Video: Interview with Jodi Vaughn on Self Publishing Romance

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Video: Interview with Jodi Vaughn on Self Publishing Romance

Video: Interview with Jodi Vaughn on Self Publishing Romance

Jodi Vaughn is a southern paranormal romance author who has recently self published a boxed set of holiday stories. She is full of great information and inspiration for authors, so I am excited to have her on Writer Groupie Podcast. In this episode, we discuss her journey as an author and how self publishing has gone for this recent release. Sorry for the poor quality, I am still learning how to play the video interview game. SHOW NOTES: How Jodi created her brand Why she chose self publishing Does she use pro editors? What is meant by PITA (as a

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Flash Fiction Friday: your inventory

I used to put flash fiction here on Fridays and I will return to that soon, but at the moment I am writing on a women’s fiction novel and getting ready to go on vacation so my time is at a premium. Yes, I don’t even have time to blog! Georgie Pauwels / Foter / Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) So, instead of my writing a flash piece here, I am going to post the inventory and you can write one instead! yes, I am referring to the post about INVENTORY a’ la Wendig that I put

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Sunday Ruminations

What is it about Sunday that makes us all want to chat on our blogs about things that are shaking and moving our world? Is it the Sunday morning programs on television? I mean I watch Sunday Morning (the program) on CBS without fail (unless I am sick in bed). Or is it something else…something more like a simple baring of our soul? I am going to go that route this time, at any rate. My soul needs baring. I am writing romance. Yes, dear reader, ROMANCE. Not erotic, not historic, but more with a woman’s fiction bent. All about

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Meet Dora Machado, she writes FANTASY!

How Fantasy Loves Romance and Romance Loves Fantasy by Dora Machado People ask me all the time why I chose to write romantic fantasy. The short answer is that I can’t envision writing one without the other. The long answer might be more complex. The union of fantasy and romance is a marriage of convenience. The genres complement, enhance and enrich each other. Beyond that, romance and fantasy are the Yin and the Yang, ebony and ivory, Billy Joel and Elton John. They belong together. I love writing epic fantasy. Fantasy is a subversive genre, requiring the mind to bend

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