As I threatened to do last time I was live on Facebook, I'm doing another chat tomorrow night at 6pm MST. (Time zone converter here.) No special content or theme this time. Just questions and answers and hanging out. As usual, feel free to ask me anything. If you're shy, you can email your question
Back By Popular Demand! I've had a lot of emails and Facebook PMs asking me about the Facebook Live sessions, which I had let slide unnoticed over the horizon. Apparently, everyone misses them. So, to celebrate the launch of High King of Britain, I'll hold a chat on Facebook tonight at 6pm MDT (timezone conversion here).
...and you DID Ask! The new time slot for Monday's Facebook Live seems to work quite well. There were some great questions! A new time slot and a grab bag of odd questions from readers, lately, plus any questions asked live. How weird will this get? Let's see! Index of Contents 1:12 News 7:47 Mailbag
Change In Facebook Live session times and Ask Me Anything (Really!) Tomorrow, I'm switching things up for a bit. I often get emails expressing regret because the Facebook Live sessions are scheduled at a time when readers can't tune in live. As 2pm MDT on a weekday suits the majority of readers, in all time
Military Careers When Soldiers Wore Swords. We love to adore the red-coated soldiers parading through our historical romances -- just think of Rupert Friend in Pride & Prejudice, or the dashing military friends in Four Feathers. But life in the military wasn't fun. Not even for the officers. Prepare to learn some not so romantic facts about
Dumb Drugs Last Monday I woke up with a pain in the side of my back, that stabbed sharply when I breathed heavily. It hurt to raise my arm. As I had woken with it, I figured I'd slept funny, stressed a muscle or tendon, and that the pain would go away after a while.
How do Authors Build Series? How does an author build the story world and the series-long story arcs that make a series one you want to hang on to until the end? What are the types of series? And why is every author writing them, these days? Why do authors stop writing series? By reader request, this week we'll
Does Size Make A Difference? This is a perennial argument discussion in romance circles and the debate may never end, but let's try to nail it down a bit better tomorrow. Do you like your books short? Or long? Or don't care? How do you find romance novels these days? Too long? Too short? Did you
Kings, Over Kings and High Kings...Huh? If you've read even a little King Arthur fiction, then you've probably noticed that every second companion and lord in King Arthur's court is a king. Yet they're all bending the knee for Arthur...who is also a king. So how does that work? Is it just more of the
On Facebook, on Monday, we had a rolling, roiling discussion about print versus ebooks, and how to maximize your book collection. Lots of differing opinions...including mine! I had an eye opener regarding print and ebooks recently, which I shared in the discussion. One of the viewers/commentors was US Today Best Selling romance author Laurann Dohner, a complete