We function best with darkened spaces. Like a desk, or a writing cave. 2. We're characterized by being active during the night and sleeping during the day. When we can get away with it. 3. Highly developed sense of hearing means we pick up on and use the conversations we hear around us all the [...]
Exposure isn't just something that will kill you while hiking. For authors, it's a coveted, elusive treasure. Like Atlantis? Let's call it Atlantis. It's well-concealed, no one knows if it's real for sure, and you'll most likely run out of air before you find it. Sounds about right. In the quest for some exposure I [...]
I recently attended my very first convention, the Romantic Times Convention in Reno, Nevada. As an introduction to a SUPER new scene, this was nice and gentle. I'll do my best to give you the pros and cons and lead up to my answer to the question: was it worth it? Pros for going: Discount option available [...]
This is an Insecure Writer's Support Group post. To join the group yourself, head over to their website and don't forget to throw a ninja salute at our captain, Alex J Cavanaugh. The co-hosts for this month's posts are Beverly Stowe McClure, Tyrean Martinson, Tonja Drecker and Ellen the Cynical Sailor, stop by and check out their posts as you're hopping today! The [...]
Pro Life Tip 1: The internet is forever. Screenshots exist. Pro Life Tip 2: Romance authors and readers are fierce, badass ladies who take zero shit. Combine the two and what do you get? Right now, you get #cockygate. For anyone unfamiliar, an indie author with an erotic series centered around the word "cocky" in [...]
Switching from the free (.wordpress.com) website to a self-hosted (.com) site has a lot of support. For starters, there are plenty of how-to articles with step by step instructions. There are YouTube videos. The self-hosting service I chose (Site Ground) works with WordPress so that computer illiterate people, like me, only have to push a [...]
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