chick-lit

May
31
2013

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The bad news: The ladies of Whine and Wine are being shelved for awhile.

The good news: I have three agents interested in the project in about three years.

Of all the scenarios I had envisioned and read about, this is not one that had ever crossed my mind.
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Character building

May 24, 2013
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I am often asked where I get the ideas for my stories. I’m a visual person. When I’m working on a novel or short story, I like to make a collage to keep me connected. I need to see the story before I can write it. For me, that means keeping an ongoing world of […]

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Countdown to ebook publication: Day #2

May 23, 2012
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As I posted yesterday, I am counting down to the publication of my first ebook publication. The Bad News I had hired a conversion specialist to get the Roberson Ladies ready for publication across all ebook platforms, but yesterday afternoon I discovered that they have a massive backlog. My options were to wait it out […]

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Writer’s Life

July 28, 2011

The more I make writing part of my daily priority list, the more I find my characters talking to me. Whether it is nonfiction and I start remembering something my kids did that was worth writing a quick story about, or if it is fiction and the characters start building their own journey’s and life […]

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The power of fiction

July 14, 2011

I have written nonfiction most of my life. My journalism background landed me in roles within reporting, and then as a freelancer I got into things like personal essays, blogs, feature articles, and reviews. I am just now sinking my teeth into fiction writing and, I must admit, it is a bit of a power […]

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