Monthly Archives: July 2010

Random Ramblings: Celtic Thunder

My Random Ramblings today is about a little Irish band currently touring North America. Members include, Ryan Kelly, Damian McGinty, Paul Byrom, Keith Harkin and George Donaldson (the only member who is not from Ireland, but hails from Scotland!). Five extremely talented men of different ages brought together by legendary producer Phil Coulter to perform an extrodinary show. Their first and latest tour demonstrates the […]

Author Interview: Sherry Thomas

Today, we have historical romance author, Sherry Thomas with us. After reading her most recent release, His at Night, I knew I had to talk to the mastermind behind the plot! I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did. OUAC: In the back of His at Night I read that the first romance you read was Sweet Savage Love and you used […]

By the Cover 7/18/10

By the Cover is another one of our new features. How many of us love to stand in a bookstore and just stare at all the gorgeous book covers? Go on raise your hand you know you do! But we aren’t supposed to judge a book by it’s cover. A really pretty cover; however, can drag us in all the same. We’ll be picking out […]

Author Spotlight: Allison Brennan

The author I chose to highlight this month is Allison Brennan.  Allison primarily writes romantic suspense. She currently has 17 titles to her name and more forthcoming. Her books also tend to run in trilogies. Allison’s romantic suspense novels will grab you from the beginning and won’t let go. They are not for the faint of heart. They are gritty, realistic and unputdownable. If you […]

Cherokee Storm by Janelle Taylor *Lisa’s Review*

Janelle Taylor’s Cherokee Storm is a heartfelt story about two people from two different worlds who must fight against everything to be together. Fans of a truly compelling and emotional love story set during the Seven Years War and tumultuous years of American settlement will love this novel. Shannon O’Shea is a young girl who has too often seen the horrors of the open frontier. […]