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My Greatest Strength in Writing is Also My Weakness

Welcome back to this week’s post for Marketing for Romance Writers (#MFRW) 52-Week Blog Challenge! The topic is one I’ve dreaded in every interview for most of my lifetime, “What’s Your Greatest Strength?” Groans. Because I always knew what question was coming next, “What’s Your Greatest Weakness.”

So, not to disappoint, you might realize what the topic is next week… Continue reading

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My Writing Process & Other Methods of Frantic Procrastination

This week’s blog prompt for #MFRW is entitled Plot Away—my writing process. Right away I knew that just wasn’t going to do for me, because I had a problem with one of the words. Plot. If you’ve been around my ‘cyber home’ you’ve heard me say repeatedly about how I’m a ‘panster’ when it comes to writing. (Loosely defined as a writer who writes by the seat of their pants). This makes it hard to explain my writing process; it’s kind of a secret. Even to me.
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How I Hatch My Books From a Sentence & A Title #MRFW

Welcome to week 8 of the #MFRW 52- Week Blog Challenge! This week’s topic is how I choose a Book Title.

The truth is, most times I don’t choose my book title. The title chooses me. Continue reading

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