If Music be the food of Love, then it makes sense Suzanne and Jennifer inspired a playlist ranging from Radiohead to Sia to James Blake.
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.
It’s 93,000 words of two strong women too much in the public eye for love. My latest novel is available!
No, not a salt-free e-story. It’s “Salt,” a free e-story. Punctuation can be vital.
Do Overs, You Can’t Win if You Don’t Play and Lilith are in one bundle. Not sure you’ve read them? These links to descriptions and an excerpt will help.
“Everywhere” might be an exaggeration, but readers from Japan to India, Alaska to Australia can now download Comfort and Joy from their favorite e-tailer. Below is a list of direct links to help you find it wherever in the world you are.
A garrulous Bennett and an affable Bingley join the two leads in Just Like That, my very lesbian, award-winning homage to Pride and Prejudice.
Stupid, silly, trashy, sappy… It’s “just” a romance after all. How about we stop shaming our readers and our own work?
My example is from Love by the Numbers: “She loved her beautiful back hair.” I caught that in the last proof before the book went to press. Take the time to read KG MacGregor’s hilarious examples of exactly what Spellcheck won’t do for you! DEAR DAIRY – KG MacGregor Who writes to a cow? Perhaps when you’re up pasture bedtime and in the mood to share something you herd. Udder nonsense. Turns out Spellcheck isn’t a perfect editor. Many years ago, I came within a curly hair of turning in a dissertation that contained three references to pubic opinion. Lucky I didn’t muff that one. They would have snatched that degree right out of my hands. (Reblog etiquette – Comment and Like at KG’s blog.)
The Bella Singles store has added one of my short stories for instant download. It was originally released in the Naiad Press anthology Lady Be Good. Given the dull weather facing much of North America, I hope it brightens your day!
There’s nothing worse than coming to the keyboard feeling rusty. Of course there’s nothing better than when the joints stop squeaking and the words start to flow.
Shay Sumoto became my first scientist, born of a strong desire to have more lesbians in my books who weren’t behind typewriters. I also wanted to create a character who was facing hard times and had made difficult choices.