Does Boring Writing Mean Boring Reading?

Our topic at the SFF Seven this week takes a look at the oft-quoted advice for writers: “If you’re bored writing, the reader will be bored reading.” And we’re asking is this true or false? I think it’s wrong, even dangerous advice. Come on over to find out why.

Cover Reveal! THE DRAGON’S DAUGHTER AND THE WINTER MAGE

I’m super excited to share the stunningly gorgeous cover for THE DRAGON’S DAUGHTER AND THE WINTER MAGE, Book #3 in my Heirs of Magic series, releasing September 24!

 

Book Three in the adult Fantasy Romance adventure series from award-winning, bestselling author Jeffe Kennedy. Follows the prequel novella, The Long Night of the Crystalline Moon, in the Under a Winter Sky romantic fantasy holiday anthology—now available as a standalone—and Book One of Heirs of Magic, The Golden Gryphon and the Bear Prince, and Book Two of Heirs of Magic, The Sorceress Queen and the Pirate Rogue.

Invisible Loner

Gendra—partblood daughter of an elite mossback soldier and the only shapeshifter to achieve the coveted dragon form—is anything but interesting. She’s actually plain and awkward and … invisible. Every guy she meets either looks right through her or—worse—thinks of her as just a friend. Fortunately Gen is far too practical to wallow in self pity. Much.

A Search for True Love

But as Gen accompanies her oldest friends on a quest for Her Majesty High Queen Ursula, she can’t help feeling bitter about her lonely fate as, two by two, they pair off with each other. As usual, everyone but odd-woman-out Gen seems to be finding the happiness in true love that has always eluded her. And Gen’s pathetic attempts to come out of her shell have only met with social disaster.

Dragon’s Daughter

Still, with magic rifts plaguing the Thirteen Kingdoms and a strange intelligence stalking them from an alter-realm, Gen has plenty to deal with—especially when she’s cut off from the group, isolated and facing a lethal danger. It just figures that Gen is on her own, once again. But with no one coming to save her, she has only herself to rely upon.

And, perhaps, the help of a mysterious, stranded magician…

 

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I’ll Be Signing at ApollyCon!

Yes, it’s a year from now, but isn’t it exciting to be planning for a super fun event in the future???

Personally, I can’t wait to see all of my wonderful friends who’ll be attending. The event has a spectacular lineup of authors that you can see here. Tickets go on sale September 22 and you can find more information here. I understand tickets go fast so be ready to clicky clicky!