The word beautiful was probably used 200 times to describe how the hero sees the heroine. Dear author: Get a thesaurus.
Is $10 per book unreasonable? That’s equivalent to two Venti white mochas at Starbucks. A movie in the theatre costs almost as much. But these senior citizens probably aren’t going to movies. Or buying white mochas.
It’s a big investment for 12 people to read one of my books once I get it published. What’s the point? I always come back to that. What’s the point?
I had no plan, no outline and no clear concept for this book. But I started writing it anyway because I’m not entirely certain I had any of those components in place when I began writing the first two books.
Because I’m an author I’ve been told by just about everyone (myself included) that if I want to sell books I have to market them. No one will ever find them, buy them or read them if I don’t. Book buying and book selling has changed since “the olden days”…
I HATE being told it isn’t enough to write a good book. I DESPISE being told if I don’t market well my wonderful book will go nowhere.
A man editing romance novels? Why would he want to?
I have no idea why he does it, I just hope he keeps doing it, because Noah is one of the best editors I’ve had.
Because Samhain finally gave me a chance. Because at Samhain “it’s all about the story.”
Do You Need An Editor? Yes. You do. But only if you want what you write to be readable. Only if you care about your readers and want them to get the best experience they can from reading your work. Otherwise? Sure, just throw it out there and see if…
Sometimes you don’t know what you need until it appears in front of you. Such is the case with a creativity coach. In the fall of 2013, an offer came across a writer’s loop for free sessions from Denise Agnew. She had to work with a certain number of clients…