We're back again. Hope everyone had a restful weekend. If any readers are also from Georgia and soccer fans, I'm sure you're still riding the MLS win. I myself am NOT a sports person, but my sister and her boyfriend are season ticket holders.
It's December y'all! Final month of 2018!!! Can't believe it's coming to an end. This month is a normally a time of self-reflection. Looking back on what I accomplished and looking forward to how I can do better next year.
Happy Monday and happy early Thanksgiving if you celebrate. This is a big week for me. When I put out Fiendish, I thought it would be a one off. Then came Not Broken, even though it was three years later.
Howdy all. It's that time again. The start of a new week, and a new song to share. Last week I got two big-ish pieces of information surrounding the novels I have with publishers. This week's selection reflections one of those.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!! I know, I seem to be developing a strange habit of having something going on during a holiday. Though I think after my release of The Lists, I'm cutting back on that. It's added stress to an already stressful situation.
Another week has kicked off. Hope you all had a wonderful weekend. My boys were out for a 'fall break' something they've never had before. There's been a lot going on writing wise. I now have two offers on two different stories.
Happy October. The month that for some is the ‘official’ start of fall. Welcome back to a new IWSG blog post. Last month I talked about the woes involved in self-publishing. I also have posted about my time in queryland .
It's Monday again. And boy am I tired. For my 'day' job (though it really happens at night, so writing is my day job?) I work at concert venues. The company also hosts on of Georgia's largest music festivals, Music Midtown.
Happy September folks. With Labor Day upon us, this marks the 'official' end of summer. At least for some. It's still hot as Hades to me so, really the official end comes when the temperatures start to drop.
It’s been a while since I’ve done an ARC review. I met Gemma at the RWA(Romance Writers of America) conference in Denver this past July. Before that we’d ‘met’ online thanks to the #MFRWauthor blog hop. When she mentioned she had a new book coming out I offered to read for her because I hadn’t had a chance to read her work. Let’s get on to the review.
It's Monday again folks. Seems to happen every week. LOL This Monday is back to school Monday for my kids though. It's been a long summer. Not overly productive for me, but lots of quality time spent with my boys.
It's Monday! And yes, I know it's been a while since I've done a Music Monday post. Why? Well, because I have been trying to do songs that come up when I'm writing and I've not been doing a lot of that lately. But, this week I'm back.
It's day 4. RWA is nearing it's end. :( While I do miss my kiddies and sleeping in my own bed, it will be a little sad when it's over. But that's a post for another day! Today we talk about my latest adventures.
It's day 2 at the conference and it was SWAG day! There is the 'Goody Room' where authors, editors and others can drop off freebies that gives you the opportunity for free stuff and them the opportunity to put their name in front of people.
Hello and greetings from Denver. I am excitedly attending my first ever writer's conference. RWA (Romance Writers of America) hosts an annual gathering and a few of my wonderful CPs all planned to come and enjoy and get to meet each other in person finally!
Hello and happy July! Man it's July already. This is my kids' last month of summer as they start early August. This year is really flying by. New month, means a new post for the IWSG monthly blog hop .
Hello and happy Friday. It's been a few weeks since I've participated in the #MFRWauthor blog hop. I've been battling the writer blahs and that hasn't really put me in the mood to do much of anything writing related. I'm still battling, but I can't wallow forever.
It’s been a little while since I’ve done a ‘formal’ book review on my blog. Today’s review is part of a release day celebration. If you’ve been around my blog in the last couple of months you’ve seen me talk about this book before. For a refresher, you can check HERE and HERE . Faster, the debut novel for Deana Birch released today. Check out what I have to say about it, then head over to your favorite retailer and grab your own copy.
Hello and happy Friday. Yes, I know it's the same graphic from last week, but there's a reason for that. Last time we talked about the best gift I've ever GOTTEN. Today we're talking about the best gift I've ever GIVEN. So see, the graphic works.
Welp summer has officially started in the James' household. We have a busy summer ahead of us, but should be good. Keep the kids busy and not on the gaming systems too much. But enough about me, let's get to why you're here. This week's #MFRWauthor blog topic is talking about the best give I've ever gotten.
The end of school is upon me and being a room mom for both boys and part of the PTA has kept me busy. Plus I've hit the wall of doubt and burn out so took/taking some time off. I skipped last week's post as part of that time off, but decided to jump back in this week.
It's the first Friday of May, and it's time for another #MFRWauthor blog post. Week 18, and when I looked at the topic, I thought about skipping this week. Character and/or setting profiles...say what now?
Oh boy, it's May already! In just a few short weeks my boys will be out of school for summer. Not sure I'm ready, but don't have much choice. Mom life struggles aside, new month means new #IWSG blog post.
Welcome to the last Friday of April. This year is zooming by. But being Friday that means it's time for another #MFRWauthor blog post. There are many sub-categories under the romance umbrella and this week's topic we are discussing which is our personal favorite to read and write.
Happy Monday (if there is such a thing). I hope you all had a wonderful weekend. This week's Music Monday is a 'special edition' as I'm helping to celebrate the upcoming release by one of my CPs, Coralie Moss .