[GUEST POST] Lane Hayes is ‘Better Than Good’

Please welcome Lane Hayes to my blog today as she discusses her debut bestselling Dreamspinner Press novel “Better Than Good.” Take it away, Lane! My first novel Better Than Good was just released a week ago.  It has been such a fun ride!  I’m an unrepentant lifelong lover of reading.  I like many genres but…

Pawn Takes Rook: Cashing the Reality Check Cover Reveal!

At long last, I can reveal the dynamite cover to the “Pawn Takes Rook” sequel, “Cashing the Reality Check!” If I’m being honest, I’m flipping out a bit. Okay, a lot! Paul Richmond, Dreamspinner Press cover artist extraordinaire, has really outdone himself this time. To my knowledge, it’s likely the only Dreamspinner cover, excluding Harmony…

[GUEST POST] Tali Spencer – Why I Love A Brawny Barbarian

Hello Internet! Give a warm welcome to Tali Spencer who is guest posting here today. You will soon see why Tali and I are kindred spirits for silly genre tropes. Take it away Tali! Thank you, Lex, for allowing me to stop by and talk about my love for fantasy fiction. I can do that…

Lily Velden Finds “How The Light Gets In”

To say Dreamspinner Press author Lily Velden has arisen from the turmoil of emotional tragedy and the magnificent madness as an artist would be an unfortunate understatement. Her novel series “How the Light Gets In” starting with the first installment called “Same Page,” Velden credits the saga with saving her from a darkness that has…

The Fuzzy, Fluffy World of Chris T. Kat

Bestselling Dreamspinner Press author Chris T. Kat makes no bones about her love for all cute, fuzzy creatures great and small. In her life away from the keys, she’s a special education teacher based in Western Germany. But her imagination, and Facebook feed is rampant with foxes, to lion cubs, and everything in-between. Kat’s Latest…

Traveling Through An Americana Fairytale

Now that I’ve got my “Americana Fairytale” first beta notes back from Cate Ashwood the revision can begin in earnest. Currently, I’m aiming for a November submission time, but we’ll see about that. What have I learned from Cate’s notes? I should never ever try to write a novel in a month I’ve been a…