Monthly Archives: May 2013
As part of the mission given to me by my editor, Maudeen Wachsmith, I’ve been reading romance novels so that I might better understand how to create sexual tension. To that end, I turned to bestselling author, Teresa Medeiros, and … Continue reading
Some days you’re the windshield. Some days you’re the bug. Last night, I was the bug. Here’s why: “Hi Annette, Thanks so much for letting me take a look at your submission BONE GIRL. I love a good horse story, so … Continue reading
On Tuesday night, when I sat down with members of my critique group, I secured my goggles and executed a perfect swan dive into a pity pool. Thankfully, my fellow writers grabbed my arms and fished me out. Almost two … Continue reading
Research says that on average, people who own an ebook device read almost double the amount of books in a year than people who don’t own one. – Meghan Somers
Mark Coker, the founder of Smashwords, spoke May 2 at the annual Romantic Times Booklovers convention in Kansas City. He presented the results of a survey that studied the e-book market and he made this prediction: “I predict that within … Continue reading
This photo was taken in 1993. Megan will graduate from the University of Washington next month.