All posts for the month November, 2012

Writing Update – NaNoWriMo and More

NaNoWriMo Wow, Day 28 already?! If you’re also doing NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) like me you’ve only got today through Friday to reach 50,000 words. I’m on track so far with just over 45K written as of last night for my new novel (my fourth full-length novel) NOT ANOTHER DARCY, which is a meta […]

Six Sentence Sunday – 11/25/12

Welcome to #SixSunday! For my American friends, I hope you had a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday! I will be traveling back today, but hope to visit everyone either before I leave or after I return. Today’s Six Sunday I’m continuing with my upcoming release, BEER AND GROPING IN LAS VEGAS due out December 19. […]

Happy (American) Thanksgiving!

No writerly post today as I’m scrambling to get ready for Thanksgiving. However, I do want to thank all of you who visit my blog and those that comment too, you have really been a tremendous and supportive part of my writerly journey! Regular posting will resume this Sunday for Six Sentence Sunday. And to […]

Trading up to Hardcovers – Which do you do?

Are you like me in that you might buy a book more than once? I’ve bought books on Kindle that I later wanted to own a physical copy of, and so I did. I also have certain books that I happen to have the soft cover version and am slowly exchanging them for the hardcover, […]

Six Sentence Sunday – 11/18/12

Welcome to #SixSunday! Today’s Six Sunday I’m continuing with my upcoming release, BEER AND GROPING IN LAS VEGAS due out December 19. We’re skipping ahead to later, when the hero is being escorted to meet Mirjam, his blind date (and the one featured the last two weeks): [Riley’s] date faced the far wall, head tilted […]

I’ve Been Tagged: The Next Big Thing Blog Hop

This is a meme going around for about a month wherein tagees answer WIP-related questions and pass it along to others. I’ve been tagged by Janice Hardy, fabulous YA author of The Healing Wars trilogy, and by one of my Beta buddies Linda Morris, whom I’ve had the pleasure of Beta reading two of her works […]

Guest Posting Today: How Accurate Should Historicals Be? Part 2

Two weeks ago my post on historical accuracy in fiction generated great comments. I’ve expanded on the topic to include many of those comments and explore other aspects I neglected in the original post. Stop by for a visit at Christina McKnight’s blog! Like this:Like Loading…

Author Interview: Michael R. Underwood, author of “Geekomancy”

Today I’m so pleased to welcome Michael R. Underwood, author of the super fun and super geeky book Geekomancy (Pocket Star, July 10, 2012). I read it this past summer and loved it, and reached out to Mike via Twitter. He was gracious enough to answer some questions about his book, his writing process, path to […]

Six Sentence Sunday – 11/11/12

Welcome to #SixSunday! I’m sorry I didn’t make it around to y’all last Sunday, I’m going to make a herculean effort to do so today! Today’s Six Sunday I’m continuing with my upcoming release, BEER AND GROPING IN LAS VEGAS due out December 19. Last week featured the first 6 lines, and today we’re picking […]

Monday Hunk Who Reads – Johnny Depp

 Johnny Depp Since I had to pull down earlier posts to work out copyright issues, and since there’s new book-hunky news about Depp, I’ve pulled up this original post and update it to the new format at the same time. There’s several pictures of him reading floating around. Here’s a blogger who’s posted several, though […]

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