By admin, Jul 3 2015 9:13PM
I can’t claim this as my original line. I found it in Writer’s Digest Short-Story theme, but the line is simply too irresistible to not let my demented, dark imagination roam with my own short story…
That’s not all… I also want you to run with it in my Summer Flash Fiction Contest kicking off today. Win $100 with your story of the same theme.
By admin, Jun 30 2015 2:41PM
Celebrate the 4th of July with a quickie!
I’m giving you a head start on my first ever Summer Flash Fiction contest, which will kick off on Friday, July 3rd. I want your best short-short story in 450 words.
I know you have it in you, because the topic is one we all hold near and dear to our hearts. It’s totally irresistible.
“I knew it was a mistake the moment it was over”
This is a cross-genre contest. Romance, mystery, paranormal, thriller, fantasy–you name it. So tell your tale and if it’s the best you’ll win $100 in cold cash. No entry fee!
Don’t miss the official kick-off. Subscribe to my blog right now! (click here) The entry page will go live this Friday.
In the meantime, get to writing!
By admin, Jan 2 2015 5:07PM
By admin, Dec 12 2014 4:34PM
Do you have a friend or family member who just can’t get enough of Paranormal Romance? Here are a few gift ideas that will make her bookworm heart glow with supernatural delight.
If you’re the one who loves to read about vampires, werewolves, and otherworldly lovers, you might want to add some of these unique items to your wish list.
By admin, Nov 25 2014 1:00PM
If you use Twitter, you may have seen the #WeNeedDiverseBooks hashtag. So what is #WeNeedDiverseBooks all about? It’s not just a hashtag for casual use. #WeNeedDiverseBooks is a powerful movement.
We Need Diverse Books is an organization run by authors, agents, and publishing professionals who saw that literature does not accurately portray today’s culturally diverse society. (Meet the WNDB executive committee here.)
Why Are Diverse Books So Important?
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