired in a daring gown, she arrives at a scandalous courtesans’ masquerade ball looking forward to her few hours […]

Review: Scions: Resurrection by Patrice Michelle

Review: Scions: Resurrection by Patrice Michelle

It took me almost a month to read this book. Can you believe that? And the worst part about is it had nothing to do with the book itself, but whatever weird reading funk I was in. I think Scions: Resurrection started off kind of slow. It took me a good 40 pages or so to […]

50% of Authors Say They Can’t Support Themselves By Writing Alone

Posted April 21, 2008 by Holly in News | Tagged: , , , , | 3 Comments

I think a lot of times we forget that like with any profession, authors are sometimes paid very well and other times not as much as we think. I remember reading an article (somewhere online) last year about Nora Roberts. She was listed in Forbes as making $60 million a year. I don’t doubt that’s […]