Today's post is not about characters in my books. It is about who authors write about as heroes and why readers love them. Because let's face it, do the men we know on a day to day basis ever measure up to the men writers portray as heroes in their books? I doubt anyone is… Continue reading TGIF…Heroes
I began a new book this week. The Seduction of a Duke by Donna MacMeans. It isn't a new release. I picked it up at the Lori Foster Author Reader Get Together in 2010 where I met Donna. She signed the book for me. I began reading the first few pages while I was there,… Continue reading What are You Reading Thursday?
I forgot to blog because I had a migraine. Oh my!
Lovely September day. Not too hot, but not too cool. Just right. Migraine. Migraine. Go away! You've stayed too long and it's insane. Trying to write a little. Need a few pages, but might only get a few paragraphs. Got a new garbage can today. Maybe the square kind will hold more than the oval… Continue reading Random Thoughts Tuesday
Today, please welcome with my our Guest Author -- Marilyn Baron Under the Moon Gate: The Spy Who Loved Her My husband and I love to read spy thrillers and we're both obsessed with books and movies about World War II. So when I wrote Under the Moon Gate, I knew I'd have to include… Continue reading Guest Author Monday
Let's talk ice cream today. I thought when my mom found the Key Lime Pie ice cream from Blue Bell that it was the best ever. Well now she has found a strawberry cheesecake from them that she tells me has real chunks of cheesecake and strawberries and crust. I haven't had a chance to… Continue reading Sunday Sundaes
Fun day today. Went to a writing meeting with my fellow SMRW members. We had a great guest speaker, Kim Law from Nashville Music City Romance Writers. She showed us how her wacky brain works and how she figured out how to successfully write a book. She's a mathematician so she is big into numbers,… Continue reading Play Date Saturday
Again this week I'm going to talk about a hero that I did not have an inspirational image. This novella was written before I started pinning on Pinterst. However, that doesn't make John Franklin from my novella Ava any less heroic. In fact, John is probably unlike most heroes. He has a passion for reading… Continue reading TGIF…Heroes
I revisited (which means I reread since I wrote it) Victory's Gate. It was my first published story, but it is a very sweet and endearing one. The plight of the characters was touching. The situations were real and I was amazed at how much I had forgotten about it in the six years since… Continue reading What are You Reading Thursday?
Migraine's abound. Vision cloudy. Computer screen unclear. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 is coming out at the movies soon. Curious what this one will be about since I believe there was only one children's book.