Writing Tips

The Myths of Working from Home by Liana Brooks

The Myths of Working from Home by Liana Brooksby Guest Blogger

If I had a dollar for every time someone said, “It must be so nice to do nothing all day and just sit at home!” I could actually sit home all day doing nothing. America’s office culture makes most social interactions for a writer weird. Them: “So, where do you work?” Me: “I work at […]

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An Author By Any Other Name by Raven ShadowHawk

An Author By Any Other Name by Raven ShadowHawkby Guest Blogger

Hi folks, my name is Raven ShadowHawk, thanks for having me here today. I want to talk about pen names and how (I feel) they can (and should) be used. First off, I suppose I should mention that Raven ShadowHawk is a pen name. Ha, so this topic is close to my heart. I should […]

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What I Look for in a Publisher

What I Look for in a Publisherby Guest Blogger

Hi, I’m Pippa Jay, author of scifi and the supernatural with a romantic soul. Die-hard Whovian, Scaper, and Sith-in-training, and mum to three redhaired little monsters. I’ve not been published three years yet, but I’ve learnt a lot in that time – some of it the hard way, lol. One thing I have is a […]

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Writing That Sequel

Writing That Sequelby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Dawn Brower, author of A Crystal Angel Over the summer my plan was to write my second cowgirl book. I started writing the series intending it to be three books. Looking back it seemed like such a good idea. Now? Well I’m thinking I’m never committing to such a thing again. Why? […]

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The Business Of Spinning Sexy Stories – A Slightly Different Take On The Traditional Start-Up

The Business Of Spinning Sexy Stories – A Slightly Different Take On The Traditional Start-Upby Guest Blogger

My name is Kristen Luciani, a self-proclaimed fashionista and momtrepreneur of three. As a deep-rooted romantic who prefers juicy drama to fill the lives of anyone other than me, I created a fictional world of enchantment, sensuality and intrigue and finally uncovered my true passion…and a brand-new venture. The unknown is daunting and fraught with […]

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Author Secrets: What Makes Us Want to Read a Romance?

Author Secrets: What Makes Us Want to Read a Romance?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Erin Moore, author of Awakened by the Minotaur Marketing people speak a lot about “conversion” – the point when a shopper turns from a browser into a buyer. For novels in general, and romance particularly, a lot of that conversion happens when we see the cover of a book. But what, specifically, are […]

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Writing Sensuality into a Story

Writing Sensuality into a Storyby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Mary Sullivan, author of No Ordinary Home I’m so happy to be here! Thank you loveromancepassion for having me. I want to talk today about raising the sensual stakes in a novel without littering the book with endless love scenes. To my mind, it’s important to have the characters yearn for each […]

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Why Listening is Important

Why Listening is Importantby Guest Blogger

Guest post by L.M. Brown, author of Touch of a Ghost First of all, thank you for having me here today.  I’m L.M. Brown, a writer of MM and MMM romance novels, often with a paranormal twist. I believe that there is nothing hotter and sweeter than two men in love with each other… unless […]

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