If you read romance, than like me, you are a sucker for the HEA. In this blog, I am going to list some of the LEAST and MOST satisfying endings I’ve ever watched or read. Take note that as I’m discussing ENDINGS… I may or may not be spoiling the story for you. LEAST: Cloud Nine by Luanne Rice. The character is fighting a terminal disease. You think she beats it. She deals with the ups and downs of how it affected her life and actually manages to fall into epic love with a sup
POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT! For Hell Hath No Fury… Necessary evils one must co-exist with as a writer. Except that, sometimes, it’s during those excruciating rewrites and edits, that characters and plots gain the dimension and depth that cause them to be intriguing to the reader. While executing what was supposed to be the last edit on HELL HATH NO FURY, I thought something was missing from the Snake incident… like. I mean, why an adder? I don’t know a great deal about snakes, b
Hell Hath No Fury is the first of my books to be published and so I wanted to share a bit of the process with my FACEBOOK family, friends and readers! Aside from receiving an offer from a publisher, one of the most exciting steps in the publishing process is designing the cover! Lucky me! I got to work with amazing graphic/cover artist, Jena Brignola - you may not realize it, but her artwork can be found on books everywhere. She was sweet and fun and sooooo easy to work with!
I remember when I was a teenager, reading Harlequin Romances. I loved them and yet, I was always left feeling oddly dissatisfied. The heroines seemed powerless and the heroes lacked emotion. Authors seemed to thrive on writing heroes who were arrogant, strong, and silent. When they weren't being silent, they were throwing accusations at the poor heroine, or insults... Amazing I loved romance so much back then. When I went away to college, I didn't read much anymore... too bu