Most authors tend to write in one genre—contemporary romance, historical romance, paranormal romance, mystery, suspense, science fiction, etc. Some writers produce books in more than one. For example, Jayne Ann Krentz writes contemporary romantic suspense (under her own name), historical romantic suspense (as Amanda Quick), and science fiction romantic suspense (as Jayne Castle). Although she… Continue reading Mixing Genres – Guest Post by Diane Burton, Author of The Chameleon
Time to get introspective... Icy Snow’s next novel’s coming out in June. It’s a re-issue by Class Act Books of a novel formerly released by another publisher, and will be in both in Kindle and trade paperback. That made me think about all the novels I’ve written as Icy Snow Blackstone, and that led to… Continue reading Time to Get Introspective – Guest Post by Icy Snow Blackstone
I’m delighted to welcome Lyndi Alexander as she introduces her science fiction romance, A Small Degree of Hope, coming soon from Lyrical Press. Don’t forget to leave a comment for a chance to win in Lyndi’s giveaway!
Never give up. Never surrender. That line from Galaxy Quest sticks in my mind. Often we encounter a frustrating situation in our lives that escalates until we want to throw in the towel. “I can’t do [insert whatever] because it’s too hard.” Case in point: I gave up learning how to crocheting years ago because… Continue reading Never Give Up by Diane Burton, Author of The Pilot