Snippets of stories told to me or situations personally experienced spark many of the characters, settings and scenes in my novels. The real life mom of the local chef who inspired the character of Eric, Chef Darien’s sous chef in Continue reading Truth Writes Fiction
THANK YOU NEW READERS! Over 600 fans of romance added”Reservations” to their Kindle summer read library yesterday! Enjoy and please post a review of Darien and Ali’s story on Amazon.com and Goodreads! I’d love to hear from you!
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To give a romance read a 5 star review, I must fall in love with the man who captures the woman’s heart. Darien McKenna was easy. I not only brought him to life in Reservations, I borrowed much of him Continue reading Fall In Love
I have Kindle and Paperback and I am not sure which format I prefer. I love my Kindle for the convenience and ease of reading anywhere. But I love the feel of a real Paperback. You tell me what is Continue reading Paper or Plastic?
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Yesterday, I indulged my gardening habit in the green of Spring craved during endless months of winter endured. I chose my crop of perennials, herbs and vegetables, dug holes and pushed roots into soil, fertilized and watered the tender plants Continue reading A Garden of Characters
I don’t believe there is a “proper” way to organize your creative writing muse. Some authors swear by the outline. Others look at their story as a screenplay, a film unfolding behind their eyes. The characters move in linear time Continue reading Writing from the Middle
Your job is to stay in the 5 percent. How many aspiring authors have heard that advice from mentors. Only 5 percent of writers with an idea for a book put pen to paper (or cursor to computer screen). From teachers. Continue reading Your job is to stay in the 5 percent.