historical romance

COVER REVEAL: Virginia Taylor’s ‘Ella’

May 24, 2015 // 0 Comments

CONGRATS to Virginia Taylor on the upcoming release of Ella!   Ella Virginia Taylor A love greater than riches. Ella Beaufort knew better than to rely on a sexy stranger. But with two sisters to support on the family sheep station, she accepts shearer Cal Lynton’s help—along with his [...]

HUMP DAY HUNK: Cassandra Samuels

April 29, 2015 // 5 Comments

  Hump day Hunk with Cassandra Samuels   Thanks for having me here today on AusRom Today. The hero of my Regency Historical debut novel, A Scandalous Wager, is Oliver Whitely, Earl of Bellamy. He is a man of action, a soldier, dependable, loyal, with a quick wit and gorgeous to boot. [...]

REVIEW: Tea Cooper’s Jazz Baby

November 6, 2014 // 2 Comments

  REVIEW:  Jazz Baby Tea Cooper In the gritty underbelly of 1920s Sydney, a fresh-faced country girl is about to arrive in the big, dark city – and risk everything in the pursuit of her dreams. Sydney is no place for the fainthearted – five shillings for a twist of snow, a woman for not [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Tamara Gill

October 17, 2014 // 2 Comments

  Finding My Voice: Tamara Gill I suppose I’ve always loved writing and creating stories, but just didn’t realize what I could do with that love until many years later in life. I remember at school writing plays during lesson time and making my classmates act them out at lunch. But things [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Alison Butler

October 3, 2014 // 2 Comments

    FINDING MY VOICE:  Allison Butler My voice wasn’t the first thing I searched for when I began my writing journey. The genre I chose to write in, or rather the genre that chose me, was a given the moment I picked up a historical romance novel from the staffroom table at work. I [...]

WIP ME INSPIRED: Sasha Cottman

September 22, 2014 // 15 Comments

    WIP Me Inspired: Sasha Cottman My new release An Unsuitable Match follows on from the events of my debut novel Letter from a Rake. While writing the early part of my new novel I realised I needed a strong fairy godmother like character to help Lady Clarice Langham (the heroine) come [...]

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Anna Campbell

September 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Author Spotlight Q&A Anna Campbell   Describe yourself in one word: Curious. What is your background with regard to writing? I always wanted to write, from early childhood. I started my first book in grade three and finally finished a novel (a different one!) when I left high [...]

AT MY DESK: Amy Rose Bennett

August 27, 2014 // 6 Comments

  AT MY DESK Amy Rose Bennett Thanks for having me over J’aimee to talk about my desk. Hmmm…I do have a desk in my study, but I must confess I don’t use it. It is way too messy—and my teenage daughters can often be found playing games like Sims on the main computer. (Bad parent that I [...]

FINDING MY VOICE: Joanna Lloyd

July 11, 2014 // 8 Comments

  FINDING MY WRITING VOICE JOANNA LLOYD I first began the task of recording my thoughts and activities in a journal I kept from the age of twelve when I was sent to boarding school. At high school the only subject I really loved was English and at university was berated for embellishing [...]