Monthly Archives: April 2013

An Interview with Our Very Own Vanessa Riley

Last week you got a taste of the characters from Vanessa Riley’s debut release, Madeline’s Protector. Today, I’m going to interrogate—I mean interview—our blog-mate a little more, so we can learn about the woman behind the characters. Vanessa is also giving away one free ebook copy of her novel to a lucky commenter. See details … Continue reading »

Categories: Fiction, Historical, Regency, Romance | 9 Comments

Vanessa’s Character Picks April 26, 2013

Here are some posts that caught the eyes of the IC characters roaming here: Fun Fridays – April 26, 2013 Fancy Schmancy! I DID Finish Your Book…and I Plan to Read it Again! News You Can Use – April 23, 2013 Cover Bands Don’t Change the World A Moment of Silence I Didn’t Finish Reading … Continue reading »

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What’s the Difference in a Cook Stove?

Although I write both historicals and contemporaries, my favorite decade in history to set my romance novels is the 1890s. During those ten short years the United States suffered through a three-year economic panic beginning in 1893, several strikes from coal miners and railroad workers to newsboys and included the Klondike Gold Rush of 1897. … Continue reading »

Categories: Historical, On My Mind | 3 Comments

The Grand Prize Winner

Vanessa here. Before I mention who are grand prize winner is, I want to thank everyone for participating in this great week at Infinite Characters. I’d like to thank all of you who visited and suffered through all my reminders. Your participation has made this so exciting.   Thanks to Connie, June, Mildred and our … Continue reading »

Categories: Book Launch, Contest, Rick's Cafe American | 2 Comments

IC Cafe Part Seven – Final Chance to Enter

Rick: “Ilse’s gone, and today is your last day to enter the Grand Prize. You’ve got until 7:00 PM EST. You can still go back to any of the previous posts and add a comment for an extra entry. You can also get extra entries here.” If you missed Part One click here. Part Two. … Continue reading »

Categories: Uncategorized | 5 Comments

Winner of MaryLu Tyndall’s Forsaken Dreams

Congratulations Annette Gardner. You were selected for a free copy of MaryLu Tyndall’s newest release, Forsaken Dreams.

Categories: Announcements | 1 Comment

IC Cafe Part Six — Celebrate Saturday

Isle: “Before I get on this plane, I have to remind you that there is still time to enter the Grand Prize. You can still go back to any of the previous posts and add a comment for an extra entry. You can also get extra entries here.” Friday’s winner of Mildred Colvin’s 3 eBook … Continue reading »

Categories: Book Launch, Rick's Cafe American | 10 Comments

IC Cafe – Celebrate the Books

Rick: “Rick and Ilse here. We’ve settled our differences, but Ilse’s catching a plane tomorrow.” Isle: “Yes, so were going to be good friends today at Rick’s Cafe Americain. I’d like to congratulate, Ladette.  She has won an electronic 3 book set of the Bellwood Series by June Foster. ” Rick: “If you’re here just for … Continue reading »

Categories: Book Launch, Contest, Rick's Cafe American | 14 Comments

IC Cafe Part Four – Ladies’ Hour

“Welcome. I didn’t think you scared easily. I just didn’t believe Rick. I’m having a little trouble with my friend, but nothing a little .45 won’t fix. If you missed Part One click here. Part Two. Part Three. The winners of yesterday’s daily contest: Cindi Altman wins a man’s watch, and Joanne Elliott wins a … Continue reading »

Categories: Book Launch, Heroine, Heroine's View POV, Rick's Cafe American | 16 Comments

IC Cafe Part Three: Ladies’ Hour

Ilsa Lund: “Welcome. Rick said you’d be coming. I just didn’t believe him. It’s so hard to know the truth. If you’ve missed Part One click here. Part Two. The winner of yesterday’s 30 minute Life Coach Session and an e_copy of Madeline’s Protector is Ginger . Sometimes, the early bird does get the worm.” … Continue reading »

Categories: Book Launch, Heroine, Heroine's View POV, Rick's Cafe American, Uncategorized | 15 Comments