I’m at Chicks in the Kitchen today, discussing cultural differences, mothers-in-law and possibly mid-life crises. Stop by and indulge your sweet tooth.
Archive for May, 2011
This is the second link in the story chain. The first chapter is at AmyBeth Inverness’s blog here.
Read from the POV of Cora, a 20 year old debutante, the daughter of the Duke of Burlington, in 1800’s England. After three seasons in the whirlwind on London’s haut ton without a single offer of marriage, your father has other plans to get you off his hands.
The study door opens to reveal your father, imposing as ever, hovering behind his desk. His fingers drum in a familiar rhythm on the polished wood. You know this can mean only one thing. He is not happy, and, like any of the high-born—and in the past few Seasons, you’ve become well acquainted with their vagaries—he intends to see the situation righted.
Now, if not yesterday. (more…)
No, I’m not going to post a video of REM’s “It’s the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine),” even though it’s a great song. Not only that, it takes me back to my university days when REM was still alternative.
So let me give you something more obscure: (more…)
If you’re above a certain age, or into 70s music, sorry for the ear worm…
How long have you been writing?
Many authors respond to this question with “all my life.” (more…)
Danielle Monsch interviewed me for her Romantically Speaking podcast this evening. We talk about how a couple of former fanfic authors went on to fantastic degrees of success, one as a GH finalist and the other as an e-pubbed author.