Tuesday’s Title, Rescuing Prince Charming

Rescuing HoorneartShe’s no heroine. He’s no Prince Charming

Title:  Rescuing Prince Charming

Author:  Edward Hoornaert

Date of Release:  December 4, 2017
Genre:  Science Fiction Romance

Buy Links:  Amazon    Apple iTunes

Blurb:

Dusty Johnson, a self-styled ordinary, everyday woman, responds with extraordinary heroism when saboteurs try to bomb the prototype of Earth’s first starship. She wants to return to anonymity, but that burst of courage propels her ever deeper into dangers that tear the scabs off her dark past — and thrust her into the arms of the unattainable man of her dreams.

Reese Eaglesbrood, an alien prince, yearns to restore his tattered reputation by guiding the starship project to completion, but his fascination with the unassuming heroine threatens to undermine his fragile authority. Shunning Dusty is necessary, yet unthinkable — and when the saboteurs strike again, she may be his only ally against Earth’s most elusive enemies. 

Author Bio:

What kind of guy writes romance? A guy who married his high school sweetheart a week after graduation and still lives the HEA decades later. A guy who’s a certifiable Harlequin hero—he inspired Vicki Lewis Thompson’s Rita Award finalist Mr. Valentine, which is dedicated to him.

Ed started out writing contemporary romances for Silhouette Books, but these days he concentrates on science fiction romance. He’s been a teacher, principal, technical writer, salesman, janitor, and symphonic oboist. He and wife Judi live in Tucson , Arizona . They have three sons, a daughter, a mutt, and the galaxy’s most adorable grandsons.

Visit him at http://eahoornaert.com.

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You Made a Resolution, Now to Keep It

Last week, the post was about resolutions. Following the focus of beginning the new year on a positive note, I thought I’d pass along an article by Fae Rowan which contains advice on how to keep your resolutions–especially if you resolved to write more, write better, or set certain goals for your writing career.

Rowan lists seven key words. While they may or may not be familiar to you as a writer, you can say they are battle-tested.

Read the rest of my thoughts here.

To learn the answer how seven words will help you meet your resolution, you have to go read Morgan’s article at seven-tips-to-level-up-your-writing-career/. Fae explains how they fit into her writing life, and it sounded a lot like mine. And probably yours too.

~till next time, Helen