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Nerves of an erotic author

My nerves are a little shot.  Less than two weeks from today I leave for Atlanta to attend DragonCON, the largest science fiction/fantasy convention in the US.  This itself is nothing new as I’ve been on panels the past few times I’ve gone but this time I’m on four panels, plus I’m teaching a bullwhip/singletail […]

More Paranormal Romance – Pushing Forward RE: Sherrilyn Kenyon

This is something all of us need to read.  Since I didn’t ask for permission, I’m only posting the first paragraph or two of Sherrilyn Kenyon’s keynote speech to the RWA Nationals crowd.  It’s important because she outlines the struggles of all writers, be we big or small.  For those who don’t know, Miss. Kenyon […]

Tricks to learn the publishing business for New Writers

For new writers, breaking into the erotic romance market may seem overwhelming but here’s what I suggest: Pick up the following authors and devour their work: Angela Knight, Morgan Hawke, Christine Feehan, Laurel K. Hamilton (not exactly traditional erotic romance) Julie Templeton, Kate Douglas, Candace Havens, Dakota Cassidy, Joey W. Hill, Lori Foster, Diane Whiteside, […]

New release and POV From the Editor

As many of you know, I’ve been editing stories now for Sizzler Intoxications, the new Erotic Romance line Sizzler Editions. It’s been fun and a learning experience when it comes to dealing with authors both old and new. For starters, the newer authors don’t always need guidance and hand holding. Thank GODS! The ones that […]

Fuck You NaNoWriMo

Not really.  But I thought I’d catch your attention and that would be the fastest way to do it. The thing about National Novel Writing Month is twofold for me. On the one hand if you’re a real writer, you’re already cranking out the novel that will sell.  If you’re not, then you’re jogging your […]

Lessons for New Generation of Authors

I’ve been spending a lot of time talking with my publicist and discussing the work habits of this new generation of romance authors.  The astounding thing is that observing this generation of new authors gives me both good feelings and bad. For starters, with the growing E-book revolution (and it IS a revolution) and social […]

Decisions, Decisions

For those who have been following my lengthy career, you’ve noticed that I’ve been in E-books for the last ten years. It’s a good market and I’m quite happy with the results. But there comes a time in every author’s career where they want to make the jump to enhance their career and get into […]

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