Author Jill Myles offers tips on how to figure out when to end your chapters for maximum reader-interest.
Author Lori Handeland ponders "what's in a name?" and talks about the cinematic inspiration for her titles. And make sure to check out the GIVEAWAY after the blog for a chance to win a signed copy of Chaos Bites!
One of the things I'm often asked about my urban fantasy series, The Phoenix Chronicles, is how I come up with the titles.
RT Reviewer Pat Cooper says of the mystery "What happens in Vegas and all that aside, readers will be glad Olson's willing to relate the antics of tattoo artist Brett Kavanaugh and her pals. Sinful, sexy, witty and eccentric ..."
Historical Author Meredith Duran tells readers "Don’t Call Me Mary Sue: The Nice Girl Makes a Comeback" as she discusses her "nicest" heroine yet - and the word's hidden history.
Tip for time-travelers: if you ever skip back more than two hundred years, don’t tell anyone how nice they are—unless you’re prepared for a fight.
That’s right: “nice” used to be an insult. According to the trusty Oxford English Dictionary, until the early 17th century, “nice” meant, among other things,
The Social Sunday program, new to this year's convention, was an absolute success. Authors, readers and booksellers enjoyed a day long program of events. Here are some of this years highlights:
On Saturday Nancy Berland Public Relations hosted Women's Fiction Day at the convention. The events ranged from interviews, informational panels and social gatherings.