November 15, 2010

Inspirational Romance and Suspense Author-Mary Eason Joins the Blog

I started writing as a pre-teen after I started reading romance novels. I love everything about the romance novel world. My ideas might come to me from something I've seen on TV, read about, or even in a dream, (as crazy as that sounds, I've created lots of stories from dreams). With the original premise in mind, I take a few days to let the story develop in my head before putting it down on paper. It never fails that the end result is nothing like what I believed it would be when I started the story. In my work, I like think a good romance novel should be like a rollercoaster ride, crazy, exciting, a thrill ride of emotion. When the reader gets to the final words of my novel, I like them to leave the story with emotional satisfaction.
Readers can check out my work and my next romantic suspense, a novel about a woman who is given the heart of a former spy, and participate in my latest contest on my website. I'm giving away an e-book copy of In The Arms Of A Stranger
Growing up in a small Texas town famous for, well not much of anything really, and being the baby of the family and quite a bit younger than my brothers and sister, I had plenty of time to entertain myself. Making up stories seem to come natural. Today, I still live in Texas, and still write about romance. In fact, I can’t think of anything else I’d rather do.
My newest release is In The Arms of a Stranger.  Available at New Concepts Publishing
Everything Kate Bradshaw believed to be real about her marriage to her husband Alex slowly slipped away from her as the newspaper reports explained the sordid truth in black and white. Their marriage and Alex's seduction had been nothing more than a lie, a means of accomplishing one thing--Alex's revenge against the man he believed responsible for killing his one true love--Kate's own father.
I'm also host of my blog


  1. Wow, that's quite a story!! I like the twist and reason for the marriage being a sham. It sounds suspenseful. I can imagine what he/hero or villain could do since Kate is bound to him through marriage. Nora

  2. Oooh, the book sounds sizzlin! Keep on writing.

  3. I like your comparison of the novel to a rollercoaster ride. Best wishes for success with the book.

  4. What a fun idea to meet authors from around the U.S. Thank you for sharing a little about your writing.

  5. This exciting author has stick to you ribs prose, one sentence braded to another in a provocutive, yet forboding atmosphere of urbon mystery, horror, all with a hidden sence of 'I'm gonna get you, and you want me to!'


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