Monthly Archives: May 2013

Welcome, Lou Sylvre

Lou Sylvre is on my LJ today, sharing her thoughts on Tropes and Archetypes, and an excerpt from her new book Finding Jackie, which is the third installment of her Vasquez & James series. Advertisements

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Hop Against Homophobia and Transphobia

I’m taking part in the Hop Against Homophobia and Transphobia which runs from 17-27 May. The Hop has been created to raise awareness of homophobia and transphobia and to stand together as writers etc of GLBTQ against discrimination. The International … Continue reading

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Welcome Vona Logan

Vona Logan is on my LJ today talking about her new release, Tats of Honor.

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Welcome Jessica Skye Davies

Welcome Jessica Skye Davies on my LJ today. Jessica’s sharing what being a writer means to her. There’s also a chance to win a copy of her new release Sins of Another.

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Plotting vs Pantsing

I’m blogging at Andrew Q Gordon’s today on this and the illusion of outlines. Drop by and leave a comment. I’d love to hear from other authors and what works for them.

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Welcome Isabelle Rowan

Isabelle Rowan is blogging at my LJ today and sharing her views on bookshops, libraries and print books.

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May – Five Sentence Sunday

From Shades of Sepia – current word count: 45, 874 He couldn’t do this.  He didn’t want to think about it, didn’t want to feel.  He wiped his hand across his mouth.  It came away covered in blood.  He let … Continue reading

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