Author Spotlight

Author Spotlight: Bronwyn Green

I can’t remember the last time I had an opportunity to interview a fellow Midwestern writer of the naughty words, but that’s why I love Tha Twittuh. Indie Romancelandia is full of them and Michigan’s own Bronwyn Green is no exception. What I love about this author (besides the fact that she on the corner… Read More Author Spotlight: Bronwyn Green

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Author Spotlight: Eda Mueller

Today’s writer brings a dose of humor and camp to her steamy stories. Also, she’s an actress! I don’t know why that intrigues me, but it feels like it brings a different vibe to her art. Once you check out sexy scribe Eda Mueller‘s interview below, you’ll learn why. Hear about a few of her… Read More Author Spotlight: Eda Mueller


The NaNoWriMo Diaries: Bank Those Words!

1,667 words. One thousand six hundred sixty-seven. According to good old-fashioned long division, that’s your daily requirement to reach the coveted 50K word count goal to win NaNoWriMo over the thirty days in November. In context, it doesn’t sound too bad, amIright? It’s roughly six pages a day.  Challenging, but not impossible. But here’s the… Read More The NaNoWriMo Diaries: Bank Those Words!

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Author Spotlight: Oleander Plume

I love a dirty girl with an even dirtier pen. I am one, so I find myself meeting a few of them here are there – especially on Twitter.  Today’s author (who I met via previous Spotlighter Dr. J) has written some of the naughtiest words I’ve read n a while.  Oleander Plume dropped her… Read More Author Spotlight: Oleander Plume

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Writers, Get Ready: Five Steps Toward NaNoPrep Success

October is here – Halloween, Indigenous People Day, and pumpkin spice everything happens during this month. What rings most important to writers everywhere is one word: NaNoPrep! This month is the time to gear up for NaNoWriMo, which can be both refreshing and excruciating! All writers know about the stressfest NaNo in November tends to… Read More Writers, Get Ready: Five Steps Toward NaNoPrep Success