The Dark Powers of Rebecca York

Rebecca York is back with us in a video interview this time.  She’s amazingly prolific and always interested in helping new writers.  In fact, she received  the Washington Romance Writer’s Mentoring Award last April.  I’m so proud to call her my friend.

For a peek at the written interview with special little details about the Rebecca York  few people get to see, please click here.

Thanks so much for being my guest, Rebecca. Wishing you much success with your new book!

So, tell us your favorite type of suspense hero and you may win a copy of Rebecca’s newest Harlequin Intrigue, Her Baby’s Father.  (You can gain an extra entry by posting a comment at DianaBelchase.com, too.)

Please stop by tomorrow when I post the winner and talk about life, death, and Arlington National Cemetery.

About Diana Belchase

I am an author, who won the Golden Heart for my suspense novel Spy in the Mirror and was a Golden Heart finalist, once again, for my second novel, Spy in the Harem. I am also a triple Daphne Du Maurier Award for Mystery and Suspense Finalist for three other books. Please follow me at my website: DianaBelchase.com, or friend/follow me on facebook and twitter. I blog on KissandThrill.com. See you there!

Posted on March 12, 2013, in Author Interview, Diana Belchase and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 16 Comments.

  1. Another fun interview by Diana. Thanks for sharing! And nice to see you here again Rebecca. My favorite suspense hero is super-smart, extremely protective, and he’s usually either in law enforcement or the military. Tall, dark, and handsome doesn’t hurt either.

  2. Great interview, ladies! I’ll have to check out onromancewriting.com. It sounds like a fabulous resource, and Rebecca, you obviously know what you’re talking about.

    My favorite heroes are warrior types, often military or former who would do anything for the heroine, even leave her if he thought that was best in his own arrogant way. 😉

  3. Welcome back, Rebecca! Lovely way to begin my morning…large mug of coffee and gazing at your book covers!

    My favorite hero (presently) is Karin Slaughter’s Will Trent, who is so deliciously wounded and flawed but still goes after leads like a junk yard dog. And boy, do the powerful, moody women in his life run him ragged. I’m not a beta fan, so this character has slapped me upside the head.

    And Darynda Jones (our guest on March 26) has a protagonist that is off the charts hot. Can’t call the Son of Satan a hero though…

  4. Thanks for joining us Rebecca! Great interview, Diana!

    I’m a fan of the reluctant hero.

  5. Another wonderful video interview, Diana! My adore wounded heroes. Wounded bad boy heroes are even better!

  6. Welcome back, Rebecca! Great interview, ladies! My favorite hero is THE PROTECTOR in just about any way shape or form- and I do like a sweet-talker while we’re at it!

  7. Thanks for the welcome. It’s fun to be here again.

  8. Oh, it’s so much fun having you here, too, Rebecca!

  9. One hundred books? Did I hear that right? Wow! Awesome accomplishment, Rebecca!

    My favorite type of hero is the guy who doesn’t think he’s a hero. He’s the guy who does the right thing, even when no one is looking.

    Diana, what’s your favorite type of hero. Did I miss it?

  10. Yes, I love that kind of guy, too. I guess my favorite kind of hero is the stiff, business tycoon, absurdly intelligent, and terribly in need of love. But then again, I change my mind every time I read a book. When it comes down to it, my real favorite hero, is my husband.

Thrill us with your wit...

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: