An Undie Chronicles Flashback: “The Undie Sway”

How have I been missing all the fun? Posting this in case you’ve been missing out too. I mean, who couldn’t use a good belly laugh?

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I considered holding this “Undie Chronicle Flashback” until Throwback Thursday, but all the new members of the More Cowbell posse need it nowMany of you weren’t here when it all began but, thanks to a nifty new Microsoft product called Sway, you can feel like you were.

Set down your beverage, hitch up them underpants, and prepare for a Monday belly laugh. Here at More Cowbell, when the Undie-verse speaks…we will always listen!

p.s. For more about Sway, click here. In the meantime, enjoy going “back to the beginning”…

[How fun is that? Feel free to scroll through and click the social links to share it!]

Had you seen a Sway before this? What is your favorite Undie Chronicle of the first five I included? Enquiring minds love to know these things here at More Cowbell!

Happy Monday, y’all!
~ Jenny

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Author Debbie Herbert Sees Ocean Depths as an Unexplored Galaxy of Wild, Primitive Mystery and Beauty

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IMG_4886Debbie Herbert, thanks for coming over to my site today. I’d like to give our readers some idea of who you are, what you’re writing and why. I was delighted with your fantasy, meeting the shape-shifting mermaids and I look forward to the second of the series which I hope to read and review in the next couple of weeks.

How can you describe your series? 17900113

Herbert-authorphoto-228x300(pp_w149_h196)I write the Dark Seas series for Harlequin which involves a secret shape-shifting mermaid clan living deep in an Alabama bayou. The first book in the trilogy, SIREN’S SECRET, is the story of Shelly. Swimming alone at sea one night she stumbles upon a killer dumping a body at sea. A cat and mouse game ensues as each tries to discover the identity the other. Along the way, Shelly falls for the handsome Sheriff who is trying to track down the killer terrorizing…

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Siren’s Treasure by Debbie Herbert

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Debbie and I have talked a bit, and I would like to say she’s my friend. She’s a fabulous author and I hope her books get the recognition they deserves. This book is definitely my favorite in the series. Jet has the same attitude that I often do. Siren’s Treasure is the 2nd book in the Dark Seas series. I gave it 4 stars.

Deep in the bayou, a strange and beautiful world of merfolk exists…

Mermaid Jet Borsage never fit in with her own kind. Her dark hair and eyes set her apart from the other merfolk. Which was why she fell for the wrong man, and why she is still paying the price. One that has made her unwilling to trust any man. Until she meets Landry Fields…

Agent Landry Fields is investigating Jet’s former boyfriend, but he knows Jet is hiding something, as well. At first he…

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Guest Blogger Debbie Herbert – Crystallizing Your Book Idea … for Paranormal or Any Genre

Crystallizing y\Your Book Idea

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Crystallizing Your Book Idea . . . for Paranormal or Any Genre
By Debbie Herbert

I love paranormal romance because the possibility of magic tingles my creative drive and curiosity. The speculation that there might be something more to reality than can be perceived through our senses provides a natural “what if” environment writers need to create stories.

Plus – I’ve never outgrown my love of fairytales and mythology!

Not only do I write paranormal romance, my subject matter isn’t of the popular vampire or werewolf variety. I chose to write about mermaids. I’d completed three other novels (as yet still unpublished) before switching to mermaids and landing multiple contracts with Harlequin Nocturne for a series.

It all started with a dream. I was swimming in a deep body of water when I noticed a man dumping something from the side of a boat. Curious, I swam over…

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Welcome Debbie Herbert!

Here’s an interview with some behind-the-scenes information on the characters in Siren’s secret. Many thanks D.B. Sieders!

D.B. Sieders

2013-11-02 13.08.28I am delighted to welcome fabulous author Debbie Herbert to my blog. Debbie is a fellow member of team Aponte Literary, represented by our wonderful agent Victoria Lea, and I had the great pleasure of meeting her and M.V. Freeman at the 2013 Southern Magic Reader Luncheon. After reading and loving Siren’s Secret, I just HAD to have her on my blog.

It’s no secret that I love mermaids and the mythology surrounding them, so imagine my delight to find another aficionado in my circle of writer pals!

9780373885824(3)Shelly Connors is good at keeping secrets. The safety of her family and of her species depends upon quiet co-existence with humanity. It may be a lonely co-existence for Shelly as a half-breed, but she’s accepts her lot in life between land and water as best she can.

When she catches a serial killer in the act, though, guarding…

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