Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Romancing the West

We're heading into the Wild West this week for My Writing Corner as we visit the fascinating, romantic world of Meg Benjamin.

She is an award-winning author of contemporary romance. Her Konigsburg series for Samhain Publishing is set in the Texas Hill Country and her Ramos Family Trilogy is set in San Antonio’s King William District.

Her Salt Box trilogy takes place in her new home, the Colorado Rockies. She’s also the author of Going Up In Flames, part of the Sapphire Falls Kindle World series. Meg’s books have won numerous awards, including an EPIC Award, a Romantic Times Reviewers’ Choice Award, the Holt Medallion from Virginia Romance Writers, the Beanpot Award from the New England Romance Writers and the Award of Excellence from Colorado Romance Writers. Let's get a blurb on her newest book, Running on Empty.  I love this cover!

She’s running her heart out to stay in the same place.

Ronnie Ventura has every reason to distrust Fairstein Productions: she’s had run-ins with their shows before. But Fairstein’s newest reality show offers Ronnie a chance to redeem herself from looking like a blonde bimbo. All she has to do is win a modified triathlon. Simple, right? Except this is Fairstein, and nothing is ever simple with them.

Ronnie’s boss at the Blarney Stone bar and café, owner Ted Saltzman, is a lot less convinced that another Fairstein show is just what Ronnie needs, particularly when he’s head over heels about Ronnie himself.  But she’s determined, and he’s a man in love.

Ted becomes her running coach, which fans their budding romance to a fever. But can Ronnie’s newfound confidence stand up to the usual Fairstein plots? And can Ted find a way to keep his true love in Salt Box if Hollywood tries to steal her away again?

Sounds like another award winner from Meg!  Here's the buy link at Amazon for Running on Empty and how to get in touch with her.

Meg’s Web site is
You can follow her on Facebook (, Pinterest (, and Twitter (

Meg loves to hear from readers—contact her at

To purchase Meg’s books, you can visit her author page at  Samhain, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, or All Romance Ebooks. Meg’s books are also available through iBooks and other venues.

Thanks, Meg, for being our guest today.  Any questions or comments for Meg?

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