Thank you, Kai Wilson, for tagging me. This promises to be a lot of fun. So here are my answers to the questions: What is the working title of your book? One Small Touch Where did the idea come from for the book? This story has evolved over time. It started as a mystery novel […]
I don’t pretend to be any sort of writing expert. I don’t have a degree in writing nor do I have a slew of books under my name. Like many other writers, however, I labor with the herculean task of editing. It’s an endeavor you don’t appreciate the full impact of until you’re faced with […]
First version of the blurb for my werewolf story. I’m hoping to have it out before October. Thoughts? OIL AND WATER He’s a werewolf. She’s a vampire hunter. He’s quick with a joke. She’s serious as a heart attack. When the two of them come together…love really bites. Night of Redemption, a cliched short story.
If you look at any list of paranormal romance books you’ll see a preponderance of werewolf and vampire stories. Which is a shame because there’s a slew of other paranormal themes and creatures to choose from. Mind Magic User – You know, telepathy, clairvoyance etc. Sex is fantastic when you can read the mind of […]
Here’s a snapshot of what an hour or so of writing is like for me. Feel free to laugh, I know I do. 2:00 – Sit down to write. Absently pick up my cup to take a drink while I focus on where I’m at in the story. The cup is empty. Head to the […]
Today’s my birthday. Time to shed bad habits and create new ones. Time to let go of toxic relationships, toxic thoughts and toxic emotions. Time to let go of fear of failure. Time to stop thinking and start doing. Time to move towards my goals instead of wishing they were closer. It’s time.
“Two basic elements comprise every romance novel: a central love story and an emotionally-satisfying and optimistic ending. A Central Love Story: The main plot centers around two individuals falling in love and struggling to make the relationship work. A writer can include as many subplots as he/she wants as long as the love story is […]
“Don’t think. Thinking is the enemy of creativity. It’s self-conscious, and anything self-conscious is lousy. You can’t try to do things. You simply must do things.” I admit to not reading any of Ray Bradbury’s works. I certainly know them and appreciate their greatness, but they’re a genre I don’t particularly care for. So, I […]
You can see forever across a desert. The heat shimmers up from the ground in unending tan waves, broken by the occasional outcropping of rock or straight spear of a cactus. The sun hurts your eyes as you gaze upon the scrub and the sand. It’s too bright, with no clouds to break it’s assault […]
After fighting to hear the voices of my characters since we moved in February, I decided to sign up for Camp Nanowrimo with a vain (or so I thought) hope that something would jar loose. It’s succeeded in ways I hadn’t expected. I gave up on One Small Touch for this summer’s Nano. I don’t […]