Tag: writing

  • “Long Live The Delicious Paranormal Romance”

    Thanks for giving me an opportunity to rant a bit. When I was close to finishing the first draft of my paranormal romance, Omega Rising, back in late 2013/early 2014, the world (meaning a lot of agents, editors, and bloggers I respected) declared the paranormal romance dead. “Can’t sell PNRs anymore.”  The articles came fast and […]

  • Tackling the rejection blues

    Confession: Hi everyone. I’m a writer and I have an inner running back. It’s not a peduncled growth scooting along on my body. Good guess, but no. It’s a position on a football team and I have an imaginary one. I was able to make the leap from writer to author because my inner running […]

  • Dumping the muse

    I don’t have a lot of time today so here’s my haiku for today: The  elusive muse dances coyly near then far Eff off I got this Blasphemy? Nah. Fiction writers are fiction writers because of our imaginations, not because of some ethereal muse who may or may not show up when you need it. […]

  • 4 Reasons To Fail and LOVE it #NaNoWriMo

    Yeah, okay I’m failing at NaNoWriMo. Last year on this date I crossed the 50,000 mark, validated, then passed out on the floor. Yes. EARLY. Today my word count is less than 25,000. Why am I smiling? Well, I’ll tell you. 1          Because I’m failing like a rock star and by that I mean I’m […]