December 19, 2012

The Next Big Thing

The lovely Megan Cashman tagged me for The Next Big Thing where you chat about what you’re working on. Thanks, Megan! Here’s a sneak peek at […]
December 17, 2012

He Said, She Said

I’m editing CAUGHT UP IN US and one of the things I’m paying close attention to is the use of dialogue tags. A lot of books […]
December 15, 2012

Title Change

This week I changed the title to my novel. I know, I know. Huge news. Plus, wait til you see how radical the change is. Ready??? I […]
December 12, 2012

Writing Into a Corner

Earlier today I talked to a friend of mine who has founded several businesses. I wanted to run some of the scenarios in my novel past […]
December 10, 2012


I can see the finish line of this revision of CAUGHT UP IN YOU! Okay, fine. It’s still 18,000 to 20,000 words away. But still! I’m […]
December 7, 2012

New York Times writes about New Adult

Great piece in the New York Times recently on New Adult lit, citing Cora Carmack’s hit “Losing It.” Check it out! Back to the writing cave […]
December 5, 2012

Fluffing a Fake Christmas Tree

So I’m setting up my fake Christmas tree last week. When you have a fake tree, you have to “fluff” the branches. That basically means you […]
December 3, 2012

CAUGHT UP IN YOU teaser!!!

Hey guys! I’m so excited to announce I’m going to release a free teaser of the first chapter of CAUGHT UP IN YOU as well as […]
December 1, 2012

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

Words, words, words. That’s all we have as writers, and they’re all that exist between us and the reader. I’ve been reminded this week that the […]
November 29, 2012

Come Away With Me By Kristen Proby

I finished reading Come Away With Me by Kristen Proby this weekend, and just wanted to say a big congrats to Kristen on the success her […]
November 26, 2012

Pricing Strategy for eBooks

Hello! What a whirlwind holiday weekend there! Just a quickie post to share an amazing and helpful article on how to be successful in self-publishing. This […]
November 23, 2012

1st or 3rd Person POV?

First or third. First or third. Such dilemmas! Choosing the POV for a novel is as vital as choosing the, well, the plot, the main character, […]

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