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Maybe plotting isn’t the most evil invention…

I’m sure I’ve alluded to it numerous times before, so you all probably know by now that I’m a pantser – someone who writes by the seat of her pants. Actually,...

March meltdown cures

I was having a pretty shitty day until three things happened to turn it around: My DH (who’s feeling like crap today) still managed to wander upstairs with a coffee and a raspberry...

Women, know your limits!

When am I gonna learn to keep my mouth shut (or my fingers off that Send key) so that the only people I unintentionally annoy end up being fictional characters in my current manuscript? Well,...

Erotic romance — is the hot trend cooling?

Hi y’all. Read something recently on an literary agency blog I follow. The agents were discussing genre trends — what’s hot and what’s not. And according to...

And the winner is!

The winners of our month-long Valentine’s Day celebration over at Red Sage Revealed have now been posted. And I gotta give a huge shout-out to the lovely — and organised!...

First review of Let Sleeping Demons Lie!

Hi all, Gotta share, because this is definitely a SQUEEEEE! moment for me *VBG* The first review of Let Sleeping Demons Lie is just in from Night Owl Reviews and it’s a goodie:...
Food writer meets hitman with delicious results!

Food writer meets hitman with delicious results!

Yikes! Just remembered February only has 28 days, so I haven’t actually got another couple of days to get this post up. Which is why I’m sitting here at my desk on Sunday...

Are you in love with your WIP?

My weekly Writers Gone Wild post was a bit of a cop-out this week: too busy contending with an office full of Clendon Award manuscripts to think up something witty or terribly thought-provoking...