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October 20, 2015

Paranormal romance is not just for women. Okay, maybe it’s mostly for women, but not just for woman.

Frankly, if I was a dude and wanted a peak into the female psyche, I wouldn’t just read paranormal romance—I’d study it. Solid clues about us girls can be found in every...

August 7, 2015

As a member of the Knoxville Writers Guild, and in particular of the Guild’s Sci-Fi/Fantasy Writers’ Group, I recently joined in on a writing experiment that was downright fun. The idea, which was thought up by another member of the group, was that each of us write a s...

June 23, 2015

 

 

Hopefully, some of you have checked out a few of my posts since I began this blogging adventure just a few months ago. If you haven’t, now would be as good a time as any. I’ll wait . . .

 

Now comes the hard part. You have to let me know what you think. I put a lot of...

May 6, 2015

 

So your friends all have e-readers—either a Kindle, Nook, tablet, iPad, what have you—but you can’t imagine reading without the feel of a hard cover or dog-eared paperback in your hands. Let me tell you. Before I published Curse Me Not as an e-book last year, I would...

March 24, 2015

It’s only natural that my debut novel, Curse Me Not, should fall into the genre that I read the most and like the best—paranormal romance. What’s unnatural, however, is the novel doesn’t involve any of the usual elements found in the genre. Not a one. In fact, to some...

March 11, 2015

I’d like to believe I’m a smart author in that I want to learn from my mistakes. That being said, I’m finding that my most important “teacher" is you, the reader. What you say about what you read matters—a lot. That’s where book reviews come in.

 

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February 20, 2015

On a blog I perused recently, I picked up an interesting tidbit. It’s a practice called “69-ing” and, no, it’s not that 69-ing!

With all the books out there on the market these days, hip readers have a new way to test whether a prospective purchase is worth their money...

February 5, 2015

When I first thought about writing a novel, I have to admit it I did so because—after reading paranormal romance after paranormal romance—I found myself tired of reading  variations on the same theme over and over. I’m a freelance copywriter and editor so it hit me. I...

January 19, 2015

Why did I pick Knoxville as the setting for my debut novel, Curse Me Not? Easy. The town is big enough to have everything from an opera company to a paint ball club, yet it’s small enough neighbors know neighbors and people actually go downtown to see a movieor have a...

January 5, 2015

When I wrote my novel, Curse Me Not, what I didn’t count on was how I would see myself after the writing was done.

The paranormal twist I use in the book is one that speaks of auras and curses upon auras. The fundamental question I had to answer as I developed the book’...

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