And Then Life Interfered

10 Aug

by Kiersten Hallie Krum

We had a death in the family this week and with this, along with my birthday last week and topped off by a migraine-dominated weekend, Life has thus interfered with my planned post for this week.

Instead of something fresh and potentially scintillating, let me redirect you to a few Lady Smut posts you might have missed if, say, Life interfered with your plans as much as it did with mine.

There’s still time left to leave a comment on my Deacons of Bourbon Street post from last week and win an electronic copy of the first book in this hot new MC series from Loveswept, Megan Crane’s Make Me Burn. Be sure to plug in and listen to the interview I had with all four authors of the series, Rachael Johns, Jackie Ashenden, and Maisey Yates.

Elizabeth Shore delved into the man bun trend (I personally am not a fan) in All Bun Up while Madeline Iva talked hot FBI guys with author Leah St. James. Finally, Alexa Day took the bit between her teeth and weighed in on the ongoing discussion (or controversy, depending on which side of the byline you sit) on inspirational romance writer Kate Breslin’s RITA nominated book For Such a Time.

Until next week, lovely readers. Follow Lady Smut.

4 Responses to “And Then Life Interfered”

  1. C. Margery Kempe August 11, 2015 at 7:31 am #

    I’m so sorry to hear this, Kiersten.


  2. Elizabeth Shore August 10, 2015 at 11:34 am #

    Yikes, Kiersten. So sorry for the bad news about the death in the family. I’m thinking the migraine is probably related, right? In any case, doesn’t sound like the merriest of birthdays. Maybe you can have a belated celebration. I’m keeping you in my thoughts. Be well. 🙂


    • Kiersten Hallie Krum August 10, 2015 at 11:41 am #

      Thanks Liz! Yeah the migraine was definitely related to the blitzkrieg drive to south Jersey for the family funeral, which was worth it but a BFD. I managed to have a pretty good birthday before hand though, so at least there was that. Here’s to a better week all around!


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