Author’s Blog

DeAnn Smallwood Lets a Character Speak For Her

This morning the hero of DeAnn Smallwood’s Montana Man Speaks for himself. ~~~ Hi, I’m Ben and I couldn’t resist talking to you about Montana Man. When DeAnn asked me if I would, I hesitated, but then agreed. You see, Montana Man is about me. When Wisteria pulled me out of the Colorado River more […]

New Title Showcase

She has sworn her loyalty to her clan. He has pledged to prove his innocence: today I have the privilege of showcasing Madelyn Hill’s For The Love Of A Gypsy.  I read her last book and if this one is as good you are in for a treat. Excerpt A rider urged his horse forward. […]

Home, Alas

But did my muse come with me? I’m back from my trek to Venice with the Love of My Life (LOML).  We rode gondolas and water taxis, ate the requisite pasta, wallowed in vino rosso, and gaped at insane amounts of art and artifacts both ancient and, in the case of Peggy Guggenheim, modern.  After […]

Writer’s Block

After a super busy (and generally successful) March and April, I tried ramping up the writing. I hope to get out another Italy story, this time a novella. In addition, the Earl of Chadbourn, friend to Jamie, Andrew and Glenaire (if you’ve read my Dangerous books) needs his own story. I’ve been writing daily for […]