Monday, June 10, 2013

"Write On the Edge!" with Sedonia Guillione and "Ask the Editor" this Thursday!!

A triple threat as owner of her own press, editor, and author Sedonia Guillone is in the spotlight on this episode of Write On the Edge. In this interview, we focus on her as an author, with her new Re-release of "His Beautiful Samurai". Sedonia shares intimate information that has assisted her with her writing style, how she focuses on the beauty of writing about human nature, and the difficult but rewarding challenge of writing love scenes. This interview gives you an insight into the mind and ideas of a awe inspiring writer of LGBT Romance, intrigue, and love! Check it out here!

Sedonia's bio . . .Multi-published, award-nominated author, she lives on the water in Florida with a Renaissance man who paints, writes poetry and tells her she’s the sweetest nymph he’s ever met. When she’s not writing erotic romance, she loves watching spaghetti westerns, Jet Li and samurai flicks, cuddling, and eating chocolate. She writes both man/man and man/woman erotic romances and hopes you’ll find something here you like!

AND THIS THURSDAY, we will feature our very first " Ask the Editor" with Kris Jacen of ManLoveRomance and FeatherWeight Press. The lines will be open for your questions for this incredibly marvelous woman who has been an editor with these presses for years. She recently edited Lost and Found, the anthology, and will be with us answering queries about everything you can think of regarding writing and the process of publishing. We are taking questions beforehand, simply email us at and we will try to ask your question, as time permits.

Kris' bio . . . Kris Jacen is the Executive Editor and Formatting Director for ManLoveRomance Press and its imprints. She was invited to join the MLR staff in 2008 and has never looked back. Working with over thirty-five phenomenal authors allows her to both hone her editorial skills and indulge her inner fangirl. Kris is quick to tell anyone who will listen that she loves her job. And her authors are just as quick to say that they love their editor.

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