Author News, June 2014 Edition
Current Writing ProjectEditing a romantic suspense submission to send to my agent has turned into a rewrite of about half the sample chapters. The story will be better for this, however it does take time. I am so close, with just one more chapter and a read-through to go. Of course, … Continue Reading ››
This month I'm pleased to introduce you to Michael Duncan. a fellow fantasy author. Michael is a friend that I know in person. We've interacted as writers off and on for several years now, through a critique group, a blog, and finally through our association with the same publisher, … Continue Reading ››
Have Books, Will TravelThe first day of meeting readers at the farmers market turned out differently than I anticipated. In my admittedly vivid imagination, the pleasant conversations I would have with readers were only outweighed by sales of my books. Ah me! How delightful. Applying by email was easy. I sent in $115, payment for four … Continue Reading ››
We're finally seeing some sun in my area, but I'm hoping not to come down with a case of spring fever. We'll see how that goes.
Active Writing ProjectsMy works in progress include a romantic suspense novel set in an Irish castle. I had hoped to finish editing the sample chapters and develop a proposal for … Continue Reading ››
If you have ever wondered what it is like to write a book, this poem will give you a glimpse into the often-frustrating world of creative writing. If you know all too well what it's like, this writing poem will most likely have you nodding your head. Continue Reading ››
This month's author journal was written by one of my favorite historical fiction authors, Golden Keyes Parsons. I hope you will take the time to read her books, because I assure you they are totally worth your time. In her guest author journal, Golden shares what it's like to be recognized as … Continue Reading ››