Posts Tagged: writing

RSVP for J. Kenner & Tracy Wolff's The Art of Writing Erotica Event, coming Wednesday!

    The Art of Writing Erotica – A Conversation with Authors J. Kenner and Tracy Wolff Wednesday, December 18 – 7–8pm EST RSVP Now! Join bestselling authors J. KENNER (RELEASE ME, The Stark Trilogy) and TRACY WOLFF (FULL EXPOSURE, TIE ME DOWN) LIVE as they discuss the art of writing erotic romance. Learn how to ramp up the emotional and sexual… Read more »

Lois Winston on Writing Outside the Box

Please welcome Lois Winston to the blog! For those of us who are “pantsers” rather than “plotters,” I’m sure you’ve at some point found a minor character taking over one of your stories. Such was the case when I began writing Talk Gertie to Me. What started out as a chick lit fish-out-of-water story about… Read more »

Blogging about those awkward sex scene edits … and giving away a copy of Complete Me at Under The Covers Book Blog!

I’m at the very first stop on my blog tour today as we count down to the release of Complete Me, book 3 of the #StarkTrilogy … coming one week from tomorrow! Come visit me today at Under The Covers Book Blog where I’m talking about Sex, Choreography and teh Foibles of Editing! And …… Read more »

Tori Scott on Deadlines: Using Stress as a Helpful Tool to Get Stuff Done

Today Tori Scott joins me to talk about the cause of an author’s stress – deadlines! Due dates are nerve-wracking, but can also be helpful tools to get you focused on your work. Read on to hear Tori’s experiences with deadline mania… Deadline Panic I’m one of those people who really kicks into high gear… Read more »

Writing Romances about Stagehands: Jennifer Stevenson on her Writing and and these Alluring Male Leads

Jen Stevenson joins me today to tell us her favorite kind of romance characters – and why they are so special to her. Keep reading and she might just make you crave your own stagehand! Why I write romances about stagehands by Jennifer Stevenson I first fell in love with stagehands in college, sitting across… Read more »

Snag a First Chapter Skype Critique with J. Kenner & Help Fight Diabetes!

Writing a book and would like some feedback? I have another item up for you guys on Brenda Novak’s auction to fight diabetes! I’m donating a First Chapter SKYPE Critique and Discussion to the lucky winner. Get the chance to discuss  your first chapter with me while donating to a great cause!  (And I swear… Read more »

Worried about Writers' Block? Janis Patterson writes on the Struggles and the Successes (plus a Giveaway!)

Writers’ Block bringing you down? Janis Patterson joins me today to talk about the struggles and the best ways to overcome. Read on for a chance to win a $5 Amazon gift card! Writers’ Block and Other Hazards – The Joys of Being A Writer by Janis Susan May/Janis Patterson It’s happened to everyone. You’re… Read more »

Meg Lacey discusses Her Own Fairy Tale, Writing, and her Personal Journey

Today I’m excited to introduce Meg Lacey to the blog! Ever wanted to know what’s it’s like for a writer behind the scenes? Looking to start your own writing career? Keep reading for Meg’s story and great tips! Fighting my way back… By Meg Lacey I’m going to tell you a little story, a sort… Read more »

Kumbaya for action scenes ….

A while back, I complained to my critique partners about the fact that I was on deadline and had to write a fight scene (in case anyone is wondering, this conversation did not come up in the context of writing Release Me or any of the books in the Stark Trilogy. Those are an entirely different… Read more »