I’m over at the Word-Whores bordello, starting a story of forbidden desire. I’ve left Monday Word Whore James A. Moore with a dilemma!
I’m over at Word Whores, kicking off a week of synopsis-writing tips and tricks from the pros!
I still get a total thrill when people send me pics of my books on the shelves. Maybe one day I’ll get over it, but not so far. Could be I’m getting tiresome about it because I showed my mom a pic on my phone that someone sent and said, “photos like this make me so happy!” And she said, “I know,” in that *tone* people get, like when you’ve said something too many times.
But, hey. Look! Me and Guy Gavriel Kay!
Hee hee hee.
I’m over at Word Whores today, trying to explain more about my process and why I don’t really care about learning to pre-plot my books.
I’m over at Word Whores today, shedding light on the shadow side of my writing process. Which is *nothing* like the ordered linearity of my tracking worksheets.
I’m over at Word Whores, talking about repetitive stress injuries – writer physical ailments and how to prevent/combat them.
Fortunately our list-makers over at Word Whores have chosen a one-hit list for this week’s topic: The most essential element for writing a successful series.
I got taken out for a surprise breakfast yesterday, so James switched with me, taking over my usual Sunday post. Thus, I’m at Word Whores today, talking about romance in science fiction and fantasy and whether the female POV is unfairly dismissed.
Having a bit of a rant about fantasy tropes and boy books over at Word Whores today. It’s maybe a little much…Don’t feel like you have to read it!
I’m over at Word Whores, sharing the shiniest nuggets I picked up at the RWA National Convention.
We meant to do that…
But that’s not what I’m eating crow about. This week’s topic in the Bordello is: What did you say you’d never do in a book, and then did? Click over to Word Whores to hear my embarrassing story!
Also, I’m teaching an online class in August! 🙂
**CLASS BEGINS** Sexual Tension – Getting Away from Wham, Bam, Thank you, Ma’am. Presenter: Jeffe Kennedy. August 1–15, 2015. Outreach International Romance Writers, http://www.oirwa.com/forum/campus/#AUG1
Sexual Tension – Getting Away from Wham, Bam, Thank you, Ma’am
Presented by Jeffe Kennedy
Dates: August 1–15, 2015
Deadline August 1, 2015
Fee: OIRW Member $10
Fee: Non-Member $15
Registration: Non Members
Registration: OIRW Members