All right, the scavenger hunt is underway. All month long,
authors from Purple Sword, Whimsical Publications, and Astraea Press
are celebrating their releases with character interviews. In order
to enter to win great prizes, you must email our publicist,
email@example.com. She will send you a list of participating
authors as well as the questions you will need to answer in order to
be eligible to win. Good luck!
ATTENTION ALL READERS: Who wants to join in some scavenger hunt
mayhem and fun for the month of May? Learn more about your favorite
authors, their work and their wonderful characters in our Character
Interview Blog Bash! Great prizes to be won, as well! Please email
Robyn at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate and
she will put you on a contestant list!
My books are all published through Purple Sword, which is a
wonderful publisher, with a great selection of books to choose from.
Now you can keep up with all the latest news from Purple Sword by
becoming a blog follower:
http://pspreleases.blogspot.com/?zx=23678a80cd0b4832. Or become
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Tied to a Demon has been nominated for its second award,
this time for Siren Book Reviews' Best of 2010.
Go vote for it in the paranormal romance category. Voting is
open through Feb. 1st, plus every voter gets entered into a drawing
to win free e-books.
After a month and a half without, I finally have internet again!
Yay! I use internet for so much of my writing process that going
without proved very difficult.
I wanted to share my first review for The Prince's Knight.
It received four angels from
Fallen Angel Reviews. "Watching Aric and Matthew's relationship
grow and their need to protect each other was beautiful." Visit
FAR to read the rest of the review.
I apologize for the lack of updates lately. While it may seem
like I fell off the face of the Earth, that is not the case. I've
recently moved and I don't have internet service yet, so my online
access is limited, and probably will be throughout the rest of
December. This makes it hard for me to work on my writing, since I
utilize internet so much during the entire process. Sadly, due to
the move, I haven't been able to work on any of my projects, so the
book I hoped to finish in time for a Christmas release will have to
be pushed back until next Christmas. But I still plan on
finishing that up before working on anything else, otherwise
procrastrination will strike again.
Some news: Tied to a Demon is featured as a Great Read
on a fellow author's site:
www.charleneawilson.com/great-reads/. I will also be a
Highlighted Author on her site on December 20th. I'll be blogging
about my love of writing and how Tied to a Demon came to
I love October. Fall is officially underway, and the countdown to
Halloween has begun, which means a full month of paranormal
activity! To celebrate, I'm joining LASR's Halloween Scavenger Hunt,
in which one lucky winner will receive a free copy of Tied to a
Demon. The contest will run on the last two days of the month,
and entering is super easy. Just find the graphic that I've already
hidden on my website. Visit
LASR's site for all the details.
Manic Readers has reviewed Tied to a Demon. "Tied to a Demon
is a fun, magical read."
Read the entire review.
Royal Guard Book 1: The Prince's Knight is now
available! A spoiled prince learns what it means to love when a
crippled knight enters his life. Check out all the
read an excerpt here.
Tied to a Demon has been reviewed by Romance Junkies.
"Rachel D. Thompson creates delightful characters." Read the
Just a reminder: LASR's contest is still going on. They're giving
away three Nooks at the end of the month. Visit
LASR for all the details. And check out the two-day chat they're
hosting at the end of the month.
Lots going on this month. As some of you may know, Long and Short
Romance Reviews kicked off its 3-year anniversary Aug. 2nd with the
start of a month-long scavenger hunt. Prizes include 3 brand new,
shiny Nooks. I'm a participating author, so find the hidden Nook on
my site, and then visit
LASR to enter for a chance to win. There are lots of
participating authors, and lots of chances to be a winner.
I've also signed a contract for my latest book: Royal Guard
Book 1: The Prince's Knight. No doubt you've noticed the brand
new cover art to the right. Intriguing, no?
Thought I'd also share some books I recently read and enjoyed.
Let's see...Just finished reading Tanya Huff's Summon the Keeper.
A bit hard to keep up with in places, but definitely worth reading.
She creates characters like no one else, though this series isn't
quite up to par with her Quarters novels, or the Smoke
series. I won a copy of V ...is for Vampire by Adele
Griffin through a giveaway at Goodreads. Definitely marketed for
teens, or maybe even pre-teens, but still a fun, enjoyable read. I
also like mentioning obscure authors, those not backed by a big
publishing house. In this case, I picked up the first three books of
a series called Deviations by Elissa Malcohn, available for
free at Smashwords. This series is definitely not for the
faint of heart (as it involves cannibalism), but it was a wonderful
story, with lots of insight, as well as character and
world-building. For a self-published book, it was also well edited.
The only thing I disliked about all three books were the endings, as
they didn't really bring closer to anything, but just kind of ended
abruptly. Each time I got to the end, I kept clicking the next
button, thinking there had to be more. Still, these books are
definitely worth a read, especially for the price.
I now have another home on the web! I have my own forum at Coffee
Time Romance, where I can share all the latest news, contests, and
announcements with readers. Plus readers can easily contact me with
any comments, suggestions, or questions. Visit my