For overwriters, word count goals can be very good and they can be very bad.
The themes and lessons so to speak, that show up in my books are more a reflection of my own deep and fundamental values, things that I feel are important, beliefs that I have that I need my characters to share.
Having just completed the third book in my menage romance series, I have to say – menage books are a ton of fun to write.
I got to sit down with Ellie St. Clair to talk writing, gambling, and her new release, He's a Duke, But I Love Him!
These characters are the lens through which a tale is told, and who they are–and how well the author knows them– directly influences that story. You’d be hard pressed to find a writer who didn’t understand the importance of heroes and heroines. The same can’t always be said of the villains, however.
Happy Valentine's Day! There's no better way to celebrate the holiday than to talk books! I got to sit down with Kayelle Allen to talk writing, villains and her new release, Bringer of Chaos: Forged in Fire!
For anyone who has read the six-word story by Hemingway, “For sale: baby shoes, never worn,” you’ll know an awful lot can be said with an awful little.