I’m no good at the Twitters. Whether logging on as me or my straight, Harlequin novel writing alter-ego, I’m woefully out of my depth (i.e. don’t know what the hell I’m doing). … Read More Romance This.
I’ve been saying that for weeks now. “I can’t, I just can’t.” I. Just. Can’t. It’s an Empath’s nightmare. Better than of half of America is in anguish. The other half is – I don’t know. I just can’t. I have to ask the question again – Are they in denial – or just stupid … Read More I Can’t – I Just Can’t
Hi, peeps! I’ve got a lot of stuff going on at the moment. Several projects I’m trying to finish up, both writing and editing. And of course the day job and all of the attendant things that go with that. Then there’s the state of the world… ugh. Let’s not go to certain places in… Read More What’s in a word?
Hi, everybody! Happy Friday! Unless you’re in another hemisphere. In which case, happy Saturday! 😀 Quick announcements — The Rainbow Book Fair in New York City is tomorrow (April 9) and I’ll be there at the Ylva table with R.G. Emanuelle and whoever else wants to come over and hang out with us. There are… Read More When worlds collide: on writing and responsibility
Hi, peeps! I hope everyone is going into the weekend with fabulous mojo. If you’re already in the weekend, I hope it’s awesome. So I wanted to chat about something I’ve been noticing. I’ve been reading some M/F romances. I’ve read several in the past month by authors whose work I don’t know as part… Read More Romance Languages or, Clearly, We Are Not Speaking the Same Thing.
Greetings! Like millions of others, I’m using the start of a new year to make some promises to myself about health, happiness, and the future. My wife and I are using the first couple of weeks of 2016 to create some vision boards and in the meantime we’re practicing seeing ourselves the way we want… Read More Picture Perfect
When I graduated from college I went on a binge of trying to read all the classic works that I didn’t read in school but thought I should have. I made it through the Brõnte sisters, Charles Dickens, Faulkner, Cooper, and others but totally and completely stopped a chapter into Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. For… Read More Classic Tales: A Reader’s Perspective of the Story in the Story