Linky List: Romance Writers

Linky List: Romance Writers

Linky List: Romance Writers

I know it is not February yet, but I am always ahead of the curve, right? This week, I have a list of romance authors’ blogs for you. These authors write romance in all heat levels, so be sure to pay attention to anything on their site that says “WARNING”.  Many of these wonderful creators are friends of mine, or I have met and spoken with in person. You can trust them to tell a good tale. There are more romance writers than any other genre in the world today, and this has been the norm for a long time.

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End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen

End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen

End of Year Reflection: Love What You Have Done-Comprehend What Didn’t Happen As writers, we all tread the same path, and the end of a year punctuates our successes and failures. I love how we can plan out our goals and follow up on them, success and loss. Many of you have kept me accountable with what I wanted to accomplish and what I managed to do. As the year wanes, I am certainly having moments of reflection. I did some things right, and some were just not done. It’s fun to tell my blog followers when I make a

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Book Marketing and Selling Tips

Book Marketing and Selling Tips

There is a book list on Amazon updated daily called “Amazon Best Sellers: Best Kindle Store” and you can decide on free or paid top 100 books. Knowing what is out there will help with book marketing and selling. I picked free and wooza-there were some great titles in that. There were indie authors, indie publishers, and others. It was a pretty neat place to check out.  Here is my opinion of things that we know as indies and what we should pay attention to. Book Marketing and Selling Tips What we should aim for as indies Write fiction. Plain

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Writing a novel first draft via Nanowrimo

Writing a novel first draft via Nanowrimo

Some of us have already ended Nanowrimo, and some of us are about to do so with the close of November. No matter if you have succeeded with the 50,000 words or not, we all have gotten SOMETHING on our work accomplished and isn’t that the whole purpose? This post is for those who are now holding that precious first draft. Rock on, you writer, you! GIVE IT A WHIRL I made my own story a nemesis this month by writing something from the seat of my pants, no outline, no idea what it would be. And it is a

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Interview with author, Mary Ellen Quire

Interview with author, Mary Ellen Quire

Recently, I went to Louisville, KY to a convention called Imaginarium. I met a lot of great folks, and am going to be bringing you a LOT of interviews in the days to come over on Writer Groupie. Mary Ellen Quire was one of the attendees that I have the privilege of presenting to you here. About Mary Ellen Quire I became interested in writing when I took a creative writing class (way back in high school) but I didn’t actually start getting serious with it until 2002.  Since I’ve worked as a veterinary technician for the past fifteen years and

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