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.
There’s something to be said about the lack of respect genre fiction gets in academic settings. I’ve been studying literature as an undergrad student for a little over two years now, and not once was I ever assigned a sci-fi book, or a fantasy, or a horror, or a western, or a romance that isn’t… Read More Commercial Escape
Disneyworld No good, dirty rotten, very bad, awful X happens in your life. Of course, you need to deal with any immediate issues making sure not to make any big decisions (because it will probably be the wrong decision) and take time to stabilize. Then, what’s next? The ideal is to exercise, sleep, calm your… Read More Ask the Pros by Angela Grace
So I was at a local Caribou Coffee writing with my good friend, Judy Kerr, in Monticello, Minnesota a few days ago. Before I continue, a little back story is needed here. Caribou is one of my go-to places to write. It’s welcoming, relaxed, and has great hot chocolate, because of course, I don’t drink… Read More Fake News at Caribou Coffee
My debut novel was just released, yet I’m already thinking about when it will slide into my publisher’s backlist. Still, I’m thrilled whenever I discover a previously published novel that I missed the first time around. It’s like finding a hidden present under the tree skirt after all the other presents have been opened at… Read More It doesn’t have to be a debut to be new by Randi Triant
So this time of year I am buried neck deep in tax returns. I love taxes, really, but ten days out from the deadline and the bloom is no longer on the rose. I don’t really have time for breaks at work except to run next door for lunch to go. I think I am… Read More Need A Little Humor
Hey, everybody! HOLY CRAP I AM LIVE AT CLEXACON AND IT IS BLOWING MY MIND. Okay, all — this is just a quick hit because I’m busy basically 24/7 at these things and this con in particular makes me ultra-happy and keeps me engaged like that. Also, we’ve got the Dirt Road Books crew on… Read More Fangirl Friday: CLEXACON