Happy May Day!
This month on A Slice of Orange, Jann Ryan will interview Rita nominee, Beth Yarnell. Debut author, Jenna Barwin will be featured in a Pick Six Author Interview, and New York Times Bestselling Author, Kat Martin will be doing a guest post. Of course, all our regular authors will be blogging, and The Extra Squeeze Team is looking for questions from you.
A Slice of Orange (the all new and revised) is celebrating its one month anniversary. If you’re new to our site here are some great posts you might have missed from last month:
Jann Ryan’s An Interview with Carol L. Wright
Tari Jewett’s Accidental Writer
Sally Paradyzs’ A Slice of Nature
Veronica Jorge’s Fireflies
Geralyn Corcillo’s Harvest of Friends
Our featured May author is Linda O. Johnston.
Linda first novel was the 1995 Love Spell time travel romance A Glimpse of Forever. Since then she has published over 40 novels—mysteries and romances, including paranormal romance and romantic suspense.
Linda has two new books out for 2017. May 8th will see the release of BAD TO THE BONE, the third book in the Barkery & Biscuits Mystery Series. On June 1st, her book PROTECTOR WOLF (Alpha Force) a part of the popular Harlequin Nocturne series of paranormal romances will be published. Both books are available for preorder.
If you’re in the San Diego area, Linda will be at the Mysterious Galaxy Birthday Bash on Saturday, May 13th
Marianne H. Donley makes her home in Tennessee with her husband and son. She is a member of Bethlehem Writers Group, Romance Writers of America, OCC/RWA, and Music City Romance Writers. When Marianne isn’t working on A Slice of Orange, she might be writing short stories, funny romances or quirky murder mysteries, but this could be a rumor.
With so many books being published every year, how do you learn to separate yourself from the crowd? How do you develop a loyal, buying audience who is desperate to gobble up every single thing you write?
The answer is simple: branding.
So what does it take to write a Holiday Romance? When do you publish it? When do publishers even send out calls for them?
Superman, ha! The man was dictatorial and overbearing. How was she going to put up with him for what could end up being weeks?
I found this quote in a book I was reading, words about treasure I found remarkably compelling. Years ago, I wrote a novel called DEEP BLUE about hunting for treasure on a sunken Spanish galleon.
I’d been wanting to write another treasure story ever since, and this seemed like the perfect chance
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