Female First published an article of mine today. It begins Why We Lust After Paranormal Heroes If I didn’t already have a spouse, I wouldn’t have time for one. Any current relationship success Mr. Sabine and I enjoy is due to patience and endurance. How’s that? Let me detail a typical American working mom-wife- employee week: work fifty-ish… Read More Why We Lust After Paranormal Heroes
I was interviewed yesterday at Romancing the Book, a wonderful book site for readers and writers alike. It was fun. Have you ever wondered more about me? Here’s your chance to find out a few of those extra little tidbits! You can also enter a Rafflecopter contest for a free Advance Review Copy (ARC) of… Read More Interviewed at Romancing The Book
I have a new guest blog entry posted at DanielRiding.com. I truly appreciate the hospitality and the exposure. Mr. Riding has been a gracious and considerate host! To be brutally honest and confess the whole of my failings, the blog entry was published at least two weeks ago. However (and yes, it’s an excuse!), I’ve been bombarded with… Read More Lord Oliver Morewell at DanielRiding.com
I had promised myself that I’d finish The Troubled Knight by the end of July. And, indeed, I have met the minimum word count for it. But it’s not finished. I mean, the plot’s not finished. I think I’ve finally worked out how to write at my parents’ house: what seat to sit in so neither my… Read More Summer Struggles
I’m always amazed by how much fact can be written into a fictional book. Of course, erotic romance tends to concentrate on sex or sexual games or the emotional relationship between the protagonists. But underneath, almost all writers include a basis in reality. This underlying reality can help readers identify with the heroes and… Read More More Than Sex
Have you wondered what organizations I’ve supported with the 10% of writing income I pledged to charity? Alice Piper Statue: Honoring Equal Education for All Alice Piper is “an unsung victory of school desegregation battles, a Paiute girl” who challenged school segregation laws in California long before Brown vs. Board of Education made national headlines.… Read More Where Did It Go (2013)?
I’ve compiled all the samples available of The Outcast Earl into one extended sample of approximately 30 pages of text (the entire book is more than 250 pages). This extended sample is available as a permanent page in the bar across the top, titled The Outcast Earl Samples. Also, if you’re interested in serial fiction published only… Read More The Outcast Earl Samples