Making Lists by Nancy Holder
Hi, Fellow Dreamers! I can’t wait to see you all!
Like Patricia Rice, I, too, have been attending writers’ conferences for over thirty years. To be honest, I was incredibly shy at first, and even though I have become more extroverted through sheer force of will and some early friendships, I was a bit overwhelmed by all the … (click to keep reading)
Changes in Publishing by Patricia Rice
I’ve been attending writers’ conferences for over thirty years. Over those years, my reasons for attending may have changed, but I have never walked away from one without having made a new friend and learned some valuable lessons. In the lonely occupation of writing, friends are everything, probably more important than the lessons learned.
It was … (click to keep reading)
Genre Options by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
Do Vampires Give Christmas Gifts?
Hello California Dreamers…. I hope, like me, you can’t wait for the conference next year. Yeah. By then, I’ll be even more of a genre chameleon than I am now, and you can ask me which side I’m on, because those sides just got more complex. *insert happy face*
Here’s the thing about this career of mine: I started out writing young adult fantasy. Then, on a dare from a … (click to keep reading)
Self-Publishing by Debra Holland
Our guest blogger for this week is Debra Holland, sharing her journey to success. Debra’s latest book, Mail-Order Brides of the West: Darcy, is available today!
Self-Publishing: From Inspiration to Completion
Somewhere around 2009, discouraged by years of publisher rejections, I gave up writing fiction. In spite of three Golden Heart finals (one win) and … (click to keep reading)