Jessica Nelson, president of the Sunshine State Romance Authors (SSRA) laments her lost love, The Butt Glue. After a period of remorse, she describes how once again, Butt Glue came back into her life filling her with much needed inspiration. Enjoy!
Agenda posted for the June 24, 2017 Executive Board Meeting, immediately following the General Meeting.
One again, Loretta Rogers provides us with a blog for “Tidbit Thursday” and addresses the old problem of writer’s block. Loretta also shares ideas and ways to overcome this common phenomena. Enjoy!
On this latest Tidbit Thursday blog, Loretta C. Rogers provides insight into the various types of plot definitions, and examples of novels that match those definitions. The examples provide a level of clarity for us to better understand the types of books one might read to gain a better understanding of creating a plot line for a particular story. Every writer struggling to develop a coherent and cohesive plot for their latest novel will find this blog insightful.
Here is the tenth in a series of motivational blogs provided by SSRA member Barbara Cairns. Each blog is an excerpt from “The Writer’s Devotional” and provides inspirational messages for us as writers. Once again, please enjoy!
Through this blog, Ane Ryan Walker shares some “pearls” of wisdom for any author, published or unpublished. You don’t need to be a member of the Sunshine State Romance Authors to appreciate this advice.
Cindy Salo shares her latest experience with the infamous Butt Glue. All joking aside, she relates a successful “butt glue” tale of her writing experience. Read on…!
What to do when you miss your chance with the bottle of Butt Glue monthly challenge at SSRA? You write anyway. This is a recount of Barbara Gardner’s non-experience with Butt Glue.
Do you have trouble balancing your writing life with your personal or business life? This month’s Boogie Writes finds Jennifer Taylor attempting to do just that. Perhaps she has the secret that will help us all find our own writer’s balance. Read on!
Today, Michael Ditchfield gives us his perspective on the use of dialogue tags. Join us as Michael discusses how not to overuse those two pesky words, “said” and “asked”.