Archives for posts with tag: humor

Disclaimer: I love Milli Gilbert as a friend, a writer, an adviser, and a truly entertaining individual. We share similar interests in shifters and Tom Hiddleston and she has shown me the delight in cowboys. It is my pleasure to present an interview with this talented lady. Read the rest of this entry »

You possibly recognize that title as a song by Leslie and the Ly’s  about zombies. It’s on a playlist in the car so I hear it a few times a week. For the last few days, that song has been an earworm but luckily one I enjoy. Then it hit me. Read the rest of this entry »

Because I like a lot of pages on Facebook that have to do with Reading Romances and Writing Romances, my advertisements reflect that preference. I see so many premises, what you might call tropes, that I thought someone should make an attempt to help out the women in these predicaments. So here goes. Read the rest of this entry »

Every once in a while, someone pops into a group and makes everything sparkle with fun and laughter. Francisco Cordoba is a gifted writer with imagination to spare, and he also takes time out from a busy life and career to tease and encourage other writers in the Scribophile groups. Read the rest of this entry »

Regency England is a challenging historical era in which to set erotic Romance. The rules are strict and the least error on the part of a young lady can ruin her life. The men were held to be unable to control their lusts, so no blame on them. Being female came with so many rules and ways to end badly. Read the rest of this entry »

I not only know lots of authors, I have the pleasure of introducing new writers to the world at large. The talent and determination of these folks make me smile and helps me stay on the write path. (Ha! I crack me up.) 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 »

Laugh and the world laughs with you. Try it. I have humor senses that tell me when a conversation I haven’t heard all of is going on and I laugh and smile at the people talking. But really, why not? We all laugh from infancy on. In any language. Even apes laugh but in their own way. Read the rest of this entry »

Midnight in the city that sleeps, mostly at night. I sat at my desk in my office, looking over the fingerprints that I picked up that day. They perfectly matched the prints on file for Cody the Crook. Too bad Cody had a perfect alibi, sitting up with his sick mother all weekend. Hard to imagine a lug like him being that tender-hearted. Read the rest of this entry »

I read a lot of eboks and love the fact I can carry so many around with me. But now then a word is left out in a sentence and no one noticed it before the book was punished. Maybe the wrong word slipped in unnotice. So today I want to talk around claire. Ity. 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...

Louise Redmann

Escape your world...

Writings By Ender

The Writer's Adventure

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