(This is a short story I wrote for a #BlogWar. My required genre was Western, my required word was Persepolis. I'll be writing a post to explain the history behind my theme word and why I chose to go the route I did for my story in a day or two.) There it was, Persepolis, shining like… Continue reading Persepolis West
Theme: Distance Genre: Romance Distant Longings Touching. Such an underrated thing. Energy passed from one to another. Transcendence of physical into the spiritual. That’s how she felt about him. There was nothing on earth which could change her mind. Everything in her wanted to touch him. The picture on the screen… Continue reading Distant Longings
I appreciate a great deal about Blog Battles, but my favorite part is the battlers themselves. Today we get to learn more about last week's winner, Candice Coates. She tied with another great battler, Andrew S., and I think you'll enjoy both their Prophet stories! So, Candice! I'm pleased as punch you were able to… Continue reading Interview with Candice Coates, Prophet #BlogBattle Winner
I told you on Monday that when the proof copy for The Beauty Thief showed up I'd let you have a sneak peek at the book! It came yesterday evening, but I was so wrapped up in my feelings of shock, seeing my story look so professional and REAL that I couldn't stop ogling it… Continue reading Proof Copy Arrived!
I wrote this part in Captive Hope which called for a pirate sing-along. No really. These pirates enjoy singing. They are masters of the sea shanty, but a ballad will sneak into the repertoire every now and again. So, I left that part of the story empty while deliberating the song I must choose. I thought… Continue reading My Very Own Seafaring Ballad!