Tagged With: historical romance
Well last week certainly was a big one. I revealed my cover and won a contest! Why aren’t all weeks like that I ask you? Then again, isn’t there something about the harder the climb or some such adage? Anyway. The only thing I’m sure of is it was a damned fine week.
It’s my pleasure to share my shiny new cover for Bound to the Highlander! Take note of the brooch pin in the upper left hand corner. I will be giving it away during my blog tour in October. Stay tuned. I hope you like it! Only three weeks until release day and I’m getting very … Continue reading
Warning: Explicit content below. If you’re not eighteen, I’ll trust you to excuse yourself from reading this post until you are. Thanks. 🙂 A romance writer’s number one job is to create a lasting romance between two characters that will resonate with readers. Since romances can vary from ‘sweet’ to ‘gonna need a new headboard’, … Continue reading
Today I’m helping Charlene Raddon celebrate her latest release, The Scent of Roses. Myself and some other bloggers (listed below) have joined Charlene on a blog hop!! Some of us are offering a giveaway (Amazon gift card in my case), but be sure to read to the end of this page so you don’t miss … Continue reading
WARNING: Crazy writer logic ahead. Read at own risk. As I clue up Bound to the Highlander (BTTH) and prepare it for submissions, I’m thinking about the work ahead of me for the next two books in my Highlander series. The second, Promised to the Highlander (PTTH), is written, though it’s a very rough first … Continue reading
I’ve spent the last few weeks fact checking and polishing my manuscript for the big day when I finally say, “I’m done diddly un-done!” Though I still have 21 chapters to take a final pass through, I can say without hesitation, I’m happy with my first three. My synopsis is 99% there and my query … Continue reading
I’ve recently acquired some additional research books to do a thorough fact check of my manuscript before sending it out for submissions. As I’m writing historical fiction, this is important to get right. Finding the right balance between the nugget of time in which my characters thrive and massaging historical fact to fit the story … Continue reading