So keeping this is a secret from you guys has almost killed me ded. But I’m happy to announce that my fantabulous agent has brokered a deal with Entangled Publishing (Bliss Imprint) for my adult romantic comedy, HOW TO LOSE A BACHELOR. Think How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days meets The Bachelor reality
Monthly February, 2015
As the ARCs for JOYRIDE begin to circulate in the wild, early readers are beginning to notice the one of that main themes, one of the main therapies for my characters is pranking. I, myself, discovered its therapeutic abilities when I was a teen and have clung to pranking ever since. I have progressed to
I meet regularly with my two critique partners Heather Rebel and Kaylyn Witt. We are the type of crit partners who use red ink, show no mercy, and draw sometimes inappropriate pictures on each other’s pages. In the midst of all this, we learn and teach each other how to write well. We spot typos,
Yesterday on Twitter, someone posted a Reviewer Bingo Card for authors who could play if they had the types of reviews that matched up on the card. I’m not going to post a picture of the card here, or even a link, because it caused so much turbulence in Twitterverse and I’m not about turbulence.
Most of my books, save DEGREES OF WRONG, are written in alternating points of view. This, in itself, doesn’t seem to bother readers. What DOES bother readers, is that I’ve been writing the heroine in first person point of view, and the hero in third person. I’ve read several reviews where I’ve actually lost a
First of all, I want to say that you all rocked that freaking contest. I had over 150 entries, and you guys are so, so creative. I would never want to piss any of you off, sheesh! But without further ado, I want to announce the winner: Summer W (@buttermybooks on Twitter). I’m using not
Just a quick note: Today at noon, a TON of free content is going up on my Wattpad account including ALL the Syrena Legacy short stories, PLUS the first 5 chapters of JOYRIDE. You’ll also want to follow me on Wattpad because I’ll be posting a short story for Joyride, and later, books that I’ve