My friends and I went to the last day of BroadwayCon this year, like we did last year. The convention ran from Friday to Sunday, though we only did the Sunday (mostly because that's when the First Look Broadway show previews were).And this year, it can be considered "research" for my latest writing project!To be … Continue reading BroadwayCon 2018!
For the longest time, the reasons I couldn't make a contemporary story work were several-fold: I read a lot of historical, I was more engaged with historicals, and I often didn't feel like I fit in to contemporary American life. Also, all of my contemporary stories felt like they all eventually turned into weird Mary … Continue reading The Freedom of Writing Contemporary
One of the vital elements for me to develop characters and develop conflict in a story are the relationships between the characters. Romance is all about the relationships between people--and character relationships seem to be the common thread between the stuff I like to read.Usually, an author has more than one character to play with. … Continue reading Character Relationships
Okay. I have a rather unabashed reading habit when it comes to devouring romance novels. Y'all have seen me blog on the topic plenty of times. You've seen romance on my Goodreads reading challenge year after year, particularly historical romance. You may even know that once upon a time, I tried to write romances--first with … Continue reading The Very Basics of the New Project
Misfortune of Vision by Christy Nicholas, Book #4 in The Druid’s Brooch SeriesHistorical fantasy set in 12th century Ireland~ Prophecy can be dangerous ~In 12th century Ireland, Orlagh has been Seer to her king for forty years. He doesn’t want to hear her prophecies of war and destruction, and dismisses her efforts to warn him. … Continue reading Misfortune of Vision by Christy Nicholas