Friday has rolled around again and it's Week 36 of the Marketing for Romance Writers 52-Week Blog Challenge. Thanks for joining me! The topic for this week is managing my writing. Since I get easily distracted when I'm working, I immediately went off in search of info on time management and writing strategies so I … Continue reading 5 Time Management and Writing Strategies – #MFRWauthor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTso7SL62-E I'm working on a scene in my contemporary romance WIP (work in progress), Meant for You, and since my characters live in the Rockies, they're getting in some Colorado hiking during this chapter of the manuscript. Having lived in Colorado for nearly two decades, you'd think it would be easy to write a hiking … Continue reading Colorado Hiking: Researching for a WIP
If I want to call a store or product by a name that's a registered trademark, am I going to be dragged into court?
I've just spent a month taking an awesome online course from Angela James, the editorial director at Carina Press (a Harlequin subsidiary), called Before You Hit Send. The course was so comprehensive that I'm on information overload, at the moment, lol. Seriously though, I've been editing my first romance fanfiction manuscript for the Southern Roads … Continue reading Strengthen Your Writing Skills – Learn to Edit Your Romance Novel
I'm working on the first draft of a romance fanfiction and going through a mini-NaNoWriMo in order to complete it.
So, I'm working on the first draft of my first book, Heart of the Jaguar, and I'm stressing. Why? Because, I write and write and write, and it all ends up sounding like crap to me. Gaaahhhh! Here's what I really need to remember - just get the story on the paper. Editing comes later! … Continue reading First Draft Hell
Tips to help you learn how to write romance faster.