Published on July 15 2014

Symptoms: I sit down, open the file and begin working on my manuscript when — 1) I suddenly decide this is the perfect time to brush the dog 2) A flash of hunger has me raiding the refrigerator 3) I have the urge to go look for that lost sock 4) The dog...

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Published on May 7 2014

“It would be so nice to be able to dream again,” someone said to me a few days ago. “To have ideals, or just believe we can make a difference. To think we’re not only selfish consumers.” I knew exactly what he meant. We live in a world where a violent...

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Published on March 4 2014

As a writer, I have a big responsibility: I can’t bore my readers; I can’t underestimate them; and I have to share information. And when it comes to writing romances, not only do my readers want a good tale, they also expect to (vicariously) fall in love....

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Published on January 18 2014

(Guest blog at Read Your Writes) Romance is very much a dance, an archaic and complicated one, and it has to be re-learned no matter how many times it appears. The first steps are always awkward, tentative. Then just when we manage to gain a bit of confidence,...

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