On Writing: Write What You Know? Maybe Not.

Today's post on Fight for Your Write is from Jeanette Grey. M and I shamelessly stalked her (and complimented her profusely) until she agreed to join us for a day. She's a brilliant writer, capable of evoking swoony feelings without any of the cheese. In this post, she tells us WHY she can do that. … Continue reading On Writing: Write What You Know? Maybe Not.

A Moment with Margaret Taylor

Meet Kathy of Wolf's Paradox Yesterday, Melissa Fox and I hosted Margaret Taylor on Fight for Your Write, and she was so funny and charming that I asked her to appear here on the site today. Because she's amazing, she agreed. Margaret did something a little different and let her main character do the talking. So, … Continue reading A Moment with Margaret Taylor

Blog Sharing – On Editing: You May Be Doing It Wrong

Guest post on Fight for Your Write today from TC Slonaker, a Martin Sisters Publishing author. TC offers her own story about publishing and how she discovered the importance of having an editor - even though she's been an English teacher. via On Editing: You May Be Doing It Wrong.

Mountain Charm Cover Reveal

Mountain Charm by Sydney Logan “True love and sweet whispers, till death do us part; Send someone to love my Appalachian heart.” At the age of thirteen, Angelina Clark followed in the footsteps of her ancestors by casting an Appalachian love spell, which promised she would blossom into a beautiful and gifted woman who would find … Continue reading Mountain Charm Cover Reveal

Guest Blog: Writing with Realistic Expectations

My guest blog on writing with realistic expectations was posted to the Fictionista Workshop site. If you're hoping to publish your first novel or considering other options for your next book, maybe the words I shared will help. Writing with Realistic Expectations.