Tea with Kim Harrison

  For my “All Romance ALL THE TIME” February book club, we read Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison. Kim was already scheduled to appear at Malaprop’s Bookstore & Cafe (where I lead the book club), so we nabbed her for an hour before her presentation to have a cup of tea and just do … Continue reading

My Trip to IRELAND…or where’s the closest GUINNESS?

My recent trip to Ireland will surely inspire a story. The misty chill surrounding the ancient fortress of Dublin Castle conjured images of conflict…and romance.

Fangtastic Monday Welcomes Carly Fall

Carly Fall has some great prizes and wonderful advice for writers today. Please stop by for an infusion of inspiration and a chance to win!

Fangtastic Friday and a Writer’s Life

In a writer’s life, striking a balance can be difficult when deadlines encroach, but my critique group keeps me sane and reminds me that there’s more to life than the next 2,000 words.

Fangtastic Friday Welcomes Anita Bartholomew

Anita Bartholomew’s new book, The Midget’s House, explores life in the Ringling Brothers circus and the intrigue of a haunted house. Can you imagine being a circus performer? What would be the best and worst aspects of a life in the circus?

Fangtastic Friday Welcomes Denise Alicea

Author Denise Alicea shares some marketing tips for writers and a snippet of her new book, Consoling Angel.

Fangtastic Friday Welcomes Katie Salidas

Katie Salidas is offering a contest to win all three books in her wonderful Immortalis series. Winner will be announced January 1, 2012.

Fangtastic Friday Welcomes Two Brothers Metz

We all have a finite amount of time. Don’t waste yours. WRITE! Today’s inspiration about writing is provided by Two Brothers Metz. Thanks, guys!

Fangtastic Friday Welcomes Time of the Faeries

Joseph Corsentino, author of the Afterlight series, shares his thoughts on the importance of characterization in fantasy and paranormal novels.

The Dreaded “S” Word

Synopsis. The word should have its own ominous anthem, like hearing “The Imperial March” when Darth Vader walks onscreen. It’s a universal truth that authors hate writing synopses. I’m not entirely sure why this is, though at the moment I’m guessing that there’s a reason synopsis and Satan both start with “s”. It’s evil trying … Continue reading

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