My pen name is Roxanna Haley, and I have published two books in a series. They are available at these links:
Several years ago, I was talking to a writer friend on-line about ways to grow an audience. I thought maybe an anthology of sorts would work well. The friend disagreed and said to just write good books and get them out. Have a bunch of titles and soon you will have the fans you need. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are like me, you have encountered the word “balance” many times over. You eat a balanced meal, you balance your time between work and personal life, and you balance your checkbook when you absolutely have to. Read the rest of this entry »
Oppressed people always touch my heart and soul. Maybe in a past life I suffered through slavery or resettlement or pogroms. Maybe my belief that what happens to any one person on the planet happens to all of us sways my feelings. But for whatever reason, I carry it as a burden. Read the rest of this entry »
I’m reading books these days by folks who need a better editor. Not naming names, because obviously, the lack of editing doesn’t bother many people. I totally have issues with lack of commas or commas where not needed, wrong tense, and head hopping. I can see it clearly in the books I read. But when I read my own work, the blinders come out.
Heather Graham, Nalini Singh, and Rebecca Zanetti. Speaking at the 2016 RWA National Convention on Paranormal specifically and Romance in general. This is the last of three blogs sharing my notes from that wonderful chat session. Read the rest of this entry »
On the second Sunday of each month, I have the pleasure of introducing a new author of my acquaintance to my readers. My guest this month is Lynn Miller, author of paranormal romances. Read the rest of this entry »
Last Thursday, I left you all hanging with the promise of more from my notes on Paranormal Chat from the 2016 RWA National Convention. The speakers were Heather Graham, Nalini Singh, and Rebecca Zanetti. Sadly, my notes aren’t clear on who said what most of the time. But let’s just jump in, shall we? Read the rest of this entry »