Can love blossom in the world of politics?
An accomplished political correspondent, Leni knows the challenges of her job. The week before her wedding, she cancels her bachelorette party to cover a presidential candidate. So, when a local broadcaster asks to pick her brain about the event they just covered, she finds herself tempted to blow him off.
But something about him makes her reconsider. Gorgeous and sexy, he seems sincere in his interest. Until he sees the diamond ring on her finger.
As the pair cover presidential campaign after presidential campaign, they form a long-distance friendship that could become so much more. If they can only find the time.
A heartwarming story of true love and second chances.
“On the Trail,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only.
When Gabriella finds herself stranded at O’Hare airport because of an epic snowstorm, she hopes she will still make it to Thanksgiving dinner with her family.
But as the storm rages on, she begins to look for new ways to entertain herself. Until the moment when one word from a handsome man at a nearby gate will make her question a pivotal decision from long ago—and might just offer the key to a happy ending.
A heartwarming story of self-discovery and second chances.
“Snow Day,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only.
As I wrote earlier this year, the changes in the publishing industry continue to smack me in the head. I learned the old publishing industry very well—the one that existed from the mid-1970s to the late 1990s. I survived the early 2000s, and then indie publishing came along. I started this blog—in a different form and under a different blog title—in April of 2009. All […]
The Business Rusch: International Travel Tips Part Two Kristine Kathryn Rusch Great discussions after last week’s post on International Travel Tips. Read the comments section. I learned things. I’m sure you will too. I’m going to touch on a few things that people said in the comments section, but I’m not going to reiterate it for you. There’s just too much good stuff. Take […]
The Business Rusch: International Travel Tips Part One Kristine Kathryn Rusch Initially, I thought of doing this topic as a separate post, part of the travel writing I did while in Germany. But then I realized that I left travel out of the Freelancer’s Guide (more or less), and I figured I needed to spend some time here, particularly after receiving a donation from a […]
The Business Rusch: Small World Kristine Kathryn Rusch Yes, I’m finally home. I got home late Tuesday night and I’ve spent the day doing laundry, staring at my piled-up e-mail, and petting cats. This column will not be that complex because I thought I’d have a day between getting home and writing the column. Ah, the airlines changed that plan and left me with a […]
The Business Rusch: A Lawsuit Waiting To Happen Kristine Kathryn Rusch I knew I’d get ideas for this blog while I was here in Germany. I just didn’t realize I wouldn’t have time to write them. Tonight, after I finish this, I must make notes about Nuremberg and maybe try to get some sleep. I learn a lot about myself and my own country when […]