Well, many things--the blogs, the interaction with fans and authors, the neat way in which the site is set up. Having a place to list our reviews!!! *sigh*. One of my publishers just asked for the reviews we received a couple of years ago--this one for Winning the Highlander's Heart. And though most I posted on my website with links, a couple of them, for whatever reason, I didn't. Trying to find the original posting is impossible on the sites. No easy search engines for author's name or title. Soooo, I tried Google search. And no luck there. It was interesting though, doing the search. I found Goodreads and Wereads had some nice reviews of Winning the Highlander's Heart that I hadn't known about!
But, now with Redroom, I have a great place to "store" my reviews, but at the same time make them available for everyone to see who wants to check them out. I have a way to link back to the sites, etc, and it's a great way to have a sourcebook, so to speak, for future reference. :)
Another reason I love Redroom is that the book covers I've uploaded have also been reduced to a manageable thumbnail size and this is great for some postings I've had to do when I need an avatar or wanted to show all the covers at one time.
Anyway, it's a great place to be. Now on to the business of Highlanders.
My wolfish guys would make perfectly good Highland hunks! Guaranteed.
Think, cold damp castle, hot fires, and even hotter Highland wolves. Yep. Could work!
In Winning the Highlander's Heart, there are no wolves...like that...but Highland knights who served in the Crusades who are every bit as protective and endearing. Although it's strictly not an urban fantasy, or paranormal romance, Lady Anice does have the gift of future vision, and she has to be careful with revealing the truth, or be considered a witch. She's also worried about a little problem of curses. Related to marriages. Not good. :)
Macolm MacNeill is one of my ancestors, although, not truly based on the real story of love and passion, that led him to losing the Campbell lass. But in honor of his love for her, I've given him his own story that has a happily ever after, if they can get through all the troubles that befall them first. :)
So if you haven't checked out my Highland story, now would be a great time! The Accidental Highland Hero is the sequel, one of the brother's stories, and will be out next March. :)
And I've got a few copies left of the version with the old cover--not the Highland hunk, but a knight in shining armor. So if you'd like an autographed copy--shipping is $2.45 (US), plus $11.00, which is a savings off the Amazon price of $15.29 (not including shipping).
Have a super Tuesday!!!
"Guys in Kilts do it right!"