Fifty Shades of Butt Glue? Read on to learn more about Carol Megge’s experience with the infamous Butt Glue Challenge during the month of March. You’re in for a wild ride!
Dylan married her high-school sweetheart and they are busy living out their own happily ever after in sunny Florida with their two incredible daughters and a snoring Shiz-Tsu.
Dylan can be found online at: DylanNewton.com
The holiday season is upon us. Our Christmas Elf on the Shelf just visited, so my youngest daughter is especially careful of her conduct, and with NaNoWriMo finished, I can finally take a breath to enjoy it all and reflect back on our busy year in Sunshine State Romance Authors. And as I look back, […]
Michele Fowler’s month with Butt Glue was filled with new experiences, both good and bad, but all to help make her a better writer. Read on and don’t be afraid to accept the Butt Glue Challenge. It can change your life!
Loretta Rogers explains why every writer must identify a ‘specific’ genre for our novel. Knowing your genre helps make the connection between story and reader, and helps you to find the right audience who will love your book. If you can’t answer the question, ‘what are you writing?’, then today’s tidbit is for you!
Anyone who has suffered a melted motherboard or fused hard drive from lightning knows the possibility of retrieving files is either next to impossible or extremely expensive. Be safe. Be prepared. Create a burn folder and a cloud account. Don’t know how? Loretta Rogers has the answer. Read on…!
Find that sweet spot that we writers strive for, a zone where the real world dissolves and nothing exists but the characters and the story. In this week’s Boogie Writes, Jennifer Taylor has some ideas on how to find our own “Private Idaho”.
Michael Ditchfield provides his thoughts and suggestions for eliminating writers block and reviving your muse.
Be careful of ending your chapters with a “cliffhanger”. Romance reader’s want that happily-ever-after ending (HEA), and an abrupt ending without closure may prevent the reader from the realizing the bliss of the HEA.
Choosing the right words to describe the setting, set the mood, or define the characters is crucial. Make every word count. Your writing will be stronger if you do.
Everybody loves a superhero, and it’s not always Superman or Batman. The Rubberbandman qualifies as a special super hero, and Jennifer Taylor is wishing her Rubberbandman a very happy Anniversary.