I’m taking a break this week to enjoy my time at a writer’s conference in NY. I’ll tell you about it when I return.
Archive for March, 2008
First let me be serious and say rest in peace to science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke who died this week at the age of 90. Find out about his life here.
Now for some frivolity.
Make money as a fake
If you want to get your less than truthful memoir published and be like Misha Defonseca who […]
I know many of us have felt this way in the wake of a rejection (okay perhaps not this bitter but close). I hope you get a laugh by watching this clip from the British sitcom Black Books.
I always reach a panic stage when I’m writing a novel. I hit the “What the hell am I doing?” “Can I really pull this off?” stage and this can happen at any point–in the beginning, middle or end of a project. You’d think I would have defeated this by now. But it happens every […]
Authors meet each other in different ways: at conferences, workshops, retreats, through group blogs or as fans. I happened to be introduced to DeVonshae Person because of a fluke. She was in her local Target and saw that the cover of my book Taming Mariella was identical to her book title It All Falls […]
Today I’m blogging at Access Romance. Stop by for a chance to win an autographed copy of Taming Mariella and a deluxe triple lipstick purse.
Two tragedies happened in late February.
One, author Maggie Shayne’s house burned. You can read her inspiring blog What Remains to discover what happened and how she’s handling it.
Also author Nora Robert’s hotel burned.
Please remember them in your thoughts and if you like vampire fiction or paranormal romance buy their books. Yes, I know […]