Romance Fantasy Novel Giveaway February 7-28 only. As the title and image says, there's a romantic fantasy giveaway happening on BookFunnel, only for the next three weeks. I don't have a lot of fantasy novels in my portfolio, although a reader pointed out to me just a short while ago that my King Arthur
Science Fiction Romance and Fantasy Romance giveaway Don't let the cover image fool you -- there are SFR novels in this giveaway, including mine. As usual, I'll give you a heads-up just before the giveaway ends, as well, but remember that some authors are in the habit of pulling their books well before the
I know more than a few men read my blogs and emails. For you, this post may make you scratch your head. Perhaps not--I know this happens to men, too, but usually far later in life. For women, it happens far, far earlier. I'm talking about disappearing from view. I remember when it began to
I enjoy writing all my books, of course, but this one in particular made me look forward to getting up in the morning and heading for my desk. Although it was a logistical nightmare to plot and write! Now we're getting further into the saga, many of the characters you've heard of before are starting
The Branded Rose Prophecy is my longest book ever written. It comes in at 236,000 words. That’s long for anyone. It is nearly 4½ standard books packed together. I had a blast writing it, but it took me nearly a year, and I got very little else written that year. Still, it is one of
If you're into the King Arthur romance series, Once and Future Hearts, then I think you'll love Book 3! I had so much fun writing it. Not because it's a fun book, but because in Book 3, some of the epic, tragic events that thread through the Arthurian mythology are starting to form and influence the characters.
I'm currently suffering through the first cold I've had in years -- and not doing it very gracefully, I might add. It is sapping my energy. So I thought I would post this longish article about paranormal talents -- another of a huge group of guest posts on blogs that have evaporated in the meantime.
Today is the USA annual event, National PTSD Awareness Day. As a PTSD victim myself (and now fully recovered), I wanted to pause to acknowledge those who currently struggle with the disorder. It is most common among military personnel, but it can strike assault victims and victims of other traumas, too. It can be an
Years ago, when I had a new cover to show off, I would put it "below the fold" -- far enough down the page so readers would have to scroll to reveal the cover. That meant I could do a drum roll and pull back the curtains...ta da! Only, thanks to Facebook and other social
Authors can go to extraordinary lengths to build their fictional worlds. They have travelled the world, and spent decades in research. James Cameron has gone where few men have gone before--in ocean depths that few have ever seen. Based on his research he wrote The Abyss (one of my favourite movies ever) and Titanic. J.R.R. Tolkien