A Night to Remember by Pamela Yaye

A Night to Remember by Pamela Yaye

With another great cover designed by April Martinez from graphicfantastic.com, welcome to Book 20 in the Bandit Creek series, a romance titled A Night to Remember by Pamela Yaye! Pamela also writes for Kimani Romance and is well known for her wonderfully romantic stories.

Bandit Creek native, Savannah Vaughn, returns to her small, picturesque hometown to help care for her ailing grandparents, and hasn’t once regretted her decision to leave her glamorous, fast-paced life in the Big Apple behind. After being callously dumped by her ex, Savannah throws herself into her work to forget the pain, the heartache that seems to engulf her. Savannah’s been burned so many times by love, she’s given up all hope of ever finding Mr. Right, or having a family of her own.

Then, suave, charismatic businessman, Michael Mosely walks into the restaurant she manages, and turns her quiet, uneventful life upside down!

Her new boss is a lean, muscled hottie with dashing good looks, and every time he smiles at Savannah, her knees go weak. Michael is all wrong for her. He’s a player, a master of seduction, the kind of man who breaks hearts. Or is he? Can the reformed bachelor prove to Savannah his feelings are real? Or will her fears and insecurities keep them apart?

Read Carla Roma’s interview with author Pamela Yaye, an excerpt from A Night to Remember, buy the book and join the Bandit Creek authors for the Facebook release party.

On the first and fifteenth of the month, check back for more new Bandit Creek books. There’s something at Bandit Creek for everybody!

Check out my story BABY FEVER, part of the Bandit Creek Fool’s Gold anthology. And stay tuned for more information on WEDDING FEVER, the follow up story, out on July 15, 2012.

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The Ultimate Guide to Procrastination

The Ultimate Guide to Procrastination

These days, I’m meeting my writing goals, but it wasn’t always so. You see, I’m a procrastinator at heart and when the writing gets tough, I go do something else.

What are your procrastination techniques? And how do you keep yourself from procrastinating in the first place?

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Twice Shy by Jill Christie

I may have mentioned this before, but it’s definitely worth mentioning again. The Bandit Creek book covers were designed by April Martinez from graphicfantastic.com. Each author is responsible for selecting the images, and after we send them to April, she creates magic. As you can see, the latest Bandit Creek book cover is another beautiful example of her work.

So welcome to Book 19 in the Bandit Creek series, an erotic romance Twice Shy by Jill Christie!

Twice Shy by Jill ChristieLeaving Bandit Creek was the best thing Stacy Jones ever did. Returning is the last thing she ever wanted to do.

Unfortunately it’s her only option. If she wants some questions answered, she needs to go back and confront her mother. If she doesn’t get the answers she needs, her whole future is at stake.

Eight years ago she ran away when the guy she loved betrayed her in the worst possible way. She’s healed from those wounds but can she ever forgive?

Read Carla Roma’s interview with author Jill Christie, an excerpt from Twice Shy, buy the book and join the Bandit Creek authors for the Facebook release party.

On the first and fifteenth of the month, check back for more new Bandit Creek books. There’s something at Bandit Creek for everybody!

Check out my story BABY FEVER, part of the Bandit Creek Fool’s Gold anthology. And stay tuned for more information on WEDDING FEVER, the follow up story, out on July 15, 2012.

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Are You A Cooking-Cleaning-Gardening Machine?

Are You A Cooking-Cleaning-Gardening Machine?

Whenever I come across The Good Wife’s Guide, I always wonder what life was really like for the women in the 50’s. Did they actually greet their husbands at the door with his favorite slippers and drink in hand? Or did they — the moment he walked into the house — shove the screaming kids into his arms so they could take a much needed break?

To read The Good Wife’s Guide, join me at the Women Unplugged site and tell me which rule you’re most likely to follow and which one you’re most likely to ignore.

The family that lies together, stays sane together!

The family that lies together, stays sane together!

FamilyI’m often quite oblivious to what’s going on around me. Perhaps it’s because I spend so much time in my own imagination. So it should come as no surprise that when my family lies to me — in the name of protecting my sensitive sensibilities — I’m totally oblivious to their deceit.

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