I'm visiting Vonnie Davis today, talking about stirring up trouble for my characters when all they want is a happily ever after. If you’re an author, what are your favorite ways to maintain and increase conflict? As a reader, what story conflicts do you enjoy most? Stirring Up Trouble Have a new Kindle or tablet?… Continue reading Stirring Up Trouble – Summertime Dream Tour Stop Seventeen
Dealing With the Sagging Middle – Guest Post by Rachel Brimble, Author of A Man Like Him
I’m delighted to welcome back author Rachel Brimble, with a new peek at her new Harlequin Superromance, A Man Like Him. I am nearing the halfway mark of my latest work in progress and while for some writers that will be something to celebrate, for me it is the opposite. Why? Because it means the… Continue reading Dealing With the Sagging Middle – Guest Post by Rachel Brimble, Author of A Man Like Him
A (Fantasy) Series of Unfortunate [Edits] – Guest Blog by A. H. De Carrasco
A (Fantasy) Series of Unfortunate [Edits] We’ve all been there, that moment. You know what I’m talking about. After months of critiques and revisions and more notes and more revisions, it all comes down to that last finished moment, when you look at your manuscript and think, “How amazing. After all that work, this is… Continue reading A (Fantasy) Series of Unfortunate [Edits] – Guest Blog by A. H. De Carrasco
Inspiration – Moonlight
Moonlight plays a part in many of my stories' scenes. My characters might take a quiet walk as the day settles. . . What does moonlight inspire for you?