Author Archives: diannefreeman

Thank you!

A Lady’s Guide to Etiquette and Murder released last week and I want to thank everyone who made it such a memorable day! The release party is still to come but release day was the most fun I’ve ever had … Continue reading

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Authors ’18 Facebook Party

If you’re looking for some new books you should check out Authors ’18 We’re 120 authors with debut novels releasing this year in all genres. If you’re looking to win some new books, join us on Facebook June 18th for … Continue reading

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Review: The Kiss Quotient

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang My rating: 5 of 5 stars I loved this story. It’s fun, sweet, hot, and sexy in equal measure. Stella is a smart, successful econometrician with a high functioning form of autism. She’s socially … Continue reading

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Interview with Debra Sennefelder

I recently had an opportunity to talk with author Debra Sennefelder about writing her debut novel, The Uninvited Corpse, the first in The Food Blogger Series. Here’s a little bit about the book: Leaving behind a failed career as a … Continue reading

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Introducing Frances Wynn

Greetings from London, 1899. My name is Frances, Countess of Harleigh and I’m delighted to be sharing a bit about my life with you today. You may be wondering how I, an American born in Akron, Ohio, became a Countess. … Continue reading

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Interview with Renee Ann Miller

I recently had an opportunity to talk with author Renee Ann Miller about writing her debut novel, Never Dare a Wicked Earl. Known as a brazen philanderer, Hayden Milton, Earl of Westfield, is almost done in by a vengeful mistress … Continue reading

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Interview with Clarissa Goenawan, author of Rainbirds

Clarissa Goenawan’s debut novel, Rainbirds is out today. Happy release day, Clarissa! Here’s a little bit about the book. Ren Ishida has nearly completed his graduate degree at Keio University when he receives news of his sister’s violent death. Keiko … Continue reading

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Hey, I’m working here!

I’m talking research again. Historical novels require a lot of it. Fortunately for me, my novels are set in the late 1890s. As history goes, that’s not so long ago and information is boundless. I can get lost in the … Continue reading

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Thoughts On Saying Yes and Introducing Clarissa Harwood

Many years ago, in a dark, noisy bar, I was standing by the stage listening to a band, when a big burley guy approached and asked if I was Becky. As I said, no, a woman dressed in black leather … Continue reading

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Authors 18/Introducing Pamela Kopfler

As a debut author, I’m always looking for advice. It felt like I was writing my book forever and I pretty much had the writing part down. Once my book sold, I found myself in unknown territory–publishing. The one piece … Continue reading

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