Before I started seriously writing, I read a minimum of one book a week. Usually two or three books a week, in addition to school
I spent Tuesday night with James Ellroy. Okay, not all night. Just a few hours with Mr. Ellroy and a group of reporters–plus the talented
Characters make the story, and nothing is more important to a successful series than good characters. This is doubly important for a romantic suspense series.
ADDED 12.28: Whoops! the tinyurl in the TWITTER contest link comes here, when it should be going to a description of LOVE ME TO DEATH!
I’m participating in the Book Club’s 31 Days of Giveaways. The guidelines/rules of the giveaway are simple. Answer the three questions below and post on
I may get in trouble for this blog, but Random House is closed until January 3rd, so who would I ask? I’ll invoke the “forgiveness”
Or is it? This is the first year since I’ve been published that I don’t have a deadline in December. Deadlines can mean a lot
I was going to ask everyone to comment what they were thankful for, but as my daughter sarcastically said, “Oh, that’s so creative.” So instead,
I am so excited to interview our own Debra Webb! It seems appropriate somehow that I’m interviewing Deb on Veterans Day. Her husband, Nonie, is
Next Tuesday is election day. You probably expect me to tell you to go out and vote. People fought and died for your right to