It’s Friday. Time to chill out and collect our favorite links from around the interwebs for a little weekend reading. There’s no theme. Just stories that made me smile or made me think, and I thought you might like them too. 1. The U.S. government has found NO evidence that mermaids are real. It’s a… Continue reading Favorite stories of the week
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Writing goals: Did you meet 2011’s? Set 2012’s?
I can hardly believe another year has gone by. I don’t know about you, but I love looking back to the goals I set myself on January 1 and remembering what I’ve accomplished this year. I had set myself some day-job goals (not to be a jerk-wad manager, since I was about to hire my… Continue reading Writing goals: Did you meet 2011’s? Set 2012’s?
Greatest hits of 2011 – thank you, readers!
I wanted to say a big, huge thank-you to everyone who subscribed to, commented on and read my blog last year. You guys rock, and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed getting to know you all! WordPress.com created a 2011 annual report for this blog, and since you’ve all been part of it, I wanted to share it… Continue reading Greatest hits of 2011 – thank you, readers!
Romance Writers of New Zealand magazine
The Romance Writers of New Zealand very kindly printed one of my blog posts in the June issue of their members’ magazine Heart to Heart! Even more kindly, they’ve said I could make the pdf available here so people can read it. My entry is on what novelists should do when writing for the web,… Continue reading Romance Writers of New Zealand magazine
Does it matter what an author looks like?
Have you ever scheduled a professional photography session, then woken up five minutes beforehand, not taking time to wash, brush your hair or gather enough energy to smile? Neither have I—at least, not since a hot guy I liked looked at my college ID photo and said, “Ugh! Looks like you just woke up from… Continue reading Does it matter what an author looks like?