An Outlaw in Her Bed
Genre: Western Historical Erotic Romance
Publisher: Roane Publishing
Date of Publication: March 18, 2016
Number of pages: 79
Word Count: 24,500
Cover Artist: Pam Mangol
An outlaw by trade, Travis Colburn refuses to be tied down by a woman. Life on the run leaves him no room for love, until a calico queen's wicked lips tattoo his soul. Her searing kiss leads him on a path entwined with the devil himself, and nothing will stand in his way—not even cold lead from a gun.
When a bullet steals her husband's life, Ella Gilby gets more than she bargained for from a tall, dark stranger. Death walks in his shadow and the temptation he offers swallows her whole. The more she denies the attraction, the more her desire for the deadly desperado draws her back in.
Heaven and debauchery collide, and the love sparked in a single night reignites as Ella recaptures the man she lost long ago. Unless their shaded past tears their world in two.
Please welcome Kastil Eavenshade to Musings and Ramblings for a little Author Q&A.
*Offers Kastil a cup of java and a plate of digestive biscuits.*
Yum. Tasty. I'm probably making my British friends cringe right now. :D
What are your writing goals for the next year?
Finish one of my many incomplete manuscripts. Seriously, if my muse gives me one more idea I'm going to hog tied him to the bed with Gorilla glue and rainbow sprinkles.
Which three writers have inspired you the most and why/how?
- David Morrell. The amazing things he's done to really get into writing like learning to fly a plane. He's the reason I went with a friend to learn how to fire a gun. It's one thing to write about it. Quite another to experience it.
- Jocelyn Adams. The ideas she comes up with for her stories always have me in awe and the typing speed she has? I bow down to her awesomeness.
- Connie Mason. The first romance author that had me gobbling up her books as fast as I could find them. That she's visited some of the places she writes about inspires me to do the same when money allows.
Carpe Diem—seize the day. For me it means no matter how much crap gets thrown at you, never turn back. Keep charging.
Describe your favorite reading space.
The sun room I had weatherproofed for my cats. I painted and installed the flooring. The pic is my view from the couch in there. It's really peaceful.
Write a haiku about your life.
Happiness with self
With heart open wide to see
Find solace within
Bonus Fun Question:
A penguin walks through the door right now wearing a sombrero. What does he say and why is he here?
Hey, we're late for the flight to Mexico …wait. Is that the Penguins playing on TV? Move over and get me some sardines, will you? And a gluten free beer. That other stuff makes me gassy.
Thanks for sharing with us today. Any final words of wisdom to pass along?
Don't ever let someone else tell you what your dream is but remember art is a crime of passion. It always comes with a price.
Kastil Eavenshade is multi-published author pandering her romantic shenanigans. When not catering to the whims of three rescued kitties, she’s dreaming up her next heart-beating tale. No period in history–past, present, or future–is safe from the clutches of her muse.
Her passions beyond writing are drawing, cooking, and watching Pittsburgh Penguins hockey. She credits her parents for her free spirit as they’ve always supported her in every aspect of her life. Without them, she wouldn’t be here. She finds pleasure in writing anything from fantasy to romance-which sometimes parallel each other.
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