Welcome back to this week’s scintillating edition of the #MFRWauthor blog challenge. For week #16, our task is to write about My Biggest Dream in Life. This one should be super-easy, right? Turns out… not so much. I really don’t have one overwhelming dream or goal for my life. Instead, I have smaller goals that … Continue reading Vision Board: Always Dreaming – #MFRWauthor
It’s week 15 of the #MFRWauthor blog challenge and this week’s topic is all about my social media hangouts. Now why do I feel like this is going to be a super-dull blog post? Umm, because I have no life! Lessee – I hang out on Facebook. I tweet on Twitter. That’s about it… I … Continue reading Social Media – Where Will You Find Me Hanging Out? #MFRWauthor
Week 14 is already here and this week’s #MFRWauthor blog post is about how I find my story inspiration. Good question, since I’m a new author. My first book is a Kindle Worlds romance, in Stephanie Bond’s Southern Roads canon. To write for one of these Worlds, you have to keep to the original series … Continue reading Story Inspiration – #MFRWauthor
A lot of my writing weaknesses are really based in fear.
We’re up to Week #12 of the #MFRWauthor blog challenge and the topic for this week is telling you all about what I consider to be my greatest strength. I can’t wait to see what the other authors in this blog challenge say about theirs but, for me, I’d have to say my strength … Continue reading Strength – What Does it Have to do With Writing? #MFRWauthor
This week’s #MFRWauthor blog challenge is all about letting you in on the plot – well, actually, in on my plot for writing my romance books. I’m a new romance author (working on book #3!), so I’m still nailing down my process. Some authors are plotters and work out every tiny detail before they begin … Continue reading Write a Romance Novel – There’s a Plot Afoot. #MFRWauthor Blog Challenge
This week’s #MFRWauthor blog challenge involves telling you about my most hated words – the ones that make me say “ick”. when I read them.The words I really try to avoid using in my own romance books. I can think of several, mostly involving anatomy and sex. These aren’t words I hate because I’m a … Continue reading Did I Say That? The Most Hated Words – #MFRWauthor
This week’s topic is how to choose a book title, which is something I don’t have much experience with (yet). I’m currently working on my second book (a holiday contemporary romance entitled, Blame it on Santa) and I have one romance novella published (Baby, Count on Me in Amazon’s Kindle Worlds). For the first book, … Continue reading How To Choose a Book Title – #MFRWauthor
Is silence considered “music to write by”?
This week’s blog challenge is to write about my hobby. Hmm, well, it’s gonna be a short list. Why? Because I’m an author, which means I sit at my computer during my spare time, creating stories and bringing my characters to life. Once the words start flowing, I barely take time to eat, much less … Continue reading Hobby? When Do I Have Time? #MFRWauthor