inspiration
  • Music and A Diamond Deal With The Greek Posted on April 13, 2016

    by Maya Blake, author of A Diamond Deal With The Greek Music is a fundamental part of my and my family’s life. I grew up surrounded by my father’s LPs, which comprised everything from Frank Sinatra and Miles Davis to Osibisa ... Read More…

  • Q&A with Sharon Kendrick, Author of The Billionaire’s Defiant Acquisition Posted on April 1, 2016

    Time to take a look behind the scenes of a Presents book! Today, Sharon Kendrick (The Billionaire’s Defiant Acquisition) reveals what inspires her books, writing tips and more! Do you have a writing routine? My most creative time is early in the morning, ... Read More…

  • Redemption Stories at Christmas Posted on November 6, 2015

    by Caitlin Crews, author of Unwrapping the Castelli Secret I love redemption stories. Especially at Christmas. There’s just something about the end of the year, isn’t there?  The inky black nights that come sooner and last longer.  The bright lights that try to ... Read More…

  • The Fairy With the Matchstick For a Wand Posted on November 2, 2015

    by Sharon Kendrick, author of The Sheikh’s Christmas Conquest The idea for a story can start with something as small as a matchstick.  In this case, a matchstick painted black with a sparkle of glittery gold stars tip exploding from the ... Read More…

  • Abby Green on Perfume and the Inspiration Behind An Heir Fit for a King Posted on October 5, 2015

      by Abby Green, author of An Heir Fit for a King I came up with the idea for this book about three years ago, so it had a long gestation. I was in Dublin and walking through a little shopping arcade ... Read More…

  • Inspiration and the Movies Posted on October 2, 2015

    by Jennifer Hayward, author of Reunited for the Billionaire’s Legacy You must remember this A kiss is just a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh The fundamental things apply As time goes by… Ah that ... Read More…

  • From Inspiration to Book Posted on July 1, 2015

    by Maisey Yates, author of Married For Amari’s Heir My process is a slippery thing. There are quite a lot of ways I get from first inspiration to book. It definitely shifts around a little bit from book to book, ... Read More…

  • What Do You Think of Office Romances? Posted on June 12, 2015

    by Abby Green, author of The Bride Fonseca Needs  The whole premise for this book came out of a desire to do an office romance. I’ve only really done one other office romance—Ruthless Greek Boss, Secretary Mistress, so I ... Read More…

  • Which Real Life Society Wedding Got YOUR Attention? Posted on May 21, 2015

    by Andie Brock, author of The Sheikh’s Wedding Contract I was thrilled to be offered the chance to write the fourth book in the Society Weddings miniseries! Not only did it mean working closely with the three other fabulous ... Read More…

  • Using Your Childhood as Inspiration Posted on May 4, 2015

    by Rachael Thomas, author of Craving Her Enemy’s Touch Inspiration can strike at any time, usually when it is least expected and that is how the idea for Craving Her Enemy’s Touch came to me. I grew up ... Read More…