If you’ve got a Romance or Erotica manuscript ready to be published then check out this list of 54 Publishers open for submission.
Ever since I heard about Romance Writers of America I knew it was where I needed to be if I wanted to be serious about my writing career and so I joined as soon as I could. When I learned about the Golden Heart contest I felt that if I won a Golden Heart awardContinue reading “The 2016 Golden Heart Finalists”
As an unpublished writer one of the best things you could ever do for your manuscript is to run it through a few contests before pitching it to literary agents and publisher. Why? Because, depending on how far your MS goes it will have been seen by a professional’s eyes and hopefully given feedback ifContinue reading “Romance Contest, Conferences, Conventions & Workshops 2016”
** For an updated list check out 54 Publishers Accepting Romance and Erotica Submissions** Breaking out into the romance writing scene can be intimidating to say the least. You don’t just write a great love story, you also need to: Decide whether you are going to self publish or try the traditional route. If youContinue reading “44 Publishers Seeking Romance”
I’m not a big audio book reader and by that I mean I have only bought one audio book and rented three others from the library in the course of my life. I don’t find listening to a story as entertaining as reading one. Even though audio books are not my preferred format I acknowledgeContinue reading “Audio Books: Are They Worth The Fuss?”
30 of the most popular articles on reading, writing and body confidence.
Many people believe critique partners and beta readers are one in the same. I admit, they can be, if you choose to use them that way. However, if you want your book to be the best it can be then you not only need to know the difference but you also need to know whereContinue reading “Critique Partners vs Beta Readers and Where To Find Them”
The last time you heard from me I mentioned a problem with my shoulder and arm. When I posted that update I honestly thought I’d be down for a week, maybe a week and a half. 25 days later and I feel like I’ve escaped the clutches of death itself! Ok, ok. That might beContinue reading “Well, That Was Unexpected…”
Every story has a villain. While most stories have villains that are generic and somewhat boring others have villains that are creepy and leave you feeling freaked out. The best type of villain, in my opinion, are the ones where you aren’t quite sure if the character is truly a villain or just misunderstood or theContinue reading “How to Write a Villain That Readers Will Love to Hate”
The perfect curve loving hero is not a unicorn. He actually exists, to a certain degree, in real life. (I say to a certain degree because no one is truly perfect.) If this is true why is it so hard to write one? Because writing is just plain hard. Well, it is. It’s not easy,Continue reading “How To Write The Perfect Curve Loving Hero”