Thursday, May 16, 2013
That is my first editing tip. Write it down, folks. There will be a quiz later. Edits can be very controversial, and I often enjoy listening to different types of writers discuss their techniques and approaches. Some prefer to write the first draft as cleanly and neatly as possible to save them the trouble of going back to make huge changes. They’ll still go back and revise, but they’ll have less work.
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I'm guest posting on Nas Dean's blog today! :)
Friday, May 3, 2013
Thursday, April 25, 2013
The talented Jenny Brigalow stopped by to catch up and tell us about her debut romance, A Man for All Seasons. Gosh, don't you just love her cover? She's also giving away a copy of her ebook, so please leave a comment!
When successful rodeo rider and racehorse trainer Chad Cherub steps off the plane at Heathrow, love is the last thing on his mind. He’s travelled from Australia to do a business deal with the wealthy entrepreneur and racehorse fanatic, Walter Driscoll. However, he soon finds himself distracted by Wally’s gorgeous daughter, Seraphim.
Sweet, spoiled Seraphim, a gifted dressage rider, is also distracted. Engaged to the eminently suitable Barry Wellington-Worth, the arrival of cool, confident Chad forces her to re-examine her life. When she discovers the devastating truth that she does not love Barry, and learns that Chad’s cook has been injured, Seraphim jumps at the chance to take up the position on his remote property and scape the confines of her English life.
In the great dust bowl of the Australian Outback the couple find they have more in common than horses. Their love blooms as they work hard to start a new life together. But Seraphim’s family, and the past, threatens to tear them apart. It is only when the truth is laid bare that the barriers are broken own
What inspired you to write A Man For All Seasons?
I'm busy polishing another romance, set in north Queensland based around the rodeo scene. And also I'm researching for a YA fantasy series that I'm developing. And finally I'm writing the third and final novel for my Overlander trilogy. Lots to keep me out of mischief.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Sunday, April 14, 2013
I spent my weekend catching up with writing reviews for books I’ve read – some of them I’d read a while ago but hadn’t really had the time to review.
Along the way, this process brought to my mind a conversation I had with a writer friend a couple of weeks ago. She stated that, being a writer, she was biased to leave reviews for other writers. I respect her opinion, but I believe in...
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Friday, April 12, 2013
OMG, you guys! Thanks to the talented Victoria Miller, I got this awesome cover for my sexy contemporary novella releasing on May 3rd from Breathless Press. Do you like it? I love that the hero has mismatched eyes just like in the story!
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
She enjoys decorating her home with strange things that do not match, playing her old school Nintendo Entertainment System, and buying fish for her many fish tanks.