Happy Birthday to the 1Night Stand line at Decadent Publishing. I love the series–the shared premise and oh-so-awesome ways that different authors write within it. Wolf shifters? You got it. Vampires? Of course! Cowboys? uh-huh! Space cowboys? yes! Time travel? Yes! Contemporary, m/m, menage. f/f, veterinarians, firefighters, rangers, BBW? all of the above and more!
If you haven’t read one, do it now! You won’t regret it. The stories are like potato chips, you can’t just have one. (they are no calorie, but high in eye candy…)
I have three 1NSs out–all time travel historicals. So much fun to write! Here are mine:
I had so much fun writing and researching Ancient Rome, Druid Ireland, and Ancient Egypt! For a chance to win your choice of books plus a $20 Amazon GC, leave a comment about which time period in history you find most interesting. I’ll do a random draw October 21 for the winner.
Also, Decadent Publishing is doing a fabulous Rafflecopter giveaway. Click below to enter! And make sure you visit the other 1NS authors who are posting this week–lots of fabulous books and many great giveaways!
Enter Decadent Publishing’s rafflecopter here:
The main birthday giveaway from Decadent Publishing is the following:
Grand prize – $25 Fandango gift card plus 5 1NS titles
2nd prize – Decadent Publishing paperback plus swag
3rd – 1NS ebook (lots of winners)Kerry Adrienne
felicia sidoma says
I love time travel books. My fav time would be the 1800’s or 1000.’ 1200’s
Sierra McBride says
Favorite time period would have to be ancient Rome. I would LOVE to have lived back then. Spartacus is one of my favorite shows. <3 Thank you for the amazing giveaway !!
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Libby Waterford says
My favorite historical time period to read about is probably the interwar years – the 1920s and 30s. But I’ve always wondered what it would be like to go back to America before the railroads, when people were pushing west on foot or by wagon.
Putting all of these titles on my to-read list now!
Eva Lefoy says
well i’m going to try this one more time. For the record, the tiny little font below does not stand out. My general rule of thumb is that anything in 4 point font is ignorable in life as long as you’re willing to assume the consequences 🙂 You might want to make it 16 point and PINK.
Otherwise the Japanese will never find it! Konichiwa!
Barbara Elsborg says
I remember the days when it was possible to walk among the stones of Stonehenge! I do love that cover, but they’re all very good! And yes, who would have thought there would be over 200 INS stories by now!!
Heather Long says
I love the covers of your books, and I’ve been wanting to read them for a while. I love anything set in the ancient world, but I’m a history nerd. So I think it’s easier to list the time periods that I’m not a huge fan of…
Congrats to the 1NS series for reaching their 200th book! Wow! I have read a few and they were stunning. I just love the look of your ancient Ireland book and think that period looks the most fascinating.
Shiloh Saddler says
I love historicals, but have not read a historical 1Ns yet. They all look like great reads!
Landra Graf says
Time Travel 1NS’s, I’ve heard of them but thought it would be difficult to write. Now I’m intrigued. All 3 time periods are interesting to me. Guess I know what’s next on my purchase list. 🙂
C.R. Moss says
I’m into the Mayan time period. & the 1NS series is awesome!
Taryn Kincaid says
So true! Something for everyone!
Lola Karns says
My favorite time period – if I could visit (but not stay) 1920s Berlin. Maybe Sally Bowles would let me share the stage….
Would be cool to visit the ancient Druids and see how Stonehenge was made.
Teri Riggs says
Picking a 1NS to read is like being in a candy store. There’s so much to choose from!
Jane Wakely says
Oh, I love your covers and I haven’t read any of your 1NS’! This is surprising, because your comparison to potato chips is spot on! I have tons of the series on my Kindle!
As for time periods, I’ve often wondered what it would be like to live in early America. Not as a first settler, but in one of the already settled western towns! 🙂
Go you! I really enjoyed your stories!
Jessica E. Subject says
You’re correct in that 1Night STand stories are like potato chips. Betcha can’t have just one. 😉
My favorite period in time is the future. I always wonder what it will be like, and how many things will change or stay the same.
Melania Tolan says
I love anything ancient. The older the better, so naturally I’m drawn to Egypt and anything before that time period. However, there is something very magical about the druids and Ireland/England/Scotland.