Category Archive: On Being an Author

Book Signing Tomorrow! (Nov 6)

Calling all erotic romance fans in southcentral Nebraska!  (Is there such a thing?  I hope so.) I know there are rock ‘n’ roll fans out there. I see you at concerts.  I’m having another… Continue reading

It’s NaNoWriMo Time!

For those in the know, November is National Novel Writing Month. If your novels are only 50,000 words long, that is. My novels are always at least twice that long, so for me… Continue reading

My First Book-Signing

Village Books in Columbia, Missouri knows how to treat an author like a rock star.When I left, there was one copy of my book left in the store. I signed it. I also… Continue reading

Your Backstage Pass to My Blog Tour 2010

Woohoo! Backstage Pass officially launches tomorrow. *throws confetti* ♪ ♫ TOMORROW, TOMORROW I LOVE YA, TOMORROW YOU’RE ONLY A DAY AWAY! ♪ ♫ Now that I have annoyed you by getting that horrible… Continue reading

Revisions Happen. Oh, and the Merch Page is Live.

19 days to go.  I see you wonderful bloggers talking about Backstage Pass around the interwebs.  Seriously, thank you!  I can’t wait to start my blog tour next month.  I have a few spots open (mostly… Continue reading

My Tough Angel

28 more days… 28 more days until my debut novel Backstage Pass is officially released.  If you’ve been following my blog for the past couple days, you know I’m working on Sinners’ official website and… Continue reading

Another Day, Another Sinner

29 more days…   29 more days until my novel Backstage Pass is officially released.  Gah!  I’m so excited!   Yesterday, I revealed the likeness of the yummilicious hero of Backstage Pass, lead guitarist Brian… Continue reading

Searching for My Hero

When I saw this picture, I was like, “That’s him. It’s Brian Sinclair!”

Win an Autographed, Advance copy of Backstage Pass!!

Tonight, I’ve been invited to participate in a live author’s chat on gather.com.  One commenter will win a free advance copy of Backstage Pass.  You must be present to win and post a… Continue reading

Cutting Pains

  It’s my own fault.  I’m the one who allowed Rock Hard to swell (pun intended) to 123,000 words. *slaps forehead  Now I have the painful task of trimming this book down to… Continue reading