Archives for the month of: October, 2016

Tomorrow, when you wake up, you will be in a new world where you may eat anything you want. Anything. Want ice cream for breakfast? Go for it. Crave chocolate cake for lunch? It’s yours. Steak and eggs three times a day? I won’t say no. Honestly, anything you want, you can have it.


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As we are heading into the wonderful time of the year when the barriers between the worlds of living and dead are thin, let us look at how some people bid us adieu. Some of these you may have heard before and some could be new and inspiring. I’ve borrowed heavily from two websites. My own words are in italics. Read the rest of this entry »

On Thursday, I shared tips and tools that I learned from my fellow Romance Writers of America member, Rick Ochocki. I have been so excited to get these options set up for myself and create a more efficient day. Being more productive is high on my life goals. Read the rest of this entry »

Authors struggle daily and on-going to live a full life and to find the time to write. I have sat in on several workshops covering ways to solve this puzzle. Lucky for me, I never think I have it right. I keep sitting in on more and more lectures. That’s why I zipped down to the early meeting where author Rick Ochocki explained how he does it. Plan and Manage Your Writing Time. Read the rest of this entry »

Many writers struggle with find the perfect name for their characters. I currently have, I believe, two female main characters with the same first name. Oh well, neither story is going to be published before I get a chance to work on it. Read the rest of this entry »

Over the years, most of my best friends have come from the group known as writers. A large portion of those is Romance Writers. I admire and support these people, not just because a few admire and support me, but because they are funny, creative, emotional, and never stop learning. The more well known the author, the more they also never stop sharing. Read the rest of this entry »

Every month I chat with an up and coming writer, to share ideas with him or her, and to chat about the writing process. This month, Bren Kyveli took the time to answer a few questions.


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While I was buying the rest of the serieses (what’s the plural of series? Two series?) that I discovered through an on-line workshop, I found that the title Winter’s Heat had been used a few times. That’s cool. As long as you know which author you are looking for. The other book was a shifter M/M about the pack Alpha and a pregnant Omega. Read the rest of this entry »

I’m a writer. I’m not a lawyer. I’m not a publicity specialist. I’m not a CEO of a huge company. I spend my day writing, thinking of writing, and occasionally talking about writing on various social media sites. Read the rest of this entry »

A Novel Approach

Welcome to A World of My Making.

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...


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)


Hard case books

Short Tale Shrew

A Flash Fiction Writing Community

So, I'm Writing A Book?

documenting my writing misadventures...

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Escape your world...

Writings By Ender

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The Greenland Diaries

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

Road 2 Healthy Life

Road to Healthy Life