Hi Bonnie, and thanks for the warm welcome. As for the nun partâ€“letâ€™s just say I got over it pretty darn quick. 😀 So many cute boys, so little time!Â But I will talk some this week about how my inner nun and my inner romance diva got on the same page, so to speak.
Iâ€™ll have two releases out in the next few days. The first, Wicked Temptation, is the first in Red Sage Publishingâ€™s first author developed series, Three Kinds of Wicked. Weâ€™re very fortunate that we have our own website for the series, http://www.threekindsofwicked.comÂ Â Also be sure to check out our steamy trailer done by Rae Monet at http://www.threekindsofwicked.com/trailer
Iâ€™ve had tons ofÂ funÂ in creatingÂ all of my stories, but I feel that I reached a new intensity of emotion between my hero (es) and heroine with Wicked Temptation, so Iâ€™m hoping my readers agree.Â My editor says parts actually brought tears to her eyes!
Later this month, my very first mermaid novella, which was my first romance sale ever,Â will debut in Secrets, Vol. 27, Untamed Pleasures, also from Red Sage Publishing. Detecting a trend here? I love writing for Red Sage, they are author friendly and entertain my most insane ideasâ€“such as the Three Kinds of Wicked series, which was one of my dastardly dream children.
But, believe it or not, writing isnâ€™t my first passion. Building a better world for persons with autism is. Iâ€™ll talk more about that laterâ€“Iâ€™m off to take one of my kids to the doctor. Iâ€™ll be checking back in after lunch time.
Until then, a question for your readers. How has the economic meltdown changed your reading and book buying habits? I really do want to know!
- About the Author
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Liane Gentry Skye was considered the girl most likely to become a nun in high school. Upon graduation, she wasted no time rewriting her miserable destiny. Two marriages, one real life alpha hero and four beautiful babies later, she decided it wise to exchange her rhinestone thong for soccer mom sweats.
These days, her walk on the wild side lives (mostly) in her imagination.
The mother of two children with autism, what time she doesn’t spend breathing life into her secret fantasies, she spends grant writing and advocating for a better world for persons with autism. In that vein, she has written for such venues as Autism/Asperger’s Digest, Autism Today, Guideposts: Angels on Earth