Revised and expanded – Karin Kallmaker’s advice on how to prepare for your first public reading of your book: Pick the right passage, practice, prepare for questions and close with a call to action.
Panel for new(er) writers on Getting Published, this Saturday January 7 at 11 a.m. at the Castro Valley Public Library. Local writers share their journeys to publication.
Biographies of lesbian women are rare. Your local library should have a copy of Indomitable and you can make it happen in five minutes or less without leaving your chair.
A sneak peek at the work in progress, plus a pretty picture of Lake Louise.
Bottle Shock, novel cameos, and more in an impromptu Q&A based on the tons of mail and messages I’ve been getting about Captain of Industry.
To a blog title that says romance novels are “primed” to make an impact on society, I would add “yet again.” Applauding the “new” wave of romance writing.
In other words, the customer is still supporting sinful writing, but using an app to avoid experiencing it. Very, very clever Clean Reader.
Stupid, silly, trashy, sappy… It’s “just” a romance after all. How about we stop shaming our readers and our own work?
Honest thoughts of readers about books they’d read disappeared. Poof! Gone!
One unique aspect of this book is that readers on my Facebook page gave many ideas of places my heroines could visit in their travels.
The ones who stand between these “concerned” citizens and our right to read whatever we want are librarians and booksellers.
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