I will be presenting Making Imaginary Characters Real at the Heart of the West Romance Writers of America Utah Chapter’s 2013 Writers Conference.
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On Saturday August 17, I’ll be presenting at a writers conference on Writing With a Tight Schedule—Tips and Ideas (plus Writing With Kids).
As an author, I occasionally read the reviews of my books on Amazon, and sometimes this is a torturous event. Here’s the scoop on what those stars really mean to authors.
Can novels be romantic without containing erotica? I was on a writing panel to discuss this issue.
Can’t get your calibre-formatted mobi file to open on Chapter One? Here’s the secret to getting that Kindle ebook to open right where you want it to.
Get to know your character! One of the things I’m often asked to speak about is how to create realistic characters. Here are some tips I’ve learned over twenty years.
Don’t kill your book’s chances by including too much backstory. These tips will save time and help you create a better novel.
Many people assume writing a first person POV is easy, but here are some things you’ll need to watch for.
Will enacting stricter laws keep guns out of the hands of potential criminals or will they make America even more vulnerable?
I will be a panelist at the Life, the Universe, and Everything symposium on science fiction and fantasy in Provo, Utah on February 14-16, 2013. See you there!