Today’s book promotion comes from Lauren Linwood and her book called Outlaw Muse. If you like historical western romances, take a look below. You might just find another book for your “to read” pile!
Book: Outlaw Muse
Author: Laruen Linwood
Genre: Historical Western Romance
Publisher: Soul Mate Publishing
Format: Exclusively on Amazon for the first 3 months as an ebook with paperback to follow
Release: October 9, 2013
Buy off of Amazon: Here
Separated from her twin during the Orphan Train selection, schoolmarm Serena Sullivan searched for her brother Bill over fifteen years. Just as she gets a lead on his whereabouts, she is railroaded by a crooked sheriff and set to hang for the murder of the sheriff’s best friend.
English playwright Daman Rutledge has come to the American West on business for his brother when he witnesses a woman about to be executed. On impulse he rescues the beautiful stranger and goes on the run with her. Along the way Daman finds the muse he’s been missing and loses his heart to the raven-haired beauty with haunting amber eyes.
As they try to outrun the long arm of the law, Daman seeks to prove Serena’s innocence before it’s too late.
.About the Author:
Q & A:
The best thing about writing this book?
The best thing about writing OUTLAW MUSE had to be getting inside Daman’s head. Like me, he’s also a writer (an English playwright), and he’s lost his muse. He can’t write – no ideas, no nothing! It was fun to let him – and not me – be the one with writer’s block. I then got to reward him by giving him his own, very beautiful, and very feisty Outlaw Muse!
Where did you get your idea for this story?
I got the idea for my story partly because I taught US History for many years. I already knew something about the orphan trains and cattle drives, so I took that knowledge, did some more in-depth research, and combined that information with two characters dancing in my head.
What would you tell aspiring writers out there?
I would advise aspiring writers to always read – even outside your chosen genre. Good writing is good writing, and you want to soak it in. And write no matter what. Give yourself permission to write badly. Having something on the page to revise is better than staring at a blank page with nothing on it!
I want to thank Lauren Linwood for allowing me to promote her book on my blog. I hope this post has inspired you to go out and read Outlaw Muse!