If you’re a writer, you’ve probably gotten lots of catchy, helpful advice like “Write What You Know!” And if you’re not … Continue Reading Ignore This Advice: Write What You Know
As I wrote in my first How to Write an Awesome Sex Scene post (read it here), a great sex scene … Continue Reading How to Write an Awesome Sex Scene, Part II
So you finally got some feedback on your writing – yay! But it’s not 100% adoring praise? Perhaps it includes … Continue Reading Writing: How I Handle Constructive Criticism
So my first novel, Loki’s Lover, is written. All 98,000 words of it. (Here’s an excerpt) Of course, as the … Continue Reading Novel Update: Editing!
Studying ancient Norse mythology is supposed to be hard. No one warned Caroline it would be life or death. … Continue Reading The Trickster’s Lover: Novel Excerpt
If you’re a writer, guess what? You’re going to get rejected. A lot. (No, not alot. That’s not a word. … Continue Reading Writing: Dealing with Rejection
I’ll be honest with you – writing sex scenes ain’t easy. (Yes, I just broke the law… of grammar. Damn, … Continue Reading How to Write an Awesome Sex Scene
As many excellent writers will tell you, grammar matters. But sometimes there’s an exception. A free ride. A hall pass. … Continue Reading Breakin’ the Law! When Can You Ignore Grammar Rules?
As a writer, do I really need to worry about grammar? Can’t I just claim poetic license and let it … Continue Reading Your Novel: Does Grammar Matter?