Three reasons why soap operas can help you write romanceRead More
Do you need to follow rules for writing? Wellllll…maybe not always. Let me go off about prescriptivism here.Read More
How many voices should there be in a romance novel?Read More
My client Kate has been busy lately! She just released her paranormal boxset a while back, and now for something completely different (though perhaps also in the same world? you be the judge): a quiet, emotional contemporary romance. In Starlight is a rock star romance, the rock star being an up-and-coming acoustic singer-songwriter whose breakthrough hit was inspired by an unknown woman in a dream of us. What happens when the dream woman shows up in the flesh at his brother’s wedding? It’s a lovely story with a very atmospheric feel to it. Check it out!
Whoa, April has been BUSY! So many new releases, including this one from Meryton Press: The Mist of Her Memory by Suzan Lauder! It’s a Pride & Prejudice variation with a mystery/suspense element: Elizabeth has amnesia! Lydia and Wickham are missing! Darcy is forbidden to see Elizabeth! How does everything get solved? You’ll have to read and see!
A new hist-rom series from Irene Davis!Read More
New from one of my clients!Read More
What’s going to make your trope-y story stand out from all the others? Here’s how to put your own unique spin on tropes.Read More
The struggle is real: when do you use “that” and when do you use “which”?Read More
How to use Myers-Briggs testing to develop your characters.Read More