Archives for the month of: March, 2016

Do you know where you are? Do you know how to get to the nearest store for shoes? How about the best deal for fresh produce? I’ve lived in Southern California all of my life and in my current city for 20 some years. I know which roads will work well for travel at certain times of the day. Read the rest of this entry »

Okay, okay. I admit to being a huge Deadpool nerd. I am newly converted, not one of those lucky souls who read the comics way back when. But nonetheless, I love the character. Really. And his Maximum Effort mantra feels right at home as I stay on the path of healthy eating and activities. Read the rest of this entry »

In the last month or so, I have watched some films and read some books that have been a lot of fun. Yet no one has told me just how good these things were. That’s a shock, as I have many friends who like to tell me about movies and books. I feel as if they are keeping secrets from me. Read the rest of this entry »

I love workshops at conventions! From the many science fiction conventions I have attended to my first writers convention a year ago, I can’t believe all the information out there, all shared by wonderful, successful authors. Read the rest of this entry »

There’s no where on earth I want to go more than to Ireland. If I had to choose between Ireland and Mars, well, that would be a tough call. But that’s totally unlikely to happen, so Ireland it is. And Romance there is as soft and sweet as the rain and the air. Read the rest of this entry »

A writer never stops learning, either in reading books on the craft or taking workshops or gathering with other writers. During the last weekend in February I had the wonderful experience of going to a science fiction con, ConDor, and taking workshops that were attended by other writers and led by other writers. I had a really wonderful time. And I am going to share some key points with you. Read the rest of this entry »

Early in my life, I discovered Fantasy in movies and books. If memory serves, my first exposure was through the animated Disney movie, The Sword and The Stone. That was closely followed by Alakazam the Great, another animated movie from Japan, involving a monkey king who learns an important lesson about life. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alakazam_the_Great Read the rest of this entry »

Names for characters, places, titles, dogs, horses, and butlers are all fun to create. But once the name is in place, what can be done? And did Lizzie ever call her husband FitzBilly? Yeah, too silly, I quite agree. Read the rest of this entry »

What if is a great way to build your plot in the outline days and a good way to see where you can throw more rocks and bricks at your characters. I had the interesting idea to play that with my own life. You can do it, too! Read the rest of this entry »

A Novel Approach

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Elizabeth Giambrone

Humble blog of a steamy romance writer.

The Bowman's Inn

Remarkable romances and unforgettable couples. An anthology revolving around Cupid and Psyche, and beyond.

Francisco Cordoba Author

Me and My Writing

Jane Austen Sequels Weblog

A Jane Austen blog by Jane Odiwe, author of Jane Austen Lives Again,Project Darcy, Searching for Captain Wentworth, Mr. Darcy's Secret, Willoughby's Return, Lydia Bennet's Story, Mrs Darcy's Diamonds, Mr Darcy's Christmas Calendar...

A.M.Bradley

The Forgotten Writer

Only One More Page

"Of all the comforting objects in this world, few things are as reassuring and accepting as books. Books keep and reciprocate our secrets, dreams, regrets, and hopes better than any friend in the world." - Drea Damara (The Weeping Books of Blinney Lane)

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documenting my writing misadventures...

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It began with a drum. Then the monsters came. I've been hiding ever since.

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