Guest Author & Giveaway: Crayons and Blooms by Sue-Ellen Welfonder

Thursday, September 24

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Today it is my great pleasure to have Sue-Ellen Welfonder as my guest at Seductive Musings. She has a brand new historical romance set in the Scottish highlands...and you all know how I feel about a man in a kilt. Just does not get any better than that :)   Welcome Sue-Ellen!

A Highlander’s Temptation (GCP, Oct. 2009) is my tenth Scottish medieval romance and looking back over the years since the release of my first book, Devil In A Kilt (GCP, July 2001), I’m amazed at how much the industry has changed. If I recall how things were when I first started reading romance, the differences are even more astounding.

In those long-ago days, a brief bio at the back of a book was pretty much all you knew about an author. Sometimes there’d be a photo. That was it. Today, depending on an author’s willingness to ‘be out there,’ readers can discover everything from whether an author is a dog or a cat person to their daily writing habits.

For the curious, I’m a dog lover. And I work best after midnight and into the small hours.

The late night writing is because I appreciate the quiet and stillness. I’m also a night owl by nature. Many of my colleagues are larks. Early-risers, they’re up at 4-ish or so and say they love these pre-dawn hours as their prime writing time. The very thought makes me shudder. Having worked for the airlines for many years, I had my share of 4 a. m. wake-up calls. Sometimes those calls came even earlier. No way am I inflicting such pain on myself willingly.

As for needing stillness to write, when I hear that an author meets her daily page quota in a coffee house, my mind just boggles. E-gads! Noise and bustle and people when I’m trying to write a book? No thanks. I don’t do noise and crowds even when I’m not writing. In fact, I’m quite sure I’m allergic to tumult.

Yet many of my colleagues swear by these coffee house writing sessions. And in these days of the Internet, I’ve discovered something else interesting about other writers. Something that divides us into two camps: the crayon writers and the late bloomers.

Crayon writers are the ones whose bio begins with, “Betty Bestseller started writing as soon as she could clutch a crayon. She wrote her first novel in the margins of a coloring book and the rest is history….”

Lucy Late-Bloomers either never played with crayons or someone yanked away the coloring books before they had a chance to start scribbling. These are the writers who had other dreams and chased them. Until something happens one day and they just sort of fall into writing.

I’m a late bloomer.

My dream job was always to be a stewardess and see the world. I did that. See above. It wasn’t until many years later, after two decades of flying, that I considered writing romance. Even then, I only did so because a friend encouraged me. She was Becky Lee Weyrich who wrote fabulous time travels. I loved Becky’s books and wrote to her, telling her so. (this was before email) We began corresponding and, after a time, she encouraged me to write.

Without Becky’s urging, I would never have had the idea. I loved my airline career and would still be flying today had she not put the writing bug in my ear.

Arabella MacKenzie, heroine of A Highlander’s Temptation (GCP, Oct. 2009), is also a late bloomer. Obviously, she isn’t a romance writer. But it took her to the opening pages of her story to discover her thirst for passion and adventure. Unlike her sister, Gelis, heroine of Seducing A Scottish Bride (GCP, Mar. 2009) who I suspect was born headstrong and fizzing with passion, Arabella always kept her desires and wishes contained. As heiress to Duncan MacKenzie, mighty clan chieftain aka the Black Stag of Kintail and hero of Devil In A Kilt (GCP, July 2001), Arabella has been the perfect daughter. Beautiful, accomplished, and poised, she did what was expected and never complained.

Until the day she realizes that the hopes and dreams she’s quelled for so long are never going to happen unless she makes them.

Like when Becky Weyrich urged me to write and something just clicked, setting me on an entirely different career path, Arabella has her a-ha moment and recognizes that she must change.

As a MacKenzie, she has fire and steel in her blood. As a woman, she has desires and needs that burn too hotly to be ignored. When A Highlander’s Temptation (GCP, Oct. 2009) opens, you’ll see her doing what she’s never done before: she confronts her father and stuns him and his entire hall by expressing her wish to go on a grand adventure. She wants to journey to the most remote corner of the Hebrides to see the Seal Isles, which are part of her dowry.

This would have been her first glimpse of the Seal Isles:

And here is a close up view:

During Arabella’s journey to these mystic isles, she discovers how passionate she really is. She learns that she is much stronger than she would ever have believed. She finds that she can be bold when it’s required of her. And – of course – she also falls desperately in love.

Unfortunately, her hero is a man she shouldn’t hang her heart on. This mini-blurb shows why:

Highland heiress Arabella MacKenzie is the last woman Darroc MacConnacher should desire. Yet when a sea disaster strands her on his remote Hebridean isle, they’re swept into a tempestuous passion as irresistible as it is forbidden. Their clans are bitter foes and acknowledging their attraction could shatter everything they hold dear. Unless they’re willing to defy the world and accept that no challenge is too great when you’re fighting for the love of a lifetime.

I had such a wonderful time writing A Highlander’s Temptation (GCP, Oct. 2009). I loved watching Arabella come into her own as a passionate young woman aching to fulfill her heart’s deepest desires. It was a joy to see her and Darroc embrace their love and overcome the odds against them.

As a late bloomer, Arabella blossomed beautifully.

Of course, I could have told her from the start that she had the backbone and passion she needed to seize her dreams. But it was necessary to let her find out on her own.

Darroc has his own demons. His path is all about honor, loyalty, and redemption. He’s also spent years planning vengeance on the MacKenzies who’d brought such grief to his clan. I really upended his world by tossing Arabella into his arms. And as I did with her, I left him to face his battles alone.

I knew they’d do fine.

I just kept that secret to myself.

It could have been a deadline disaster had I let them know. They might have run off into the sunset well before I reached The End, leaving me to look on in writerly horror and wondering how to tell my editor that my hero and heroine had absconded somewhere around page 30.

Fortunately, no such catastrophe occurred and A Highlander’s Temptation (GCP, Oct. 2009) is now releasing. My work is done and all that remains is for you to join Arabella on her voyage of discovery.

I hope you’ll enjoy spending time with her and Darroc. They really are perfect for each other.

Leaving them, I’ll circle back to where I started and share that even though I never intended to be a writer, I was always writing something. For example, I have twenty years worth of detailed travel journals recording my airline career, from my first flight right up to the last. And I even won a writing competition in second grade. Though I only wrote that particular story because it was a class assignment.

I’m still a late bloomer because with the exception of that one school story, I wasn’t writing fiction. I only kept travel journals.

When Becky suggested I write romance, I nearly ran for the hills. Not because I didn’t like romance. (I loved it) But I enjoyed reading so much that I feared writing would take away from my reading time.

I was a serious reader.

In my flying years, I’d even pack half of my crew luggage with books. I didn’t want to risk getting stuck somewhere and not having enough to read. I’m sure other writers have similar anecdotes. We were all avid readers before we picked up a pen to write.

A passion for books is probably the one thing that all writers have in common, regardless of when and how we came to be published authors.

Well, a love of books and a vivid imagination.

So how about you?

Regardless of your career, are you a crayon writer or a late bloomer? Did you know from childhood what you’d be someday? Or did you first follow a different path like I did?

Readers can see my tribute to Becky Lee Weyrich at my website’s “Inside the Pages.” While there, you can also explore Arabella & Darroc’s world:


The woman he must resist is the one he desires most of all ...

Darroc MacConacher spends sleepless nights dreaming of a raven-haired beauty who makes him ache with desire. Then his dream comes true: the lady with her lush curves and fair skin appears shipwrecked on his shores. Darroc is immediately drawn to her strength and beauty, and from the moment she lays eyes on this powerful, broad-shouldered warrior, Lady Arabella MacKenzie knows she'll never want another man.

But theirs is a forbidden love. The MacKenzies drove the MacConachers from their lands and destroyed their honor. Now, Darroc can use this sapphire-eyed seductress to shatter his foes. Yet how can he deny the passion that burns between him and Arabella, and ruin the one woman who touches his very soul?


Five Fun Facts about A Highlander's Temptation:

1) Sue-Ellen believes in hands-on research. Like Arabella, she’s sailed from Kyleakin on to Skye. But unlike Arabella’s journey on a medieval cog, Sue-Ellen was on a modern sailboat and returned safely to harbor.

2) The Thunder Rod has roots in reality. Sue-Ellen was inspired by a magical stone at a Scottish droving inn. Legend claims the stone has powers similar to Clan MacConacher’s Thunder Rod.

3) MacConacher’s Isle is based on Sue-Ellen’s ancestral isle of Colonsay. Famed for its beauty, strong connections to Scotland’s favorite saint, Columba, and Viking archaeology, Colonsay can be glimpsed in A Highlander’s Temptation.

4) The Seal Isles really exist. Just as they are a short journey from MacConacher’s Isle in the book, the real Seal Isles lie close to Colonsay. Sue-Ellen has been there and promises that the “song of the seals” truly is haunting.

5) Asa Long-Legs and Olaf Big Nose were nods to Sue-Ellen’s fascination with Vikings. Shetland’s picturesque Scalloway Castle was her inspiration for Asa’s home. Sue-Ellen once heard a sweet, Nordic song at the ruin and thought she’d slipped back in time. But the singing was only a re-enactment troupe who’d entered while she was exploring the castle’s upper levels.

About Sue Ellen:

Sue-Ellen Welfonder is a card-carrying Scotophile whose burning wish to make frequent (free) trips to the land of her dreams led her to a twenty year career with the airlines. Bi-lingual, she flew international all those years, working her flights as foreign language speaker. Her flying career allowed her to see the world, but it was always to Scotland that she returned.

Now a full-time writer, she’s quick to admit that she much prefers wielding a pen to pushing tea and coffee. She spent fifteen years living in Europe and used that time to explore as many castle ruins, medieval abbeys, and stone circles as possible. Anything ancient, crumbling, or lichened caught her eye. She makes annual visits to Scotland, insisting they are a necessity as each trip gives her inspiration for new books.

Proud of her own Hebridean ancestry, she belongs to two clan societies: the MacFie Clan Society and the Clan MacAlpine Society. In addition to Scotland, her greatest passions are medieval history, the paranormal, and dogs. She never watches television, loves haggis, and writes at a four-hundred-and-fifty year old desk that once stood in a Bavarian castle.

Sue-Ellen is married and currently resides with her husband and Jack Russell Terrier in Florida. Readers can learn more about her and the world of her books at:

I'll be posting my review of A Highlander's Temptation within the next day or so. In the meantime, would you like the chance to win a copy of A Highlander's Temptation? Courtesy of Forever Romance and Hachette Books I have 5 copies of this highland historical romance to give away! Here's how:

Ways to earn entries:

  • Tell me if you've read any of Sue-Ellen's books before, and if so which one was your favorite. (good for 1 entry)
  • Become a follower of Seductive Musings, and/or mention that you are already a follower in your comment (good for 3 entries)
  • Blog about this contest on your blog and leave a link with your comment (good for 5 entries)
  • If you don't have a blog, don't worry you can earn extra entries by telling your friends. If they leave a comment on this post and mention that you sent them you can each earn extra entries (good for 2 entries for the referrer and the commenter for each friend)
  • Purchase any item from the Seductive Musings Amazon store by using this link, or the Amazon widget contained within this post and email a copy of your purchase receipt to me no later than the deadline to enter (email available in sidebar). Sorry purchases made prior to this date do not apply, and link contained in this post must be used. No faxes or snail mail copies are allowed. No purchases are necessary to win. (good for 20 entries, or 30 entries if a purchase is made from the featured author's available titles)
How to enter:
  • You can choose to enter as many different ways that you want, but please place all of your entries in ONE comment 
  • Your comment MUST include your email address in order for you to be eligible 

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  • This contest is open to residents of the U.S. or Canada only, and NO PO Boxes are allowed

  • The contest will end Saturday October 3rd at 11:59 pm EST and winners will be contacted via email

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  • All winners will have THREE days from the date they are contacted to provide your mailing address. If you do not respond within three days a replacement winner will be selected. NO EXCEPTIONS

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    Good Luck!!!

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    Sue-Ellen Welfonder September 24, 2009 at 10:39 AM  

    Good Morning, Booklover.

    Thank you so much for featuring A Highlander's Temptation on your blog. I wish much good luck to anyone who drops by and hope they'll enjoy the book.

    I'll look in again later today.

    Thanks again for participating in this blog tour.

    Best wishes,

    joder September 24, 2009 at 11:38 AM  

    So excited by the new book since I love a sexy Highlander!

    +1 I've read Bride for a Knight recently and loved.
    +3 I'm already a follower.

    joderjo402 AT gmail DOT com

    tetewa September 24, 2009 at 12:37 PM  

    This would be a new author for me, I'd like to be included!

    Anonymous,  September 24, 2009 at 1:14 PM  

    Sounds like a great book,please enter me in the giveaway

    I haven't read any of Sue-Ellen's books yet.

    +3 I am a follower


    CrystalGB September 24, 2009 at 1:25 PM  

    I have read several of Sue-Ellen's books. Bride of the Beast is one of my favorites.

    I am a follower.


    Anonymous,  September 24, 2009 at 1:52 PM  

    I have never read any of Sue-Ellens books. Thats why I love this blog. I learn about so many new authors.


    RachieG September 24, 2009 at 2:01 PM  

    I enjoy Sue Ellen's books. Enjoy her characters :) "Seducing a Scottish Bride" is my fav!

    +3 I am a happy follower!!!

    rachie2004 @ yahoo (d0t) COM

    Susan Helene Gottfried September 24, 2009 at 3:31 PM  

    Hi, ladies. No need to enter me. I'm dropping in to say thanks for the e-mail, Carrie. I've got this posted at Win a Book.

    Sue-Ellen, if we can be of service, holler.

    Lyoness2009,  September 24, 2009 at 3:39 PM  

    I have been lucky enough to read Sue's books before. Not really sure if I have a favorite, but I love how the characters interact. Her characterization is definetly my favorite!!

    I am a follower!

    lyoness2009 AT hot mail **dot** CoM

    Armenia September 24, 2009 at 4:41 PM  

    +1 Sue is a new-to-me author, but I am looking forward to her new book. Great post, Sue, and thank you for sharing your pics. Someday I hope to make it over to Scotland and take in the sights bring a whole new dimension to my beloved Highland romance books.

    +3 already a follower

    +5 blog:

    armiefox at yahoo dot com

    Mitzi September 24, 2009 at 4:53 PM  

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder books I've read and rated on Goodreads:
    Devil in a Kilt
    Bride of the Beast
    Only for a Knight
    Until the Knight Comes
    Bride for a Knight
    Knight in My Bed
    Master of the Highlands
    Wedding for a Knight

    +1 Favorite Books: I love them all but my favorites were Devil in a Kilt and Knight in My Bed.

    +3 I'm a follower

    Thank you for the great giveaway!!

    mitzihinkey at sbcglobal dot net

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder September 24, 2009 at 5:37 PM  

    Hello again, Ladies!

    Joder - Thank you so much for stopping by. I'm so glad you love Highlander books and am especially pleased that you loved Bride For A Knight. Jamie was a special character. I really, really loved the ending of that book.

    Tetewa - Hello and thanks so much for looking in here. I hope you'll enjoy my books.

    Elaing8 - Thanks so much for looking in here. I hope you'll enjoy my books.

    CrystalGB - Hello! Good to see you here. You're making me smile with your comment about Bride of the Beast being a favorite. In fact, I'm grinning. Sir M is a special character. You'll see him again in A Highlander's Temptation.

    Alicia0605 - Hello to you, too. I hope you'll enjoy my books. You can learn about them at my two websites - I also write Scottish-set paranormals as Allie Mackay. Both sites have excerpts and background info on the books, plus 'setting galleries' with photos from my travels in Scotland that show the special places there that inspired each book.

    To see the photo gallery for A Highlander's Temptation, for example, just click on 'see the inspiration' next to the book's cover on my home page.

    RachieG - Good to see you again. Thanks so much for the good words. And you've absolutely made my night by saying Seducing A Scottish Bride is your favorite. So many of my readers love Devil In A Kilt best.

    Susan Helene Gottfried - Thank you. I'll look at your site.

    Lyoness2009 - Thank you so much for the good words. You've made me smile. My characters are real to me and I believe feeling that way helps me bring them to life on the page. I hope so, anyway. I'm so glad you enjoy the books.

    Armenia - It's good to see you in here. I'm always happy to meet new readers. I hope you'll enjoy the books. And you are very welcome re the photos. As noted above, you can see some really stunning ones all through both my websites.

    I hope you do get to Scotland someday. It truly is as magical as people think. In fact, it's better. When I write, I return in my mind to the special places there that inspired me and I believe being able to do that helps me paint a vivid picture of the story world. I try to, anyway. It's always my wish to transport readers to Scotland so that they feel as if they're right there with the characters as they read.

    Mitzi - Hello! Thanks so much for looking in here. You're certainly a long-time reader! I'm not surprised you're especially fond of Devil In A Kilt and Knight In My Bed. So many readers love Devil In A Kilt, especially. I love them all, obviously, though I think A Highlander's Temptation will remain a personal favorite. I also really loved Wedding For A Knight.

    Ladies - I'll look in again later tonight. For now, thank you so much for stopping by today.

    My readers know - I do not do these guest blogs often, so thank you for coming out to make today special and fun!

    Good luck in the drawing!

    Jaime September 24, 2009 at 6:39 PM  

    No, I haven't read any of her novels yet, would love to read this one.
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

    Jane September 24, 2009 at 6:55 PM  

    I haven't read any of Sue-Ellen's books, but I look forward to reading them.

    I'm already a follower of this blog.

    janie1215 AT excite DOT com

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder September 24, 2009 at 7:53 PM  

    Hello again, Ladies!

    I'm just now breaking away to don an apron and do kitchen duty. I'll check back in late tonight so that I don't miss anyone.

    Jaime - You know already ... that copper llama has my heart! I hope you'll enjoy my books. Especially this one as I think this book is extra-special.

    Jane - I'm always happy to meet a new reader. I hope you, too, will enjoy my books.

    Everyone - I'll be back later tonight. For now, thanks so much for making today a fun time and a special event for me.

    Good luck to all and have fun!

    Back later!

    Virginia September 24, 2009 at 11:10 PM  

    Hello, Sue-Ellen! Scotland, small but mighty, is truly a wondrous place. You make us all dream of the heather and the Highlands! I have not yet had the pleasure of reading one of your books. A HIGHLANDER'S TEMPTATION would be a fine start!
    I am a new Google Connect Follower and email subscriber.
    gcwhiskas at aol dot com

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder September 24, 2009 at 11:41 PM  

    Hello again, Ladies -

    It's late and I'm signing off for the night. But before I go...

    Virginia - I really do adore your cat! And I can tell from your words that you tuly love Scotland. You're right, the land is small, but there is so much wonder and glory in every magnificent inch of Scotland.

    I hope you will enjoy A Highlander's Temptation. It's certainly filled with my own passion for Scotland. And it's definitely a good introduction to my work. Thank you so much for looking in here tonight. "Heather and Highlands" as you say ... who could ask for more?

    Everyone, thank you so much for making the start of my first ever blog tour such a special day. I appreciate it.

    Thank you and good luck to everyone.

    Booklover, thank you for being such a fabulous hostess. You really presented a lovely overview of the book and my work. Thank you!

    I'll look in again in the morning so I don't miss anyone who may yet look in.

    For now, goodnight!

    Sue-Ellen Welfonder September 25, 2009 at 11:03 AM  

    Morning, Ladies -

    As promised, I wanted to look in again this morning to say hello to anyone who might have posted late last night. No one has, so I'll just say thanks again, everyone, for making yesterday so much fun. I had a grand time and it was a great start for this blog tour.

    Booklover - Thanks again for everything you did as a hostess. I appreciate it!

    Everyone else - good luck in the drawing and I hope you'll enjoy the book.

    Bye, all. And may all your dreams be filled with Highlanders!

    Kate Angell,  September 25, 2009 at 11:53 AM  

    My apologies if this posts twice. I'm a good friend as well as a fan of Sue-Ellen's medievals. She hooked me years ago with Devil in a Kilt, and my all-time favorite romance is Knight in My Bed. Sue-Ellen's stories are very vivid. I know how much she loves and lives Scotland.

    cheryl c September 25, 2009 at 5:43 PM  

    I have read SEDUCING A SCOTTISH BRIDE and DEVIL IN A KILT. DEVIL IN A KILT is my favorite. I enjoy reading connected books, so I hope to find BRIDE OF THE BEAST, too. I am excited about this new book in the series.

    +3 already a follower!

    castings at mindspring dot com

    ddurance September 25, 2009 at 6:39 PM  

    I've never actually read any of her books.

    I'm already a follower.

    deidre_durance at hotmail dot com

    Mandy September 25, 2009 at 11:48 PM  

    I haven't read any of her books, but I do love a good Highlander tale. MMMmmmm men in kilts are yummy!

    Oh, and I follow your blog (for the extra entries)

    Valorie September 26, 2009 at 10:33 PM  

    I have never read any of her books, but I would love to.

    And I follow.


    booklover0226 September 27, 2009 at 8:38 AM  

    Unfortunately, I haven’t read any of Sue-Ellen’s books. I look forward in reading her works in the near future.

    Tracey D
    booklover0226 AT gmail DOT com

    I am a follower (as booklover0226…)

    Patricia Barraclough,  September 27, 2009 at 10:12 PM  

    I think I'm a follower (I get the newsletter).
    I don't believe I have yeat read one of your books, Sue-Ellen, but I have Bride of the Beast on my TBR shelf.

    Anita Yancey September 28, 2009 at 10:41 AM  

    I haven't read any of her books yet, but I would love to. Please enter me. Thanks!

    +3 I am a follower!


    CherylS22 October 3, 2009 at 12:28 PM  

    +1 - I've never read any of Sue Ellen's books, but this one looks like a good place to start.

    +3 - I already follow

    Thanks for the opportunity ~

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