Category Archives: Craft

Back in the (Writing) Saddle by Stacy Hoff

  I love writing. But geez, writing is hard! Despite the fact I had a new release come out this past February (DESIRE IN THE ARCTIC), I am already working on another novel. Unfortunately, my draft is progressing at the … Continue reading

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What Outlander Taught Me About Heroes: Compassion by Jenna Jaxon

Surprisingly, I wouldn’t have thought compassion ranked very high on the list of traits for a hero, even though it ranks high on my own personal list. Apparently it’s a very popular trait with other readers as well. Compassion is … Continue reading

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What Outlander Has Taught Me About Heroes: Intelligence by Jenna Jaxon

Two weeks ago I started this series about heroes and how the Outlander series has taught me a lot about how we measure heroes and heroism. I came up with four major characteristics for heroes: strength, intelligence, compassion, and passion. Today … Continue reading

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What Outlander Has Taught Me About Heroes: Strength by Jenna Jaxon

Last week I started this series about heroes and how the Outlander series has taught me a lot about how we measure heroes and heroism. I came up with four major characteristics for heroes: strength, intelligence, compassion, and passion. Today … Continue reading

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Trends: The Strong Heroine by Jenna Jaxon

  Last week I initiated a new series of posts on my blog, called Book of the Month, in which I’ll choose one of my books to spotlight each Friday during the month. I started with my Georgian/Regency Only Marriage … Continue reading

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Book Market Maven Launch by Jenna Jaxon

There’s a new blog in town that may be of great interest to writers especially, but to readers as well who want to keep abreast of what’s going on currently in the book world. The blog is called Book Market … Continue reading

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Location, location, location by Stacy Hoff

    The old adage in real estate is well known: the best way to select property is by considering three things – location, location, location. Does this principle hold true for writers? In order to find the perfect location … Continue reading

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