Tag Archive: writer

Just a Little Update

I’ve had a busy month, believe it or not. First thing, I did away with my “News” page on my website. It’s too much of a hassle to update it and was looking… Continue reading

Just for Fun

I think it’s about time to add a For Fun page on my website.  I’m really bad about updating my news feed over there.  REALLY bad. I haven’t updated since early October.  So I… Continue reading

NaNoWriMo Winnings

I limped over the NaNoWriMo finish line with aching fingers and blurry eyes, but I finished dang it, with an hour to spare. I made quite a mess of my manuscript, I’m afraid. I’m… 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

Searching for My Hero

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

My Second Book Cover

Well, heck, I can’t wait to show this thing off any longer.  It’s sooooooo hot!  The Sourcebooks’ cover department rocks.  It rocks hard.  Without further ado, or perhaps further ado is warranted in this… Continue reading

Getting “The ARC”

  It’s a fine day in any author’s life when she gets her hands on her first ARC (Advance Reader Copy).  It makes the experience–the book–seem real for the first time.  So here’s… Continue reading

The Rules of Working on Multiple Works in Progress (WIPs)

As a writer who always has more than one Work in Progress (WIP) going at a time, I was asked how I deal with two WIPs crying for attention at once. (Only two?…)… Continue reading

On Display at BEA (Book Expo America)

This just in…  Phenomenal romance author, Judi Fennell, who is attending Book Expo America today, spied this at our publisher’s booth at the expo.    Wait a minute.  Could that be?  Let’s take a closer… Continue reading

Research in Vegas

Here’s a great reason to set parts of your novel in Las Vegas: research.  It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it.  All the web research in the world can’t replace… Continue reading