Social networking for romance readers
I'll never forget when the song Fallin’ Slowly, from the movie Once, won the Oscar for Best Original Song - up against three, count them, three from Disney’s Enchanted. Glen Hansard received the award with co-writer and co-star Markéta Irglová, gleefully shouting, before he was dragged away from the mic, “MAKE ART!” I wrote those words on a piece of paper and stuck it to my fridge. I hadn't seen Once yet, but did shortly after, and found it…Continue
I haven't posted here for awhile, but I wanted to share what I wrote on my Searching For Sincerity blog. It's not specifically about romance, but the authors among you might find it helpful.
I'm thrilled and inspired, having just finished reading John Locke’s …Continue
So, I couldn't figure out at first if this was a positive review of my novel The Time Baroness, or not, but upon close examination, I decided it was, even though this reader only gave it two stars on Goodreads. It absolutely made me laugh, because she is obviously ashamed to read anything that might resemble romance. I thought I'd share it here 'cause you might get a laugh out of it as well.
"Well, i realized I had screwed up my birth control pills and…Continue
The heroine of my romantic time-travel novels passes herself off as being in her mid-thirties whenever she journeys into the past. Because she travels from one hundred years in the future to centuries in the past, she has the benefit of all the modern treatments that make one look impossibly young. Therefore, no one she encounters in the past guesses that she's more of an age...well let's just say, my age. Lucky her, she never suffers from hot-flashes, they will have…Continue