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For those of you joining us from previous weeks, welcome back! For those of you just joining in, welcome to Romance Weekly where each week a bunch of us authors will answer the same three questions and you get to hop around from blog to blog and learn a little more about us. 🙂 This … Continue reading
Fellow Tirgearr Publishing author Jennifer Young has tagged me in a blog hop to discuss my writing process. I’m a bit all over the place, but I do what works best for me so tuck in and let’s have a look at how I work shall we?
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
In my article, Writing Resources: Part I – What’s in Your Toolbox, I explored some must-haves for writers writing any kind of fiction. In this article, I’ll talk about some of the nitty gritty of setting a novel during a specific moment in time. Writing historical fiction in any genre adds an interesting layer of … Continue reading
I don’t know about the rest of you, but too much time in my head is not always a good thing. While I love solitude, thrive on it sometimes, without interaction with other creative minds, my internal conversations risk exposure. Hubby: Who are you talking to? Me: Ummmmmmm. Me? Sound familiar? My former boss once … Continue reading
Thank you for all your awesome suggestions. I was thrilled to have so many of you pop by and join in the fun. So without further ado, and after much thought, I’ve chosen based on name meanings, how they roll off the tongue, and what my gut says. Drumroll please.
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