I’m so proud and, I must admit, slightly baffled by this — this is such an incredible feeling! “Adorably guileless heart candy… The real story is an old-school one of a grand love and a whole community that comes together to support it, with a happy ending that gives the reader a moment of escapist grace.”… Continue reading Right Here Waiting is still in the top 20 of Amazon’s 20th Century Romance Hot New Releases!!!
Today’s a day for catching up on all the paperwork and running around I haven’t had a chance to do while doing book promotion. It feels….good. It’s all things that I don’t particularly enjoy doing, but it feels good and responsible and like it will help in the long run, like how sore your muscles… Continue reading
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1. You are the work. The work is you: both an articulation of the self and a possibility for self-reflection. Be honest in creation: allow yourself to bleed into the work, but also allow it to work on you. Your work can show you things: illuminate and clarify…
I am working on Book Two (which still has no tentative or working title. It’s named ‘New Book’ on my computer…how boring) and am elbows deep in research of all sorts and generally just happy as a clam. I need a particular setting for a particular scene, so I’m researching to augment what I remember… Continue reading #AmWriting, #AmResearching, #AmDistracted
My book is featured over on Sharing Links And Wisdom today — head on over to read an excerpt and enter to win a $25 gift certificate!
Final day of my book tour, which has been an absolutely lovely experience. It’s been nice to be able to “talk” with readers who are interested in my book. The weather is absolutely gorgeous here today here in Alps — brilliant sunshine and warm. My family back in New England is facing sub-zero temps and… Continue reading #AmWriting
…there’s nothing to say that it -couldn’t- have happened as it does in the book. Men in love with each other is not a modern concept. Surely somewhere, somehow, two men figured out how they could be in love and live their lives together, if in a bit of secrecy. Surely some of the so-called… Continue reading Book tour, day 9: On writing realistic fantasy vs fantastic realism