This is a perennial question authors get asked, and it’s just as unanswerable as the chicken and egg conundrum. Look, let’s be brutally honest here. Authors as a whole live in a half-unreal world with their heads feeling cloudy ALL THE TIME. Fictional people fill our brains with ghostly conversations. Interesting, exciting scenes play outContinue reading “Which Came First? The Plot, or the Characters?”
This is an Insecure Writer’s Support Group post. The group is all about no judgment, secure support for every writer. We post once a month and reach out to each other for support, tips, ideas, encouragement, and occasional lists. It’s the most wonderful time of the year, every month. Come join! This month’s co-hosts are JH Moncrieff, TonjaContinue reading “The Insecure Writer’s Group Gets All Up In My Personal Space”
Representation in romance is very important to me. Even (especially?) in the realm of erotic romance. Humans come in infinite variety, so why not include that variety in books which are about humans? Sounds like a good idea to me. So the fact that my MC, Colton, is dealing with bipolar disorder and falling inContinue reading “Seeking Sensitivity”
I can’t help it, the term gives me a mental image of headhunters every time.
I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be. -Douglas Adams
Slogging through the Query trenches. In which there is a lot of angst and some hot chocolate.
That sounds vaguely threatening.