Posts by Heather Webb

Spooktacular Book Hop + Prizes Galore!

Posted by on Oct 30, 2014 in Blog, Contests & Hops | 30 comments

In honor of Halloween and all things suspenseful, thrilling, scary and mysterious a few author friends are hopping around today and tomorrow, sharing exciting snippets from our novels. Not only are we sharing those juicy tidbits, but EACH OF US is offering a giveaway: books, gift cards, chocolatey goodness, and more. Just leave a comment on the post, share, or like and you’re entered! Check out the list of hoppers below.   I chose a clip from RODIN’S LOVER. My protagonist,...

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Guest Author Judith Starkston on Love of the Ancient World, Writing + Hand of Fire

Posted by on Oct 14, 2014 in Author Interviews, Blog | 0 comments

I’m delighted to welcome Judith Starkston, historical novelist and researcher extraordinaire to Between the Sheets.  Judith’s debut novel HAND OF FIRE set in the ancient world follows the story of Briseis, the face that caused war and lover to Achilles. Judith answers all of our burning questions below. What is it about this era that’s seduced you? Are there any other eras about which you would like to write? The seducer was an epic poem, rather than the era itself. As an...

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When the Gazillionth Pass Through Your Manuscript Tries to Kill You

Posted by on Sep 30, 2014 in Blog, Writing Tips | 0 comments

There are some who are lucky enough to write a novel and make it beautiful in two or three drafts. (Secretly, I loathe them. Why can’t I do that?!) Most of us, on the other hand, spend months and months, sometimes years, perfecting our works. By the time we’ve seen that story seven or eight or twenty times, not only are we too close to the story, but we may even hate it a little. How do we push through the weariness, bleariness, and general over-saturated brain fuzzies? Well, I like...

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When Rejection is Necessary, or I Reject All the Fear

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Blog, Writing Tips | 2 comments

I’ve been absent…this happens to the best of us, especially when working under deadline for our publisher. But a big part of my issue is all that blogging I do elsewhere! From now on, dear readers, I will post a snippet of what I’m working on here and you can follow the link to the end of the rainbow. Today I’m blogging over at the wonderful blog, Writers in the Storm, about writerly fear. So here we go…   When Rejection is Necessary, or I Reject All the...

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Meet the Author: Susan Spann & BLADE OF THE SAMURAI

Posted by on Aug 6, 2014 in Author Interviews, Blog | 11 comments

I’m very excited to welcome author Susan Spann, a friend, colleague, and super cool chick to Between  the Sheets today. In fact, I’m so excited about it, I’m giving away ANOTHER copy of her latest novel BLADE OF THE SAMURAI, book two in her ninja mystery series. Just leave a comment here on the blog, tweet this post, or Facebook it (be sure to tag me so I see it!) and your name goes into the pot.   ABOUT THE BOOK June, 1565: Master ninja Hiro Hattori receives a pre-dawn...

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