One of my New Year’s resolutions for 2019 was to be more productive and disciplined in my fiction writing. I’d spent the last three months of 2018 finishing a project that I’d been working on sporadically for years and ignoring everything else, and that had taught me that I actually produce more and better story … Continue reading Taming Plot Bunnies and Getting It Done
Like more than 20 million other people, I read e-books on a Kindle, and my favorite genre is romance. A quick search on Amazon for romance titles this morning yielded me 365,065 options to choose from. I know from experience that there are treasures to be found all the way up and down the charts. … Continue reading Because life is too short to read crap
In a recent writers roundtable over at comic and fiction writer Sean H. Taylor's blog (Bad Girls, Good Guys and Two-Fisted Action, and if you're not reading it, you're missing out), we talked about the best and worst advice we've ever received as writers. More than half of us piled on the hate for that … Continue reading In defense of “Write What You Know”
So where ya gonna be September 19-21, 2014, kittens? Me, I'll be in Louisville, Kentucky, at the first ever Imaginarium, a convention created specifically for creators and fans of speculative fiction in all its many forms. Imagine the most awesome literary track ever created at a fandom con - that, that's what it is. Want … Continue reading Imaginarium 2014!