I'm still on a bit of a high after this year's RWA conference which was held in Atlanta.
This southern city provided some amazing memories: fried cheesecake, the biggest aquarium in the world, unbelievably friendly people and some magnificent storms.
Oh, and the discovery that the legendary Margaret Mitchell also wrote about Sheiks - so I feel I'm in very exalted company!
Here's an article she did for The Atlanta Journal (which still exists today as ajc.com)
Don't you just love the illustrations?
Today I'm back at work, creating the story of Catrin and Murat.
Catrin is - or rather, was - an innocent from the beautiful region of northern Wales - before she fell in love with Murat The Magnificent.
Sigh. Where do I begin?
He's a Sultan. Actually, he's first Sultan I've ever written. He's ruthless, hard and utterly magnificent and no woman can resist him - Catrin included.
Many women have brought pleasure into this autocratic royal's life, but no woman has ever managed to tame him...
Like the sound of him?