So before clients send me their work, I get a lot of questions from them about what’s involved when they sign up for a professional critique with me. I’m hoping to answer those questions here. Making the decision to reach out, and pay for, a critique is a decision most writers are on the fence
Let me immerse you into the world of NEMESIS in more ways than one. Imagine reading about the adventures and romance of Tarik and Sepora from the comfort of your hot bath, the scents of Egyptian lemongrass and eucalyptus, lavender and mint, swirling about you while you explore a world based on Ancient Egypt itself.
Hi all! I need some help clearing my book shelves. Somehow, someway, I’ve collected over 30 hardcovers of Joyride. That’s 30 hardcovers of Joyride just sitting there being quietly awesome instead of being quietly read. So, I’ve decided to call on my blogger friends to help me spread the love. Here’s the opportunity I’m
Guys. I’ve done something really dumb. I’ve taken NaNoWriMo to the next level. And I’m doing it publicly. NaNoWriMo is all about writing 50k words in the month of November. But what if your novel is more than 50k words? What if it’s a 100k word novel? Do you cut yourself slack on productivity on
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing romance author Ayesha Patel about her new release, Priya in Heels. Since she was such a good sport and answered ALL the questions I sent her way, I’m going to be giving away an e-copy of her book to one lucky reader. Just leave a comment telling me
Please give a warm welcome to one of my fellow Entangled Bliss authors, Ophelia London! She was kind enough to stop by and answer a few questions about her new release, Kissing Her Crush, which came out this week! He’s sweet trouble… Natalie Holden wants three things: To be the best chocolate chemist in
Hi all! I wanted to share with you the first three chapters of my upcoming romance novel, How To Lose A Bachelor releasing from Entangled Publishing November 9, 2015. And, if you enjoy what you read here, don’t forget to enter my awesome preorder giveaway! So, without further ado, here we go! Chapter One
For me, writing How To Lose A Bachelor felt more like entertainment than work. I think—hope—that fun spills onto the page as you watch the crazy tale of Rochelle and Grant unfold. If you feel awkward, laugh out loud, and bulge your eyes on occasion, then I have done my job with this book.
So I woke up this morning at 2:17 am and for some reason I thought of my character Carly in Joyride. I thought about how she would not only be awake, but in the middle of her shift at the Breeze Mart. While other people are home drooling on their pillows, she’s up all hours
Hi! Just wanted to update you on some fun stuff going on with How To Lose A Bachelor, which is my adult romance. If I had to describe it in a sentence, I’d say it’s How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days meets The Bachelor. It was super fun to write–I hope you’ll check