Kindred Spirits

I’m spending today and tomorrow at “Moonlight and Magnolias,” the Georgia Romance Writers annual conference.  I learn so much from the speakers and the other writers, that I can hardly imagine missing it. One of the greatest things about hanging out with these other writers is the camaraderie.  I was talking to another attendee about…

A Writer’s Greatest Joy

I posted Soul Lost on Kindle with a great deal of trepidation.  So few people had actually read what I had written; I was desperately afraid they would find out the truth.  Fantasy is not to everyone’s taste anyway; but what if my friends read it and thought I was a terrible writer?  What if I saw…

Why Romantic Fantasy?

I write fantasy because I need an escape.  The nightly news is so terrible that I have stopped watching.  My life is wonderful, but I am always afraid of something happening to bring my world crashing down. All around me there is pain and disappointment, so much so that I sometimes feel like May in…

Confession is good for the “Soul”

I’ve tried to hide the truth, but my first novel, Soul Lost, just went live on Kindle, so now the truth is out. I–am–a-a-a–romantic. There I said it. I have been trying to avoid it, trying to ignore it, trying to obscure it so that I can get respect from other writers.  I want to be…