Literary Lagniappe

Bloopers, bonus features, and behind the scenes views from all your favorite romances


Lagniappe: [pronounced Lan-yap] a small gift given with a purchase to a customer, by way of compliment or for good measure; bonus.

As starving artists, both Lisa and Emily are in love with free things. We’re bargain hunters, deal chasers, and general fans of giveaways. You buy a DVD and you get bonus features, right? We wanted to extend that idea to our favorite romances.

We invite romance authors to our site every Tuesday and Thursday to discuss the behind-the-scenes workings of their books. Every author also brings along something they are willing to give away to one of our blog readers.

About the Creators

Lisa Fox

World-renowned neurosurgeon, jet fighter pilot, secret member of American royalty, seducer of legions of beautiful, outrageously sexy angels and demons and vampires and werewolves and the occasional pirate, Lisa Fox has done it all… in her own mind. In reality, she can generally be found at her desk with a cup of coffee close at hand. Or maybe a martini. It really depends on the day.

Website ~ Blog ~ Twitter ~ Facebook ~ Goodreads ~ Amazon

Emily Cale

After spending her childhood as a visitor to the world’s created by her favorite authors, Emily Cale decided she wanted to grow up to be a writer. Then the real world slapped her on the face and insisted that wasn’t a reasonable life choice. One massive blizzard later, she decided to give the real word the finger and make a go of it anyway. Turns out it wasn’t such a bad life choice.

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Sara Brookes

SBminicon Award-winning romance author Sara Brookes has always been fascinated by the strange, the unusual, the twisted and the lost (tortured heroes please apply). Along with her deep-seated belief geeks rule, she is an action movie junkie, addicted to coffee and has been known to stay up until the wee hours of the morning playing RPG video games.

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Graphics for our site were made by the amazing Mark Robertson.