Monthly Archives: February 2013
I don’t know about anyone else, but I generally feel insecure about writing fiction. For one thing, a little over three years ago, I had never heard of plotting a novel, writing compelling dialogue, keeping a scene in one character’s POV, or critique partners. I didn’t pen my first fictional word until three years ago, … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day, February 14th. How was it observed in earlier days? Since I write historical romance as well as contemporary, I’m always interested in the customs of days gone by. From what I’ve found, as far back as the 15th Century, flowers were given to express love. Lovers in that time period also gave each … Continue reading
What? You worry about things, too? Everyone worries—whether it’s a young person starting out into the world, parents raising their children, professionals building their careers, the elderly concerned about health, you get the idea. I’m pretty sure writers are in there somewhere. Questions continually plague me. Maybe my manuscript is lacking and my hero … Continue reading
The winner of “In the Shadow of Sinai” by Carole Towriss is Gail Pallotta!!! Thank you all for entering.