My post at The Debutante Ball today is about finding your writing tribe. I found mine. How can you find yours? Five tips.
This is very very PRE, but today The Black Hour went on sale at Amazon! It will be available for Kindle, Nook, and other e-platforms as well, as well as in print at other sellers. Amazon just managed to get there really early. So, big day. I keep giggling to … Continue reading
Duh. Every book from Catriona McPherson is great. I met Catriona at a Bouchercon Mystery Conference a couple of years ago. I think I can sum up what happens when most people meet Catriona when I say that I had an instant crush, and I hoped and hoped and hoped … Continue reading
The CALL. I keep hearing that term, but I didn’t have a call. I got an email. Read about the best news (and, oh, right, the WORST news) I ever got electronically, this week at the Debutante Ball.
I wrote it, sure. But there were a lot of moments leading up to me writing the book that helped it happen. Read about five people who helped The Black Hour become a reality.
THIS week’s Debutante Ball post is about where I write, and where I write about. Spoiler alert: I write where I can get caffeine.
I haven’t had much enthusiasm this week, what with the arm in a sling and all, but that’s no excuse for forgetting to post my Debutante Ball link over here. It’s about enthusiasm on the first day. Sure, it’s the nerd route, but maybe it’s time to let your nerd … Continue reading
I know Aaron Coats from my alma mater, Roosevelt University in Chicago. Specifically, I met Aaron at a recruiting event, and I must have said something he liked, because the next thing I know, he’s signed up and we’re peers. Aaron recently finished his degree, and I have to admit, … Continue reading
I really did break my arm last week, so I asked a few friends to help me freshen up the content while I tried to get my typing back up to speed. One of my newest writing friends, Lynne Raimondo, obliged. Lynne and I have the same publisher, and live … Continue reading
If you love the movie Clue as much as I do, here is your next read. It’s long but so so worth it. FLAMES if you don’t love Clue.