Finding a Balance

Hats off to Joe Salter, the man who can juggle while competing in a triathlon.  He’s the first person to do it.  Here’s the link to the video if you want to watch him in action. http://www.bing.com/videos/watch/video/triathlon-juggling/20rttlf4. Since my first MS is done, submitted, accepted and contracted with a release …

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The Journey Begins

It’s begun.  My dream.  My journey.  I’ve signed and sent in my contract to Adams Media to be published under their Crimson Romance Imprint.  And with new beginnings – a new month, a new WIP (three, actually, but who’s counting?), and a new start to a different kind of journey (publication), …

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Crimson Romance

I can.  I will.  And I have.  It’s official.  My paranormal romance, Shadowatcher, was contracted to Crimson Romance Imprint of Adams Media today for publication, hopefully in six months or so.  You might have heard of them, but if not, let me tell you how cool they are.   Adams Media publishes …

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Critique Circle

   I have to admit my first experience with a critique group wasn’t the best.  But I walked away with a better understanding of what went wrong and what could’ve been done differently the next time around.  My second experience was slightly better.  Here’s why.  It was an internet group …

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Romance Extravaganza

What do authors Julia Quinn, Stefanie Sloane, Amanda Quick (Jayne Ann Krentz), Meljean Brook, Alexis Morgan and Gerri Russell have in common besides sexy, beautiful covers and great stories?  The Romance Extravaganza at the Covington Library today, of course.  I had the opportunity to meet one of my favorite historical …

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TheDigitalHook

I’m a visual person and I wanted an exciting website that would capture my sense of style and the “feel” of the books I’d be writing.  After looking at two fellow authors’ websites, I contacted TheDigitalHook.  James, lead designer, has been awesome to work with.  He was very responsive to …

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