Writing

SNEAK PEEK: Pink Panties

I rolled into 2019 with Pitch Wars on the brain and gearing up for my first time in the Smut Marathon. It seems like I’m always writing or editing lately so when I can celebrate a finished published piece, I definitely want to give my readers a glimpse. In addition to my inclusion in Volume… Read More SNEAK PEEK: Pink Panties

Writing

The New Year Ahead: 99 Cent E-Book Sale + 2018 Writing Goals

We made it, y’all! 2017 is officially coming to a close! My gift to you for surviving? Grab my e-books for 99 pennies each!  That’s right – now until Jan. 1, 2018, you can grab any of my nine steamy reads for 99 cents. Tell a friend! (Already read all of my naughty words? Please… Read More The New Year Ahead: 99 Cent E-Book Sale + 2018 Writing Goals

NaNoWriMo, Writing

The NaNoWriMo Diaries: Crafting The Sequel

National Novel Writing Month. Better yet, the month before National Novel Writing Month.  NaNoPrep almost feels like you’re gearing up all October long to go on a hike – a mental, creative hike. But, for a notorious planner like me, the prep is required.  NaNo is a 30-day journey to a 50,000-word goal. 1,667 words… Read More The NaNoWriMo Diaries: Crafting The Sequel

Writing

GUEST POST: The Wacky Way I Generate Book Ideas

Today’s guest on the blog is Crimson Romance-backed scribe, Jillian David.  An author of over a dozen romances, Jillian is also a physician who has a loving hubby, adorable cats, and an addiction to hiking. Yet, she’s found time to bang out a slew of naughty novels, with genres ranging from paranormal to cowboy. Read… Read More GUEST POST: The Wacky Way I Generate Book Ideas

Thirty On Tap, Writing

Why Having a “Work in Progress” Isn’t a Bad Thing

Writers often have a love/hate relationship with finishing a manuscript. On one hand, there’s nothing quite like the sweet relief that comes with writing ‘The End’ when finishing a work in progress (or WIP). I recently had this gratifying experience with the first draft of my upcoming novel, The Follow. Over sixty-six thousand words of… Read More Why Having a “Work in Progress” Isn’t a Bad Thing