Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Final Stretch

We are here folks—dipping our foot into the final stretch of the 2017 year. I can barely believe how fast there year has flown and yet I feel like I say that every year. And as I reflect on this … Continue reading

Posted in A writer's life, romance, Toni Kelly | Tagged | Leave a comment

Writing While Sick by Mandy Rosko

It’s that time of year again where a flu shot is almost mandatory, and if not, then you’re probably a sucker like me upset with yourself because you caught it, and now you’re struggling through it between your deadlines and … Continue reading

Posted in romance | Leave a comment

Dark November Nights Paranormal-Scope

After eating turkey for three days, I had to eat fish. Winds are blowing and bringing more than just cold. While I am not qualified in any way to read neither stars nor planets, I am intimately linked to the … Continue reading

Posted in A Vampire for Christmas, Max Vander Meer, Norse, paranormal, paranormal romance, romance, romance novels, Susan Hanniford Crowley, The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais, vampire books, Vampire David Hilliard, Vampire King of New York, Vampire King of New York In Print, Vampire Maximillion Vander Meer, vampires, Viking, Weekly Paranormal-Scope, Yule | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Running Down a Dream By Ripley Proserpina

It’s that day. The day after I finish a book. Finishing a book is magical. I’ve been running a marathon, creating conflicts, solving them, the story reaches a climax and then? Solved.  Everyone kisses and it’s the end. There have … Continue reading

Posted in A writer's life, Finding Honor, Ripley Proserpina, The Searchers, wrath and ruin | Leave a comment

How to Write A Fiction Novel, Part 1

We begin with a pause. That’s my granddaughter Penny decorating the Christmas tree. Why the pause? Because it’s important for writers to live life. Besides you never know when it will show up in a book. Your life, your advertures, … Continue reading

Posted in A Vampire for Christmas, How to Write A Fiction Novel, Max Vander Meer, Norse, paranormal, paranormal romance, Part 1, romance, romance novels, Susan Hanniford Crowley, The Stormy Love Life of Laura Cordelais, vampire books, Vampire David Hilliard, Vampire King of New York, Vampire King of New York In Print, Vampire Maximillion Vander Meer, vampires, Viking, Weekly Paranormal-Scope, Writer Workshops, Writer's Life, writer's inspiration, Writing Advice, Writing Craft, writing life, writing workshop, Yule | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Post-Thanksgiving Bliss by Stacy Hoff

I hope everyone in the United Stated enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving. Time away from work. And time for family, food, and laughter. For me, Thanksgiving is especially wonderful, because it’s right around the time of my birthday. Turkey and presents. What … Continue reading

Posted in holiday greeting, Holiday Posts, Stacy Hoff | Tagged | Leave a comment

Why Give?

I love Thanksgiving! I wish we were all a bit more giving throughout the rest of the year but I’d still take a season or holiday of giving over no giving any day of the week. During this time of … Continue reading

Posted in A writer's life, romance, Toni Kelly | Tagged , | Leave a comment