She must have sounded horrified because he said, “Now who would have thought you’d find that more abhorrent than sleeping with me?”
how many readers who take advantage of free books would be willing to work for nothing?
Publishing is and has always been a fickle business, most likely because it’s a reflection of its customer base.
In less than six hours God has provided an answer to all of my questions. He’s helped me clarify my goals. Helped me lay out a plan.
Thyme Wilde doesn’t make long-term decisions—until she falls in love with one…
it was like God saying, of course you can’t stop writing. No matter how much shit gets thrown at you. (I’m paraphrasing, of course.) And then He said, “I’ll help you shovel.”
I learned I shouldn’t be publishing ANYTHING that isn’t professionally edited. Not if I want to be the best that it can be, that is.
The weather? They were talking about the weather? How perfectly inane. Someone had to bring up the fact that there was an elephant wearing hot pink panties wading in the pool.
So shoot me. Because for me it is enough to write a good book.
I always start each of my stories with something that will grab the reader’s attention immediately. “Wham, Penny Estelle’s readers are hooked right from the get-go.”