Shameless Self-Promotion: #Romance for #ValentinesDay

Ciao, friends. In honor of Valentine’s Day, I want to throw my hat in the proverbial romance ring (I’ve heard somewhere that love is a battlefield) and remind everyone about my selection of titles fit for this time of year.

Romance Novels

Here are brief descriptions of my work:

And because I like to share the love (see what I did there?), I’d like to recommend a few of my friends who write romances and/or romantic suspense. Check out their bodies of work:

I’ve read one or more books by all of these ladies, and I can recommend them without reservation.

Wishing you all happy reading this Valentine’s Day (and always)!

43 thoughts on “Shameless Self-Promotion: #Romance for #ValentinesDay

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  1. Wonderful post, and a great way to garner some interaction. Glad to see you doing this shamelessly, to use your word. We have to promote, and should be allowed to do it without shame. (Oh, and the green mermaid dress still caught my attention.)

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    1. I feel like if I call myself out as a shameless promoter, it’s not as hard for me. It’s when I don’t that I feel like I’m sneaking promo into what should otherwise just be a casual conversation online. (I’m weird.)

      So glad that cover catches your eye. (That’s the point, after all, right?)

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  2. Reblogged this on From the Pen of Mae Clair and commented:

    My good friend Staci Troilo has trotted out a list of her romance and romantic suspense releases for Valentine’s Day. Every single one of these books will make your heart pitter-patter with love and high-octane suspense. Take it from someone who’s read them. 🙂

    Staci also included a list of several recommended authors in the genres. I was delighted to find myself included. Check it out!

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  3. Ack! I just realized I never read Laci and Del. Like how the heck did that happen, LOL?
    I’m going to have to correct that!.

    Thanks so much for including me. What a great group of authors, and of course, you know I love every single one of your books.

    On a side note, a certain character’s name just popped up in a draft I’m critiquing. I had to recover from an unexpected swoon before I could move on 😉

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    1. I wish I could bring my characters to life. I’d introduce you.

      Laci & Del started as a blogging exercise. It’s not really a novella; it’s snippets of their lives over the course of a year. You probably already saw the rough version on my site in some form. (Did we know each other then? Gosh, I can’t keep track of the years anymore.)

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      1. I remember commenting on a few on your site way back when. I think that’s when we were just starting to connect on Triberr. Can you believe it’s been that long?

        P.S…I’m growing awfully fond of a certain Mr. Flynn.

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