Social networking for romance readers
All authors are welcome to join this group, and the idea behind it is to share tips and hints on self-pubbing to Kindle etc., more especially how to format correctly. And of course, a little promotion too. …Continue
Although I was published in the conventional sense years ago (another pseudonym) and now once again contracted to a US publisher, I am nonetheless self-pubbing historical romance novellas. Why you might ask. Simply because I see no point in subbing them to publishers and not one of the latest releases has met with a submission editor's desk at a publishing house. The returns re royalties via a publisher can't match royalties direct from Amazon, not on a novella. I'm also about to self-pub…Continue
To Catch a Daring Thief - Pamela D. Strange:
Added by Francine Howarth on November 26, 2011 at 23:41 — No Comments
I'm a guest blogger at RFW this week talking about bad book reviews on Amazon! Yep, they happen and when they do they can knock you for six. http://romanticfridaywriters.blogspot.com/
Added by Francine Howarth on November 22, 2011 at 23:30 — No Comments
I have three Festival of Romance author books to read: reviews up soon.
Added by Francine Howarth on November 19, 2011 at 21:09 — No Comments
There are books (by Festival of Romance authors) that have been reviewed and can be seen on my Review Page @ http://francinehowarth.blogspot.com. I often post them in the first instance to my fun-writer blog (200 + followers) as well as the review page.
Also, if you're a self-pubbed Indie author, why not link up with the "Indie Witch" blog. You'll find the link in sidebar of either above blogs.
I've just posted a poem in remembrance of the fallen: my poem. See my blog: http://tgunwriter.blogspot.com.
Strange questions, I know ...
Has anyone written a love scene from male POV? with exception of the gentlemen amongst us.
I'm curious, because two of my heroes have taken over the pen.
Fellow writers who've read "The Highwayman's Mistress" thoroughly enjoyed the love scene in a horse drawn coach, in which Francois reveals inner thoughts. Women thought it "raunchy sensual" - "hot hot" - "wow sensual", and the only man who was asked to comment said it was "earthy sensual…Continue
If you're a kindle self-pubbed author don't miss the "How to Get Your Book Noticed on Amazon". It's an incredibly simple thing to achieve. I do it for every self-pubbed book I purchase from Amazon. See http://tgunwriter.blogspot.com.