Tomorrow , March 4 from 12-8 pm EST over at the blog site of Coffee Time Romance and More, in my "Starbooks Barrista" hat as AZGaye I'll be hosting the monthly Book Brew party, The URL for that is www.coffeetimeromance.com/CoffeeThoughts/ in case you have not visited before. It's an eight hour party where visiting authors post excerpts, tidbits, sometimes interviews and other fun stuff. We have a theme each month and welcome both new releases and back list titles that fit the theme.
I really look forward to this gig and always enjoy it. Readers can comment for chances to win a bunch of kewl prizes and talk to authors via comments too. Tomorrow we will be featuring Celts and the Celtic regions as they appear in books, mostly romance of course. Two of my favorite authors who excel in Celtic based romances are going to be special guests, Sue-Ellen Welfonder the author of a slew of wonderful medieval and earlier historical tales set in the Scots Highlands and Cornelia Amari, whose dramatic books are rooted in the mythology and deep historical past of Ireland and the rest of the Celtic world. We'll also have Kelley Heckart who delves into somewhat similar territory and some other authors as well.
Gwynn and I will be there too! Gwynn will feature her wonderful police procedural tale, January gets her Gunn where the heroine is of Irish ancestry and the hero Scots--and their background does play a major role in the unfolding of their tale, especially their rocky romance! I'll be talking about Beyond the Shadows, the very first of my Thin Green Line series, where the two heroes, who've been friends since childhood, one of Irish and the other of Welsh ancestry, discover a powerful connection in a prior life that links them in unexpected ways and gives them the power to vanquish a terrible supernatural foe in their duties as rookie US Border Patrol officers. We'll each have a book up for winning, too as will most of the visiting authors. So see you there!