Thursday, September 1, 2016

It's A Miracle

Good morning!

I thought I'd stop in with a post before diving into my morning writing. River and the boys over in Daly are awaiting my guidance on their second draft, lol. In my last post, I said this book was difficult for me to get into, and that's true, but once I was immersed in it, the initial draft was great to write. The emotions I needed to explore (and am still exploring) have been illuminating. Revisiting characters I love has been...a bit of a homecoming and it makes me excited for the new stories ahead. River and her sisters are in for a big surprise in this book, and that surprise will lead us in a slightly new direction with the series. Daly is growing and that growth is leading to new townspeople and new businesses.  

Speaking of growth, on the recommendation of several people, I've started reading The Morning Miracle by Hal Elrod. Wow! What a book for helping you get more focused and get your life together. It's been interesting to me to see that I'd already implemented several of the techniques into my life, but well...you know...in a far less focused way. I think what it's really helped me to do is start sorting through all the things tangled up in my head. Trust me, you woudn't want a look in there. What a jumbled up mess. My brain never settles and it's not uncommon for multiple thoughts to be jockeying for attention at every given moment. Just practicing the six steps presented has helped settle that chaos a bit. I'd highly recommend the book.

I'll be back soon. Happy reading!
~~Brynn

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

So much...

If you've been a visitor here while I've been away, thank you for your continuing support. I navigated most of my info over to www.brynnpaulin.com and had planned to blog there, but it's not really working out for me, sooooooo... I'm back here.

Over the past year, so many things have happened. I hate to admit it, especially after I've been a firm believer of "there is no writer's block" but...yeah, I had it. For nearly two years. Serves me right, eh? This year has been a turning point. First with the greatly expanded On Your Knees then with my brand new book, Light My Fire. On Your Knees has been expanded so much that it now qualifies as a brand new book. It went from 25,000 words to 102,000 words. Yeah, that surprised me too! Light My Fire is a sweet little reunion book. I intended it to be around 12,000 but ended up around 25,000.

Currently, I'm working on a Daly book (Yay!). It's River's book with Seth and Tai. I have to admit, I had a little difficulty getting into this one. I'm not giving away any secrets by telling you I gave River a brain tumor. This book is far more serious than my normal offerings. It's about living and loving to the fullest. (DISCLAIMER: You all know I write HEA, right? There's an HEA in this one, too)

Readers of the series will get to meet (re-meet) all River's sisters and their partners (if they have them). Plus there are some new people coming to town. There are two more sisters, as well as, River's close friend, Madison, who will "star" in Something About Cowboys early next year.

I have quite a few other things in the works right
now, too, but those are staying under wraps until I'm further along. Suffice to say, I have a massive contemporary romance series getting ready for unveiling.

So...what else has been happening since I was regularly blogging? On a more personal note, I've had a relationship change that temporarily made writing romance a bit difficult. I've gone vegan (I've been vegetarian for several years) which has made writing cattle ranching in Daly a little difficult, as well. Both my kids have gotten "all grown up" and moved out. Wow! Being an empty nester is different, but I'm enjoying it to the fullest. I've now got the crazy dog lady starter pack (three dogs), and they're keeping me pretty busy. Oh, and I've started running. I'm pretty sure I look like a deranged brontosaurus and I would definitely be one of the first to go in the zombie apocalypse, but hey...I am out there running, something I thought I'd never, ever, ever do. And it's not so bad. I'm tagging my progress as #BrynnRuns so check it out for a laugh (or hopefully, eventually, inspiration...or just laughs. You never know with me).

Thanks for sticking with me. You all are amazing! More book news and thoughts are on the horizon (and will be posted here).

~~Happy reading!
Brynn

So much...

If you've been a visitor to while I've been away, thank you for your continuing support. I navigated most of my info over to www.brynnpaulin.com and had planned to blog there, but it's not really working out for me, sooooooo... I'm back here.

Over the past year, so many things have happened. I hate to admit it, especially after I've been a firm believer of "there is no writer's block" but...yeah, I had it. For nearly two years. Serves me right, eh? This year has been a turning point. First with the greatly expanded On Your Knees then with my brand new book, Light My Fire. On Your Knees has been expanded so much that it now qualifies as a brand new book. It went from 25,000 words to 102,000 words. Yeah, that surprised me too! Light My Fire is a sweet little reunion book. I intended it to be around 12,000 but ended up around 25,000.

Currently, I'm working on a Daly book (Yay!). It's River's book with Seth and Tai. I have to admit, I had a little difficulty getting into this one. I'm not giving away any secrets by telling you I gave River a brain tumor. This book is far more serious than my normal offerings. It's about living and loving to the fullest. (DISCLAIMER: You all know I write HEA, right? There's an HEA in this one, too)

Readers of the series will get to meet (re-meet) all River's sisters and their partners (if they have them). Plus there are some new people coming to town. There are two more sisters, as well as, River's close friend, Madison, who will "star" in Something About Cowboys early next year.

I have quite a few other things in the works right
now, too, but those are staying under wraps until I'm further along. Suffice to say, I have a massive contemporary romance series getting ready for unveiling.

So...what else has been happening since I was regularly blogging? On a more personal note, I've had a relationship change that temporarily made writing romance a bit difficult. I've gone vegan (I've been vegetarian for several years) which has made writing cattle ranching in Daly a little difficult, as well. Both my kids have gotten "all grown up" and moved out. Wow! Being an empty nester is different, but I'm enjoying it to the fullest. I've now got the crazy dog lady starter pack (three dogs), and they're keeping me pretty busy. Oh, and I've started running. I'm pretty sure I look like a deranged brontosaurus and I would definitely be one of the first to go in the zombie apocalypse, but hey...I am out there running, something I thought I'd never, ever, ever do. And it's not so bad. I'm tagging my progress as #BrynnRuns so check it out for a laugh (or hopefully, eventually, inspiration...or just laughs. You never know with me).

Thanks for sticking with me. You all are amazing! More book news and thoughts are on the horizon (and will be posted here).

~~Happy reading!
Brynn

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

His Old Kentucky Home


If you love Daly Way, Daly Connection is for you!

His Old Kentucky Home
Book 1: Daly Connection
By Brynn Paulin

Who says you can never go home? Sully Przkop, that’s who!

Ten years ago, Sully vowed never to return to Blue Grove, Kentucky and the family who’d betrayed him. Now, he’d built a new life, a life that includes the lover he calls Sir—Cord Sabatello.

Submitting to Cord in the bedroom sends fire zinging through Sully, but lately, life outside that bedroom is anything but perfection. The emotional distance between them has Sully wondering if Cord plans to say goodbye forever—especially now that 1400 miles separates them.

But Cord has other plans, and leaving his man to fend for himself in Kentucky, isn’t one of them. They need to find their way back home together, but will “home” lead them in different directions or will it lead them back into each other’s arms forever?

Available at: Resplendence Publishing, Amazon, All Romance eBooks

Coming soon to: Nook

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

What's New? Winter Abandon!

Hi everyone! I'd like to introduce my new book, Winter Abandon. 

Eight years ago, the worst thing possible happened to Jedikiah Stoltzfus. He fell in love with his best friend—forbidden love that led to the worst torture an Amish could endure: shunning. Given the choice to forsake his love or leave, Jed chose to make his way in the “English” world, sure his lover would do the same.

Eight years ago, Yoseph Schrock made a terrible mistake. Believing Jed would claim to forsake him then find a way for their love to go on, he bent to the elder’s demands, willing to temporarily pretend repentance. Too late, he discovered he and Jed could never be together. Jed’s shunning would separate them permanently.

Neither man has forgotten the love they lost. When a twist of fate brings them together again, will they make the right decisions or will they find themselves separated once more, this time forever?





Happy reading!
~~Brynn

Friday, October 3, 2014

Tribute for the Goddess, Now Available!


Here's what it's about:

When Jett, Goddess of the Zodiac Quadrant, flees her home and the rogue god hunting her, she knows has one place to hide—Earth. She calls on her pledged servant, Thad, for protection. Thad, however, isn’t willing to jump to her aid. He’s served Jett for two hundred
years in a position he feels she tricked him into accepting. Now, he has conditions…

“Accept me as your god. You’re mine and you will obey me.”

It’s everything Jett’s wanted and completely forbidden. No mortal may touch a goddess without consequences. No goddess may indulge in her lust for her pledged servant without divine punishment. As her flight forces her into his arms, they break these laws of god and mortal to find a love that will never be allowed. Together, they fight her enemy, but in the end, their greatest enemy might be themselves.

The book is available HERE.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Available Now: Strangers in the Night


I'd like to introduce my recent release: Strangers in the Night.

Blurb: The bar, Sin’s Door, has a reputation and McKenzie Stewart knows all about it. She’s been warned it’s nothing but a meat market, but meeting someone is exactly what she has in mind when she goes there one hot, September night. Little does she realize she’ll meet not one but two men and experience pleasure that keeps her coming back for more.

This book is available HERE

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Book #50 Has Arrived!

I'm thrilled to announce Taken by Storm the first book in the Rising Storm series and my 50th book! It's available now at Resplendence Publishing and you can get it HERE.

The Storm brothers are coming to town and four men are about to be swept away by their lightning fast loving.

Barista Maddox Sinclair isn’t concerned by much more than finishing his degree, taking over his grandfather’s business and shedding the memories of the lover who left him behind to make it big in Hollywood. When a drenched stranger steps into the coffee shop, thoughts of school, homework and responsibilities fly from Maddox’s head for the first time in four years. All he can think of is this stranger’s vibrant blue eyes and the firm muscles showing through his soaked clothes. Suddenly, he wants a taste of something he’s avoided—but just a taste, nothing more.

Lost in an unfamiliar city, Rush Storm just wants someplace dry to wait for his handlers to find him—somewhere dry and free of paparazzi and the rabid fans, that is. He loves being the lead singer of Rising Storm, a group he formed, but sometimes, he’d just like a little peace. When he spies the man behind the counter of the tiny shop he enters, he knows all bets for peace are off. He wants a whirlwind of torrid passion…and that’s just a bit unsettling for a rocker who’s promised to keep his sexuality a secret.

~~ Brynn

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Coming Soon - His Old Kentucky Home

I've had so many people ask me about Sully and Cord that I just had to right their continuing story. People have also asked about the Moon and Pete wedding. I won't be writing about that, at least not from their points of view, though you will get to attend the reception along with Moon's sister, River, in Corralled and Claimed.

You met Sully and Cord in One for the Team and then again in Roped by the Team. But what will happen when Sully gets called away to his family home in Kentucky? Will Cord and Sully's relationship survive the separation and the intrusion of a man from Sully's past?

Note: This is a Daly Connection book, not a Daly Way. Daly Connection stories are related to the Daly Way series but do not contain the menage relationships featured in the Daly Way books. Additionally, they might not take place in the town of Daly.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Love Notes - TOMORROW!

Tomorrow, July 16, one of the books of my heart will release. This book touched me deep inside and I love all the characters! Love Notes is book two in the North Springs series and the first book, Stocking Full of Cole is another of my favorite books.

Here's a peek at what the book is about:

Dear Rachel,
It’s only dreams of you that have gotten me through this deployment. I want you in my life now and forever. I’ve waited for years. Don’t make me wait another day…


Widow Rachel Foster has done just fine getting by since her husband died from cancer ten years ago. She has her friends and her job to occupy her time. Sometimes, she’s lonely, but without close attachments, she doesn’t fear losing someone she loves. Besides…the only person she’s remotely interested in is completely unattainable. Or so she thinks.

Jason Hamilton has loved Rachel for years, waiting until he could prove himself mature enough for this woman ten years older than him. Fresh off a deployment in the Middle East, he’s sure the time is now and he’s equally sure she’s interested. He hopes so, because only his secret love letters to her got him through the longest eighteen months of his life. Now, he’s ready to make the fantasies in them come true.