I Have An Agent
I was going to come up with a clever headline.
But there is no being clever when you've hit the biggest accomplishment of your adult professional life. I have no irony or sarcasm or wink, wink, nudge, nudge when I realize I've crossed the threshold from "I want to be a professional romance author," to "I AM a professional romance author."
Or, at least, Sara Megibow thinks I can be. (Click to keep reading...)
Shout Out to My Arrow Fanfiction in USA Today's Romance Blog
GUESS WHO WAS MENTIONED IN USA TODAY'S ROMANCE BLOG, "HAPPY EVER AFTER"?
Denny S. Bryce, HEA columnist and romance author, first interviewed me in 2015 about my Arrow fanfiction story Desperately Seeking. I didn't realize at the time that it was her first interview for her inaugural blog about fanfiction. Three years later, she's revisiting her favorite stories and chose mine to lead her column. (Click to keep reading.)
What I Learned In the Seven Years Between Completing A Novel
IN 2011, I FINISHED A BOOK....
I sweated over it, I celebrated it, I won a contest with it, and then, when I received, like, eight rejections for it (I'm not kidding), I threw it under the proverbial bed and declared that I was done with fiction writing.
Perhaps I wasn't quite as dramatic as all that, but it still wasn't pretty.
Now, seven years later, after starting a successful freelance business that forced me to write quickly and daily, after discovering the joys of writing serially to enthusiastic fans on Wattpad, and after completing a 50,000-word fanfic and a short story that I'm incredibly proud of, I've completed another book.
On Dec. 18, 2017, I gave myself the Christmas present of completing The Billionaire's Prince, a story about a sexy female billionaire who strikes a bargain with a prince. In return for three nights a month in his bed, she will give him enough money to save his kingdom. All she wants is three nights a month in his bed for a year. And his heir.
I know. Juicy.
Everything has changed about the world of romance fiction since 2011. Fortunately, everything about how I write has changed, too.(Click to keep reading...)