My Literary Heroine – Anne Rice – at RT Convention 2012 I’m a little slow, but I just found out that my literary heroine –
I’m so sorry! I should have listened toAmanda Hocking and NOT put a release date on future projects until the book was near completion. I stated at the end of Book 1 that Book 2 would be done in October 2011. My day job (editing) picked up and I just have not had the time to write.
How do you weed out the readers from the critiquers? And what are the GOOD qualities of a critique partner? I cover this in my blog post, “Qualities of a Good Critique Partner.” And be sure to click on the links throughout this document for valuable resources on becoming a better writer.
This blog post is packed with resources for writers all because technology today makes it possible! Be sure to click on all the links…there may be resources and information you’ve never known about that could be the one thing/tip/resource to launch your writing career. And bookmark the ones you love!
Oh, I’m dreaming again! The last cover I designed just didn’t scream “paranormal romance”, so I created one that did. So here’s a new cover for MIDNIGHT CONQUEST that’s more suitable to the genre.
While at the Romantic Times Book Lover’s Convention 2009, I met an artist – Robert Quill – who drew my Hero from my Bonded By Blood Vampire Chronicles. I highly recommend his talents for drawing some of your own literary characters. Great way to bring them to life!