Shehanne Moore

Guest #Author #Shehanne Moore

Shehanne MooreShehanne Moore writes dark and smexy historical romance, featuring bad boys who need a bad girl to sort them out. She firmly believes everyone deserves a little love, forgiveness, and a second chance in life.  When not cuddling inn signs in her beloved Scottish mountains alongside Mr. Shey, and spending time with her lovely daughters and grandbaby, Shehanne can be found playing the odd musical instrument and relishing, what in any other country would not be defined as hill-walking. The dudes are her wee companions, hamsters (excuse me, hamstahs) who have a penchant for telling it like it is 🙂

** Find Shehanne’s books here and here. **

Welcome, Shey and Dudes!

 

So Tina, first of all can I just thank you for asking me here today to talk about myself and my work. And not just me. You were kind enough to ask the dudes. As you can see they are very happy. Thrilled, in fact, to be here.

Shey, I’m thrilled to host you and the dudes. All of you were such gracious hosts when I visited your blog, so I’m even more delighted you accepted my invitation to visit mine.

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I’m nothing if not sensible, my dear dudes. Thank you for noticing! 

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D.G. Kaye Uh-oh . . . 

Shehanne MooreOf course! That goes without saying. 

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Dudes, little guys, can we just can it, thank you?

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Tina didn’t ask you here to talk about you.

Um . . . Shey? It’s okay if the dudes talk a little about themselves, because our followers adore them 

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But dudes, we never.

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But guys……

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Dudes, you haven’t mentioned the Time Mutants.

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Well…….. I wouldn’t exactly say—

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Err….. Tina, what can I say, but sorry?

No need for apologies, Shey. I think the dudes did a fine job promoting you and your books. All of you are welcome here anytime. Thank you for being such lively and charismatic guests. 

Excerpt from The Viking and The Courtesan
            She glided closer. She had come to speak with him, wife to husband. And she had chosen here to do it because it was public. Those who thought the sun shone from the backend of his brown velvet breeches had a lot to learn.  Was it enough to propel her forward into the alcove though? Or should she turn, make her excuses and go?  Foisting a foundling on a man, even a man as bad as Cyril, did seem a hugely significant step to take. One that probably did not speak well of her character. Think of the life it would have though.  She closed her eyes, letting the jasmine scented pleasantry waft through her senses. That room off the Ratcliff Highway seethed with every smell imaginable. Not one of them was nice. She must do this. She opened her eyes, took a deep breath.
               “My lord.”
              Of course, she might have known Cyril would be more interested in looking at her breasts than her face. Maybe she should have ventured in here topless? Still, at least he was looking at her.
              “Cyril. Husband.”
              Now that jerked his chin up. If ever there was a way to bring a dog to heel, this was surely it.
              “I knew I should find you here before me, my dearest. And involved in a wager too. My lords, you must excuse Cyril, especially when he does not possess the money to pay any debts. And, we are shortly to require every penny we own.”
              “Malice?” He peered at her closely. “Malice? Is that you?”
              “Most certainly it’s not Aunt Carter’s silver teapot, my dearest husband.”
              She would keep with the endearments for the time being. It would not do for anyone here to think she was anything less than fond—the sole reason she clasped his wrist. “I know you find every time you see me like a first time, but caution yourself. It is not seemly to behave in this manner here.”
              “Malice, what the hell are you doing here? Let go of my—”
              She lowered her voice to a whisper. “When I have come to talk divorce, I advise you to stop tugging. I will let go when I am good and ready to let go.”
              “Divorce?”
              One little word to guarantee complete obedience from the damned dog.
              He cleared his throat, elegant in the fall of lace. Then he stood up. “You want to talk divorce? Divorce with me, Malice?”
              “I am looking, but I don’t see any other man here I am married to. Do you?”
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I hope you enjoyed this colorful post of the dudes defying promoting their human with charm and flavor. Please visit Shehanne’s sites, like and share. Thank you so much for stopping by  ❤
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69 thoughts on “Guest #Author #Shehanne Moore”

  1. You were wise to give the Dudes free reign, Tina. Look how they responded to poor Debbie. At least they mentioned Shey’s books and allowed her to post an excerpt (and you don’t have to watch your back or worry that your face will end up on a dart board).

    Remember, Dudes, TinkerToy adores you and he needs his mommy, so I’m staying a member of your Fan Club, okay?
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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    1. We are glad to hear this Maddy. I mean some folks there who we won’t mention who asked to be put on our dartboard. We did do well to show off Shey’s books but that was only because Hamstah Dickens ate his once again the night before we were due on here, then he ate the replacement.
      Love from
      the dudes x

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      1. Me too, Tina – certified critter wuss – even for the ones I can only meet online because of allergies.

        fyi – the Dudes can call me anything they want because, well, I’m afraid of them, but I don’t respond well to nicknames – never have. The only one that doesn’t make me skeeve is mgh (long explanation there). Even when I was too little to pronounce my own name I’d tell people, “No, it’s Madelmum – Maddy is for babies.” (but only my Dad had dispensation to use that version – lol – which is always how he addressed me in birthday cards, right up until his death).
        xx,
        mgh

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        1. Then Madelyn it is. I find myself following the lead of more seasoned bloggers. What’s most frustrating is when a blogger’s name isn’t mentioned either in their blog’s title or on their ‘About’ page. I really do like to address people by name.

          I like ‘certified critter wuss’ and think we ought to dub ourselves the CCWs! We have many friends here who most likely would join in 🙂 ❤

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          1. CCW it is! That makes us charter members – somebody needs to send our pets treats, doncha’ think?

            I share your name frustration and wonder why so many bloggers don’t fill out their ‘About’ pages – one reason why my auto-tagline has my full name (but I try to remember not to use it for follow-on comments).

            I unknowingly referred to a new blogger by her pet’s name quite a few times because it was the only name on her blog until she *finally* filled out her about page. Even now I find her name difficult to recall as a result.

            Thanks for understanding about my aversion to nicknames – mainly I don’t want “cutesy” versions of Madelyn to proliferate, because that would drive me NUTS.
            xx,
            mgh

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    1. My dear Dudes: You are most welcome. And my invitation wasn’t meant for Shey alone. I asked her to bring you with her. And I’m so glad she did! (I mean, I’m so glad you took over, because you are the most interesting guests a blogger could hope for.) Thank you so much for not putting me on your dartboard 🙂 ❤

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  2. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
    Time to lock up your nuts and clear the dartboard. Tina Frisco took it upon herself to interview The Dudes… also knowns as the Kossak Hamstahs who normally rule over on Shehanne Moore’s website. To say that Shey managed to get a word in edgeways from time to time is an over statement, however the Dudes did show some grace and talk about Shehanne’s books including her latest one. Well done Tina.. you probably need to take a day or two now to recover!

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    1. Dearest Sally, of course we were well behaved dudes. THAT WAS COS SHEY THREATENED TO BREAK OUR PAWS…we mean cos we are nice dudes. Thank you so much for reblogging. We promise to take your picture off our dartboard.
      Love the dudes x

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    2. Thanks so much for sharing, Sally. I’m happy to say no recovery time was needed. The dudes were very gracious and I loved featuring them. They did a great job promoting Shey, even if they had to tie her up to do it! ❤

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  3. Well, I don’t know if I should laugh or cry! First the positive, what a fantastic and entertaining interview as always. Second, imagine my face while I was reading this post, only to scroll down and see my face as Hamstah enemy #1! Sheesh, I thought I was forgiven, I’ll never live it down! But if I’m going to be honest, when I scrolled to my face, I busted a gut laughing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sorry dudes, once again, but YOU GOTTA LAUGH! xoxoxoxoxo Hugs to you my girlfriends and hugs with a bit of apprehension to the dudes! ❤ ❤

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    1. Thanks, Deb. You’re such a good sport! I had the same reaction when I scrolled to your face ~ nearly rolled off my chair! lolol 🙂 But as Shey said, you never know who’s next (fingers crossed) 🙂 Hugs back at ya, girlfriend ❤

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  4. Tomorrow they will be back to having Cat Cavendish as Hamstah enemy number one. But then the day after…. That is where it is impossible to trust the simple creatures. Lovely to see yah Debs. And never mind them. xxxxxxxx

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  5. Tina! How wonderful you’ve had Shey over to visit ~ and so brave too, considering the hamstah situation hehe 😉 From pirates to vikings, Shey’s books do not disappoint! Great to learn more about the wonderful author Shehanne and love how you set up the interview, Tina ❤

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    1. Thank you, Christy, and for the lovely comment about Shey’s books. I can’t take credit for how the interview was set up ~ the dudes did that all on their own, creative little critters that they are 🙂 ❤

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      1. Turn the mirror other way round, Shey. Folks might think this delightfully entertaining, and you and the dudes could get more invitations than you can handle! You and the dudes are a team. You could make a smash-hit children’s book together 🙂 ❤

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      2. Haha Shey, you’re adorable with your witty comments so of course you will have interviews (well deserved, by the way), well into the future! Tina is a treasure and so lovely she had you to her blog xx

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      1. I think your both lucky to have such erudite hamsters to chip in (I almost said pets but thought I would probably get death threats from the dudes! I wonder if they would stuff my cheeks with seeds and carrot sticks til I burst!- Hmmmm, death by salad… never saw that coming!)

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        1. Death threats? Us dudes are so nice and so misunderstood. All that stuff about a dartboard with our enemies on it, is simply hearsay… Shey put that picture up to make out it we had one. We would NEVER do such a thing…..
          love
          the dudes

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Namaste, my friends ❤ Tina

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