It’s a question that pops up frequently in online writers’ groups and at conferences: Scrivener or Word? If you’re curious, I help weigh in with my reasons for using Scrivener, and how I recommend new users approach it, at Sass Green’s website. Check it out!
The Romancing the Runoff auction starts today! A group of authors led by Courtney Milan, Alyssa Cole, and Kit Rocha have donated some amazing items to support Fair Fight and other voting rights organizations for the Senate runoff race in Georgia. My donation of a 1-hour Scrivener training session is probably only of interest to
If you’re prepping for National Novel Writing Month, or just want some ideas for how to write faster with Scrivener, check out my post at WriterUnboxed.com today! I’m talking about the best features for getting the words down and answering questions. I hope you’ll stop by.
Blind Trust is finally here! Sexy redhead Todd Brennan is on the hunt for a killer in the Montana mountains when he rescues Lindsey Garcia from a pair of deadly kidnappers. The bad guys, some bad weather, and a single sleeping bag conspire to keep them together long enough to fall in love. Now they
Blind Trust releases in two weeks, and I thought you might enjoy a sneak peek at the first scene. CHAPTER ONE The trip to Montana was supposed to be a celebration. Instead it had become a nightmare. Lindsey Garcia’s pursuers were so close she imagined she could feel their hot breath on the back of
Blind Trust releases October 26th—available now for preorder at Amazon, and at other retailers next week—and I can finally share the cover with you. An ice-cold mountain. A deadly enemy. A scorching-hot desire they can’t ignore. After escaping from kidnappers in the Montana wilderness, Lindsey Garcia is her best friend’s only hope for rescue. But
I published the first book in the Men of Steele series, Blind Fury, more than six years ago, and originally drafted it almost 10 years ago. (Holy cow, where does the time go?) It’s safe to say my writing has changed a little—hopefully for the better—since then. So, while waiting for editorial feedback on Blind