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Posted by steinbachtracey on July 9, 2013 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (13)

GIVEAWAY!!

Libby’s Fireman is the story of a little girl, her mom and the fireman who falls in love with both of them. Libby is exuberant, outgoing and fearless. She’s also six years old. When she gets stuck in a tree, trying to get her Barbie doll to fly, Jack comes to her rescue. Jack is immediately taken with the little girl. He loves children, going out of his way to help them whenever he can. In bonding with Libby, Jack gets to know Tara, her mom. Tara melts a little each time she sees Jack with Libby. She was attracted to him but now her heart is becoming involved. Little by little, the three of them become a family.

I'm giving away one PDF copy of Libby's Fireman to one commentor below.

Just tell me if you really could have Christmas in July, what would you ask for?

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My Interview with Allison Cassatta and GIVEAWAY

Posted by steinbachtracey on May 30, 2013 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (2)

Do you have a favorite character that you’ve written? Yes, I think—despite all his issues—Dorian Grant (from Sin & Seduction) is my favorite. He’s not a nice guy at all. He’s a violent drug addict, but he’s very real. He came alive more for me than anyone else did. And even after falling in love, he stayed true to his nature. He didn’t wuss out. My second favorite would have to be Cash from the League of Slayers books. I thought Deacon rocked, but when it came time to write Cash, that man just did something for me. He’s the broken hero who is all strength and tries like hell to hide his heart. He fails of course, and he has a hell of a time letting people in, but he gets there eventually.

 

What time of day is the most productive for you? Early morning or late at night. Well, any time I have an empty house, really. I can pretty much sit down and go to it if I’m in the mood to do so.

 

Do you remember your very first professional review? If so, was it good or bad? I want to say it was on Sins of the Heart, which is a bittersweet romance and people don’t seem to like those unless you tell them up front that’s what they’re reading. The reviewer said she/he felt every single emotion in that short story,

 

Where would your dream vacation spot be? Honestly, I don’t know there are a ton of places I want to go, like Australia and New Zealand, Europe, Thailand, The Caribbean. Right now, my main destination is Boston to visit family, and of course, like a good little witch, Salem.

 

What’s your favorite Disney movie? Aladdin. Hands down. Wait. I liked Lilo and Stitch too.

 

When I was growing up, I wanted to be Laura Ingalls from The Little House on the Prairie. Was there someone like that for you? A female Perry Mason. No kidding. My grandfather was a lawyer, and I was always told I could be a good lawyer because I could argue a point until people saw things my way. *shrugs* Then, when I started reading vampire books, I wanted to be like Lestat. *swoons*

 

How much time do you spend on research? Not as much as I should. Then again, I don’t write much about things I don’t know. Places are researched more than anything, and it usually happens when I get to a scene somewhere specific and don’t know how to describe it.

 

Describe your writing process. Sit down at my desk or at Starbucks, crank up some music and make sure there is plenty of coffee nearby. I don’t know what it is about caffeine, but it’s like brain fuel. No kidding. I don’t do outlines or plot maps or any of that. I tried once and it didn’t get me too far. I just start writing and hope the characters keep telling me how they want their story to go. Sometimes they do, sometimes they don’t.

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Allison has graciously offered up a copy of either Three Little Words, Patient Privilege or Dear Diary #1 for one lucky commentor. Don't forget to leave your email address so I can contact the winner.

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My Interview with Stacy A. Moran

Posted by steinbachtracey on May 25, 2013 at 8:35 PM Comments comments (0)


Do you have a favorite character that you’ve written?
I have a few; they switch depending on what is happening with their lives. Right, now it would Gavril Dakhla the Saka Guardian in the Myth Series. Gavril has an unimaginable past and a legacy no one would ever want to fulfill.

What time of day is the most productive for you?
Morning, after a silly grouping of rituals, I clean my work area, light a candle, grab a drink, and play a quick game of smurfs (yes smurfs)

Do you remember your very first professional review? If so, was it good or bad?
I have only had a couple since Blood Myth is my first book and just release, so yes I remember. It was good and amazed me that someone actually got what I was trying to say in the story. Blood Myth is not an ordinary romance story and I was a bit nervous, no one would understand the moral of the story. That love is the most dominant and submissive feeling anyone can have and no matter who you may think you are in the relationship, for it to work you have to accept you are both.

Twilight or 50 Shades of Gray? Neither

What’s your favorite Disney movie? Dumbo

When I was growing up, I wanted to be Laura Ingalls from The Little House on the Prairie. Was there someone like that for you? Samantha from Bewitched (reruns), always wanted to wiggle my nose and make magic happen.

How much time do you spend on research? Depends on what I am writing but generally my research is never done, I always find new stuff to add to future projects or to the series.

Describe your writing process.
I am probably one of the most unorganized people alive with writing. But I have habits, I start bios, then just start writing and change it a million times, then research to make sure what is in my head makes sense.

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Kathi S. Barton Blog Tour

Posted by steinbachtracey on May 22, 2013 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (2)

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Review of Son of Our Blood:

I had never read a Kathi Barton book before Son of Our Blood. Now that I have read this one, I intend to start at the beginning of this series and read all of them.

 

By page two, I was hooked. The book started with action, leaving just enough out that I had to turn the page to see what happened next. The story never lagged or skipped over anything important.

 

Mac and Andi were wonderful characters. I liked them from the start. Andi is no simpering female and I loved that. She’s a heroine I could cheer for.

 

The sex was HOT! The story was interesting and the characters were great. All in all, I’m giving this 5 stars!


Secret Cravings Publishing Contemporary Romance Blog Hop

Posted by steinbachtracey on May 18, 2013 at 7:15 AM Comments comments (11)

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An excerpt from Libby’s Fireman, (Book 1 Heroes of Trasco County) coming July 2013 from Secret Cravings Publishing:

 

Jack had felt himself start to harden at the thought of making love with Tara. Now that he had Tara in his arms, his cock was hard and aching. His hands moved over her back and back down to her waist. Fisting the material in his hands, he lifted her shirt enough to get his hands on bare skin.

Jack groaned, feeling her soft skin under his hands and her taste on his tongue. He couldn’t wait to get her fully undressed to explore every curve she had.

Jack broke their kiss to lift her shirt up and off. He stared down at her, licking his lips at the way her bra accentuated the curves of her breasts. His eyes lifted to meet hers. He smiled at her as his hands lifted to cup her breasts. Jack let out a low chuckle when he felt the tremor move through her. His hands massaged the firm globes, working his fingers into the top of the cups. He tugged the satin down until he could see the rosy tips of her nipples.

Jack saw Tara’s eyes widen when he dropped to his knees. She started to speak until his lips wrapped around one hard peak and then whatever she was going to say came out as a whimper instead. His tongue teased and tormented her nipple until he felt her hands move to his hair to hold him there. He sucked her nipple hard, using his teeth to graze it.

The sounds Tara were making spurred Jack on. He moved his head to her other breast, giving that one the same treatment as the first. While he worked her nipples his hands moved to the snap on her skirt. He pulled the denim apart and let the skirt fall to the floor at her feet. He pulled back from her breast to look at her. “So beautiful.” He whispered into the quiet.

Jack leaned in to lay an open-mouthed kiss on her stomach. He licked his way to her navel, dipping his tongue inside and swirling it around. He used his teeth as he moved down to the top edge of her panties. His fingers hooked in the silk at her hips and started pulling them down. When he got them down to her knees, he let go and let them pool at her feet.

Jack laid a kiss on her hip and another on the neatly trimmed patch of hair above her pussy. He pushed her legs further apart and dipped his head between them. His tongue slid, slowly through the wet folds to gather the taste of her. He growled deep in his chest and dove in for a deeper taste. His tongue found the entrance to her pussy and pushed inside. Tara’s hips bucked. He heard her moan as he flicked his tongue in and out of her.

Jack abandoned her entrance to wrap his lips around the hard bud of her clit. He sucked and nipped and licked until he felt Tara’s legs start to shake under his hands.

“Jack! I’m going to fall. My legs won’t hold me with you doing that!” Tara’s voice was pleading. Her nails were leaving marks in his shoulders as she tried to hold on.

 


Official Blurb for Libby’s Fireman:

 

Libby’s Fireman is the story of a little girl, her mom and the fireman who falls in love with both of them. Libby is exuberant, outgoing and fearless. She’s also six years old. When she gets stuck in a tree, trying to get her Barbie doll to fly, Jack comes to her rescue. Jack is immediately taken with the little girl. He loves children, going out of his way to help them whenever he can. In bonding with Libby, Jack gets to know Tara, her mom. Tara melts a little each time she sees Jack with Libby. She was attracted to him but now her heart is becoming involved. Little by little, the three of them become a family.

 

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My Interview with Torie N. James

Posted by steinbachtracey on May 13, 2013 at 7:00 AM Comments comments (1)

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Do you have a favorite character that you’ve written?  {I just finished my first novel, Timeless Night and so I can honestly say yes! For anyone who’s followed along with me lately, I have constantly said that I was madly in literary love with my male protagonist, Alexander Lakeland. I’m still standing by that fact BUT by the time I was done writing, I found myself inexplicably in “like” with another character. Mordred, son of Morgan Le Fey, and initially HE was the ultimate bad guy. I hated him. Couldn’t WAIT to kill him off. However, he evolved beyond what I’d originally intended and in his own, dark way, made a huge impression. He has his own story to tell and so we reached an accord and I let him live. And now I find myself, as I begin to work on book two of the series, WWMD. What would Mordred do? The kicker part? HIS book is actually the third book in the series. But he’s always there..lurking. He became my favorite. Shhhh..don’t tell Alex…he’ll take it hard.}

 

What time of day is the most productive for you? {Although, I’m a major early bird, I have found my most inspirational time of day is twilight. The Gloaming. The way the colors streak across the sky with hazy, colored fingers of violet, mauve and blue take my breath away and I tend to get dreamy and then we’re off and running.}

 

Do you remember your very first professional review? If so, was it good or bad? {Amazingly enough, I just had my first professional review on “Whispers in the Dark”, an epic poetry anthology that I was lucky enough to have been part of with two great friends and amazing writers, Ashely Nemer and Stacy Moran.  It was a good review and my poem “Ghosts of Calendonia” was mentioned as a favorite! It’s a thrilling moment when, as a writer/poet, you hear that something you shared resonated with another human being. That…is the greatest compliment. And that is why I write.}

 

Do you still get excited about good reviews? {Well. I’ve had a whopping two! (Both for the poetry book!} I check the Amazon website every two hours to see if anyone else has offered up a review, is that bad? But honestly, I look forward to any feedback….it’s all constructive in my book. You can learn so much if you put ego aside and “hear” what’s being said.}

 

What’s your favorite Disney movie? {Beauty and the Beast. Hands down. Belle was always the Disney heroine I identified with best. Head in the clouds but feet on the ground. She always knew adventure was out there and sometimes, well, you find it where you least expect it. And when you do find it, you find yourself in a lot of ways. And let’s not forget the library. I’d have stayed with Beast for THAT alone. Just saying!}

 

When I was growing up, I wanted to be Laura Ingalls from The Little House on the Prairie. Was there someone like that for you? {You just took me down memory lane! I had ALL the Little House books and was addicted to the show as well. Yes, there was someone I wanted to be. Do NOT laugh, but I was a major fan of Ian Fleming, and his 007, James Bond. It was crazy! Ever see a little 9 year old girl hung on vodka martini’s? Shaken, not stirred, of course! I used to sneak peeks at Mr. Fleming’s books in the library down the street all the bloody time! I wanted to be James Bond. He was hopelessly flawed, perfectly imperfect and gave his all. Unfortunately, M16 didn’t see fit to accept me into their circle. Their loss.}

 

How much time do you spend on research? {Not enough as far as I’m concerned. I can spend weeks and months researching and still feel like I need to do it just a bit more. I have files upon files on the ol hard drive just brimming with notes. It’s insane. I also have post it notes stuck all over my computer screen AND two journals full around here somewhere. And that’s just for the Camelot series I’m currently working on. Don’t get me started on the Tudors book I want to eventually do. We’re gonna need a bigger boat…..}

 

Describe your writing process.  {I think everyone has a “way” they do things. I’ll tell you right off, I never write beginning to end. I tend to write the middle first, then the end. Then I finish by going back to the beginning. I don’t number my chapters until the very end since I have to shuffle and put them where they belong but it’s the way that works best for me. Depending on my mood, and whose POV is screaming loudest in my head, normally dictates how we’re rolling on any given day. I don’t decide ever. And I’m certainly never in charge. The Others (as I lovingly call the characters/voices in my head) are. I’m just the vessel they are choosing to use. I also need at least two cups of coffee before I start and a bit of chocolate. And when I lose myself in the process, I can go for HOURS without even being remotely part of the world around me. I get growly and snappish if disturbed. Unfortunately, the dogs have yet to understand this fetish of mine. I’ll let it slide. For now.}

Happy Mother's Day!!

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Happy Mother's Day to Tracey and all the other mom's reading this! You ladies are awesome!!! We hope you have a wonderful day!!







Caliente Blog Hop!!!

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Official Blurb for Libby’s Fireman:

 

 

Libby’s Fireman is the story of a little girl, her mom and the fireman who falls in love with both of them. Libby is exuberant, outgoing and fearless. She’s also six years old. When she gets stuck in a tree, trying to get her Barbie doll to fly, Jack comes to her rescue. Jack is immediately taken with the little girl. He loves children, going out of his way to help them whenever he can. In bonding with Libby, Jack gets to know Tara, her mom. Tara melts a little each time she sees Jack with Libby. She was attracted to him but now her heart is becoming involved. Little by little, the three of them become a family.


An excerpt from Libby’s Fireman, (Book 1 Heroes of Trasco County) coming July 2013 from Secret Cravings Publishing:

 

Jack had felt himself start to harden at the thought of making love with Tara. Now that he had Tara in his arms, his cock was hard and aching. His hands moved over her back and back down to her waist. Fisting the material in his hands, he lifted her shirt enough to get his hands on bare skin.

Jack groaned, feeling her soft skin under his hands and her taste on his tongue. He couldn’t wait to get her fully undressed to explore every curve she had.

Jack broke their kiss to lift her shirt up and off. He stared down at her, licking his lips at the way her bra accentuated the curves of her breasts. His eyes lifted to meet hers. He smiled at her as his hands lifted to cup her breasts. Jack let out a low chuckle when he felt the tremor move through her. His hands massaged the firm globes, working his fingers into the top of the cups. He tugged the satin down until he could see the rosy tips of her nipples.

Jack saw Tara’s eyes widen when he dropped to his knees. She started to speak until his lips wrapped around one hard peak and then whatever she was going to say came out as a whimper instead. His tongue teased and tormented her nipple until he felt her hands move to his hair to hold him there. He sucked her nipple hard, using his teeth to graze it.

The sounds Tara were making spurred Jack on. He moved his head to her other breast, giving that one the same treatment as the first. While he worked her nipples his hands moved to the snap on her skirt. He pulled the denim apart and let the skirt fall to the floor at her feet. He pulled back from her breast to look at her. “So beautiful.” He whispered into the quiet.

Jack leaned in to lay an open-mouthed kiss on her stomach. He licked his way to her navel, dipping his tongue inside and swirling it around. He used his teeth as he moved down to the top edge of her panties. His fingers hooked in the silk at her hips and started pulling them down. When he got them down to her knees, he let go and let them pool at her feet.

Jack laid a kiss on her hip and another on the neatly trimmed patch of hair above her pussy. He pushed her legs further apart and dipped his head between them. His tongue slid, slowly through the wet folds to gather the taste of her. He growled deep in his chest and dove in for a deeper taste. His tongue found the entrance to her pussy and pushed inside. Tara’s hips bucked. He heard her moan as he flicked his tongue in and out of her.

Jack abandoned her entrance to wrap his lips around the hard bud of her clit. He sucked and nipped and licked until he felt Tara’s legs start to shake under his hands.

“Jack! I’m going to fall. My legs won’t hold me with you doing that!” Tara’s voice was pleading. Her nails were leaving marks in his shoulders as she tried to hold on.


 

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My Interview with Ashley Nemer

Posted by steinbachtracey on May 1, 2013 at 7:05 AM Comments comments (2)


My Interview with Ashley Nemer

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Do you have a favorite character that you’ve written?

Yes I do, I have a couple. So I don’t bore you, I’ll just pick my top two from each of my main series.

Blood Series- Nikole and Leigh. These two women are like the opposite sides of the same coin and they both share some part of me in them. While, yes all my characters are a part of me, these two in particular stand out the most. The traits, their likes/dislikes.  Everything about them, it’s like looking at my two personalities. Just really exaggerated on for fiction of course. I’m not near as sick and twisted as Leigh.

 

Maverick Touch- Nadia and Kain. I love Nadia’s sassiness and quick wit. Kain is her older brother and I adore him. I love how he really looks out for his two boys and his sisters. I love the idea of an older brother and always wished I had one.

 

What time of day is the most productive for you?

Between 6am and 8am weekdays before work. That’s when I do my best writing. Also at night between 9pm and midnight.

 

Do you remember your very first professional review? If so, was it good or bad?

Naomi’s Paranormal Palace. She reviewed Blood Purple and gave it 4 stars saying it was a great start to a series. She is going to review Blood Yellow on July 3rd for its release day review. I absolutely loved her kind words and that she enjoyed it so much.

 

Do you still get excited about good reviews?

Of course who wouldn’t? A great review is the best thing, when a stranger loves your work, it’s the best reward.

 

What’s your favorite Disney movie?

Shaggy Dog and the Shaggy DA. My late uncle and I used to watch them when I was a little kid and I loved them.

 

When I was growing up, I wanted to be Laura Ingalls from The Little House on the Prairie. Was there someone like that for you?

Dorothy Gale, from the Wizard of Oz. I changed my name to her when I was 2 and wanted everyone to call me that.

 

How much time do you spend on research?

OMG this is too hard to answer. It depends on what the subject is. For Maverick Touch: The Cat I only did research for Carlisle Ali’s character because he needed certain characteristics so that took about 3 days. For the Blood Series … MONTHS on end. Hell, I am still researching stuff to use. It’s never ending.

 

Describe your writing process.

I sit at the computer, I open a Word document, either new or a WIP. I close my eyes and I just let my fingers do all the talking. I only open them when something distracts me or if I am done. I try to plan everything out that requires research ahead of time so I have it memorized so I am not stopping in the middle of the chapter to research and throwing off my flow.


 

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The Beastly Blog Hop

Posted by steinbachtracey on April 26, 2013 at 7:15 AM Comments comments (14)

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Last night, I saw another example of bullying. I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, looking for inspiration for my stressed-out brain. The first thing that caught my eye was my friend talking about her daughter’s awful day at school. People, teach your children that picking on others doesn’t make them beautiful. It makes them the beast.


The next thing that caught my eye was a picture of Shrek and Princess Fiona. That about says it all, doesn’t it? Two people, who love each other, are beautiful, to each other. Who cares what anyone else thinks?

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