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Guest Blogger: Kelly Jamieson
Thursday, June 10th, 2010

Welcome a fellow Samhain Author! Promise I’ll be back tomorrow! ~DD

Note from Kelly Jamieson:

I’m a blogging mad woman this week with the release of my latest Samhain book Lost and Found. I think I’m all blogged out. I’ve blogged about how many times this book was rejected because it didn’t fit into any genre quite right, combining elements of women’s fiction with romance. I’ve blogged about how much I appreciate digital publishers like Samhain Publishing who can publish books that take a risk and don’t fit the usual mold. I’ve blogged about all the rules I broke with this book, romance rules like not having a married heroine, and not tackling issues such as pregnancy, infertility and infidelity. I even have a blog coming this weekend about the importance of the setting in this story – the ocean plays an important role for Krissa and Nate, and there are symbols of their lives on the beach – tumultuous waves, tangled seaweed, an empty sea shell. And oh yeah, about the 4 STAR review from RT Book Reviews, who said it’s “emotionally complex, well-written” and a “complex, affecting romance”.

I’ve asked the questions about black and white, and shades of gray. For example, few people would ever agree that infidelity is okay. It’s a pretty black and white issue, right? Infidelity is wrong. But are there shades of gray? Are there powerful desires and emotions that compel people to make the choices they do? Can good people make bad decisions? Do they still deserve to find happiness?

Kelly Jamieson, author of romance with sweet heat, believes in the power of romance stories to portray strong, loving, romantic, sexual relationships that succeed, and to celebrate strength, courage, honor, and love. She believes love, romance and sex teach us about ourselves, about each other and about relationships, and break down barriers and boundaries.

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4 comments to “Guest Blogger: Kelly Jamieson”

  1. Julie Kiesow
    · June 10th, 2010 at 9:31 am · Link

    Sounds like a great book! I am interested in your take on things, will definitely check this out! thanks for blogging here today:)

  2. Delilah Devlin
    · June 10th, 2010 at 9:45 am · Link

    I love stories that look at “taboo” subjects. I touched on INFIDELITY twice, in Unforgiven and Knight of My Dreams. Finding ways to keep my fallen hero/heroine sympathetic stretched me. I imagine that’s the same for you Kelly! Good for you!

  3. Kelly Jamieson
    · June 10th, 2010 at 5:24 pm · Link

    Yes I’ll be interested to know readers’ takes on this book! Thanks Julie and Delilah and thanks for having me here.

  4. Anna Shah Hoque
    · June 11th, 2010 at 11:45 am · Link

    I think it’s our ability to cope with the “grey” areas that really stand out over the course of time…this book looks very intriguing and I have a feeling is going to be an emotional rollercoaster.

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