Romance and mystery with indie authors and the “First Day, First Paragraph” tag

A friend of mine tagged me last month to play a blog game he created. I wasn't sure if I would participate; I don't always, especially when I'm already feeling overwhelmed with work and other responsibilities. But this time I actually have something to offer in the form of a sneak peak into the sequel … Continue reading Romance and mystery with indie authors and the “First Day, First Paragraph” tag

When life gives you lemons, turn them into something resembling lemonade. [Interview with Author Gabriel Wright]

Indie authors have held a special place in my heart for as long as I can remember. As an indie myself, I know what it takes to write, edit, publish, and market a book all on one's own. It's hard - but it's also incredibly rewarding. The author I'm talking about today knows exactly what … Continue reading When life gives you lemons, turn them into something resembling lemonade. [Interview with Author Gabriel Wright]

The Opposite of White, Cis, Straight Men in Fiction with Author G Benson [Interview]

What first made me want to interview lesbian fiction author G Benson was the fact that, well, she wrote fiction about women who love women. I dig that. I'm a woman who likes women. (To my wife, who will read this one day: just you, baby. Just you.) And I love reading fiction that reflects … Continue reading The Opposite of White, Cis, Straight Men in Fiction with Author G Benson [Interview]

Three Things NaNoWriMo Has Taught Me: Guest Post by Emily Selleck

Last month, I asked a few of the peopole in my writing group for a guest post, and Emily Selleck was one of those who was kind enough to oblige. She's a riot - fun, happy, and full of great ideas. This is her take on that most hectic and brilliant of adventures: NaNoWriMo. Why … Continue reading Three Things NaNoWriMo Has Taught Me: Guest Post by Emily Selleck