Back when I first got into the publishing business, I read advice far and wide that told aspiring authors like myself to essentially write in the genre that you read the most. So, what genre did I read in the most? Romance. Particularly paranormal romances by greats such as Sherrilyn Kenyon, J.R. Ward, and Kresley … More So, I’m Not a Romance Author?
Today’s Sunday, and even though I’ve been riding high on my team’s Super Bowl victory–go Pats!–I miss my weekly Sunday ritual of watching the football games. So I wrote a little short to help ease the loss. It’s erotic. And it has plenty of cringe-worthy football puns. I hope you enjoy it, even if you’re … More First Down!
At the end of last year, I did a post for my top 5 favorite books of 2016, which you can read here. And in that post I mentioned how I really wanted to make it a “top 3” post, but couldn’t due to having so many favorites. Well, I finally have my top 3 … More Top 3 Anime of 2016
Three is a good number. One of my favorite numbers. Originally, I wanted this post to be my top 3 reads of this year, but I’d read so many good books I wanted to talk about, it was impossible. So I chose five, instead. Still… trio sounds so much better than quint. Triple. Triumvirate. Ménage … More My Top 5 Reads of 2016
First, Merry Christmas to you all! I hope your day is filled with lots of giving, receiving, family, delicious food, and love. Next, If you could ask Santa one question, what would you ask? See you all soon!
A very informative article about the truth of publishing. I think every writer AND reader should read this and take it to heart. Today, dear newbies. I am going to take you on a tour behind the curtain. Also for those who are NOT newbies, feel free to pass this to family in a … More The Hard Truth About Publishing—What Writers & Readers NEED to Know
Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. While we’re enjoying time with our loved ones and eating good food, let’s not forget to give thanks for all that we have today.
Today, I am happy to host the talented Brina Brady on my blog! She’s here to dish on the amazing career she held before becoming an author, as well as the second book in her Irish Runaway Series, Master Cleary’s Boys, which sounds like your next favorite read. Before we get to the interview, here’s … More Spotlight With Brina Brady
I am finally back online! For those of you who probably didn’t notice—or cared about—my absence from social media, I’ve had to let go of the Internet for a little while. But everything’s good now, and I’m back online. Finally. I’ve missed you guys. But without the Internet sucking up all my time, I’ve managed … More I’m Back! Author Update
For as long as I can remember, I’ve always liked my fiction unconventional. What is unconventional, you ask? According to Merriam-Webster—whom you all know is always right—the definition of “unconventional” is ‘very different from the things that are used or accepted by most people; not traditional or usual.’ I am not your typical sweet romance, … More Miss “Un” Conventionality