Monthly Archives: February 2013

Originally posted on David Gaughran:
There’s an old adage that bestsellers are chosen rather than made, and there’s some truth to that. The amount a publisher splurges on the advance has to be recouped before the book turns a profit.…

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What Do I Want Be When I Grow Up? Beautiful, Smart and Fearless.

I was in my teens when the last woman’s movement came into full swing. I say last because women have been fighting for equality for some time. There will always be room for improvement, but the truth is, women have made great … Continue reading

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TENSION OVERLOAD AND RESOLUTION

I’ve arrived at my least favorite part of writing a novel–I call it tension overload and resolution. No matter what the genre, novels need that moment of danger when all seems to be lost, the heroine has been tied to … Continue reading

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MORE SELF-PUBLISHING ON AMAZON!

I’ve been lax. I haven’t lit up the blogosphere with any inspirational witticisms or photos over the past few weeks, or written anything for my Publishing on Amazon series. I’ve been working on The Tattooed Angel and Lord knows I can’t do more than one thing at a … Continue reading

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