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Writing Relic My First Novel

The post that follows in part of a blog hop with several other authors of lesfic. Read here, all about how I came to write my first novel and then follow the link below for another great post by the … Continue reading

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The Top 153 Lesfic Writers Alive (and Still Writing) Today

Lesbian fiction, AKA lesfic, is growing. There are more authors out there writing romances and genre fiction like mystery, fantasy and sci-fi for lesbian women and other open minded readers than even just a year ago. Most are women, a … Continue reading

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Seven to Life

It’s Thanksgiving week…but, if you’re in the U.S., you know that. The big question this time of year is always, ‘What are you thankful for?’. I’m thankful for a whole lot of things, for several people and for all of … Continue reading

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Why Writers Can’t Disconnect From The Internet

Sometimes I feel like I spend a lot of time researching crazy stuff… If I ever get in trouble with the law myself, like so many of my characters do, I hope I think to trash my computer, iPad, smartphone… … Continue reading

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6 Ideas Mainstream Fiction Writers can Steal from Lesbian Genre Fiction

Mainstream fiction authors and publishers could take a few lessons from the writers and the readers of lesbian genre fiction works about what readers – especially women readers – really want. Here are just a few things: 1. Mixing Genres … Continue reading

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On Writing: Back in the Groove

Late last April my mother came to spend a week with us as a vacation away from home and obligations for herself and as a time to see our new home and what all we’d gotten ourselves into since the big … Continue reading

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The Worst Advice I’ve Ever Heard About Writing

There’s lots of advice out there about writing and about how to be a better writer. Weather it’s about formatting or about the craft, most of the conventional wisdom is just plain bad.  Here are my top five, numbered for the … Continue reading

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Oh My Word, It’s Graduation Season!

Nothing is harder than trying to write when there are so many distraction s besides all of the usual culprits (family, Facebook, etc.)! June is here and with it, the season of graduations, showers and weddings. My own son graduated … Continue reading

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The 5 Best Blog Posts on Writing I Read This Past Week

Writers are readers. Unfortunately, most will tell you, when they’re in the middle of a new book, reading books is something they don’t get to indulge much time in. They may check out the news, read a blog post or … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of an Indie Author

So what’s it like to be a self published, indie author? What does a day in the life of one look like? I can’t speak for everyone, but I can certainly give you some idea of what my average day looks … Continue reading

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