I haven’t posted on the blog in a while, and there are a couple reasons for that.
If you are a newsletter subscriber, this might be old news to you, or if you have been on my book page on the website you might have discovered it already – BUT!! I finally landed on a date for my first hockey romance novel Take The Shot!
So…as I’m preparing to pub my first novel in The Philadelphia Bulldogs romance series I’m starting, I’ve also been working on later books in the series. So I started NaNo this year with 11K words on a WIP that I was having a really tough time with. I’m planning for this to be book fiveContinue reading “I won NaNoWriMo!”
Hi! Me again, here to talk to you about more progress with my upcoming debut, Take The shot! So, initially I was thinking about releasing this book in Feb, but…when I got in contact with a designer for my cover and an editor, I realized those dates were cutting it a little close. Especially ifContinue reading “Take The Shot – Coming 2020? Maybe”
One of the things I last blogged about was my frustration with writing blurbs. They are so hard. I’ve really been struggling with the blurb for my first book, Take The Shot. I literally wrote six different versions of it, and just wasn’t satisfied with it. (Also, I wrote the blurbs for books two andContinue reading “I have a blurb!”
Since I write hockey romance, I wanted to share some of my favorite authors and inspirations in the romance sub-genre.
How did I come up with my team name for my hockey romance series? I
I can write a 77,000 novel, but having to write copy to get someone to buy that book? And keep it at 150-200 words?? That is HARD!
My WIP Take The Shot starts with my heroine, Dinah Lace trying to work on her writing…and failing because of the hockey players who live next door to her throwing a party. Dinah was a fun character to write, she is eight years my hero Noah’s senior and they are best friends. Dinah is petiteContinue reading “Take The Shot – Character Bio – Dinah Lace”
Here’s another check-in with me on my current WIP Take the Shot. Today, I’m talking about the hero in my romance story Noah Kennedy. I wrote Noah a little different than a lot of the sports romance heroes I have read about. He’s shy and quiet, and is kind of submissive. He’s a soft boy,Continue reading “Take The Shot – Character Bio – Noah Kennedy”