In honor of all of you folks who couldn’t attend RT16 in Vegas this year, to show my love, the Royals Of Solana series is on sale for only $0.99 each, for a limited time! So don’t wait. Get your copies now, before it goes back to full price. I’m having a blast here with … More RT16 Sale! Royalty Never Looked So Sweet
I know a lot of avid readers out there (myself included) that would hurdle over a semi-truck for this chance to read a bunch of great books like this! North Texas RWA is holding a new contest for published books, called the Carolyn Reader’s Choice Awards. Judges will read various Advanced Reader Copies of novels … More Great Opportunity to Read Free Books!
Putting on my reader scarf for this post. Just forewarning. Deceiving a reader is good in suspense or mystery novels. Not with reprints. I ran across a few books this month that looked intriguing. Beautiful covers (yep, I fell for it), an author I hadn’t read before and I was excited when I sat down … More Deceiving the Reader is Bad
Many avid book readers claim that novels are far better than the movies created in their wake. I’ll admit, they’re right. 99.999% of the time. I’ve found very few movies that did the books justice, let alone were better. Particularly any of the classics. Pride and Prejudice, Ulysses, Jane Eyre. (no, the Twilight series is not considered … More Books vs Movies: The Complementary Battle
I think everyone will agree when you’re reading a novel, any genre, if the hero is too perfect- or seemingly flawless- it’s boring. People like to have main characters with flaws. Sometimes even bad streaks. It’s the same thing with writers. When you’re writing a character that seems too nice or perfect, it’s boring. I … More Mr. Perfect or Bad Boy Hero