It’s been a while since I’ve done a behind the scenes feature for Suzanne. Let me tell you, it’s been busy. There are so many projects and possibilities. I can’t talk about all of them, but here’s a recap on the things I can talk about…
Playboys of Boston Series
Okay, this isn’t the official series title, but this is what I’ve been unofficially calling my books with St. Martin’s Press. The first book, At His Service, will come out in...
Lots going on with Ava behind the scenes. The release of Hollow went well, and now I’m looking forward to the January release of Shattered. I’m also plotting on a third book in the Perfect Little Pieces series, Damaged, and taking notes on a concept for a whole new series!
On the administrative side, I now have a printable book list. It’s short, but I hope to add a lot more books in 2015…just you wait! ;)
The Budget Divas have done it again with this awesome long-distance dating idea. If you can’t be with your significant other because he or she is too far away, then look no further. This virtual tour of Europe is an awesome way to connect with each other when you can’t be together in person.
Budget Living: Awesome Harvest-Time Recipe
Sauteed Zucchini with Mint, Basil, & Pine Nuts
- 1 pound zucchini (or any summer squash), sliced into 1/2-inch rounds - shown mix of yellow & zucchini squash
- 3 tablespoons olive oil, divided
- 3 small cloves garlic
- 10 (or more) mint leaves
- 5 (or more) basil leaves
- 1 heaping tablespoon capers, rinsed
- 2 tablespoons pine nuts or walnuts, lightly toasted
- 1 to 2 teaspoon red wine vinegar or white balsamic or whatever vinegar you have...
Five Fool-Proof Tips to Starting Your Novel
Budget Living: The Writer’s Life
Great advice for those of us staring at the blank page. A lot of writing is overcoming your fear of failure. Just accept that sometimes you will fail, and that’s okay. You have to fail a few times before you can succeed.
Budget Living: Writer’s Life
Been working hard behind the scenes, not only writing, but with getting a lot of outstanding administrative tasks out of the way. The result? I feel like I’ve become a little adhd in my work, lol. There always seems to be something to distract me. So tell me, what helps you stay focused?
Budget Living: Why Reading is Important.
For most authors, writing is a labor of love and not necessarily a major source of income. While you should never, ever cut corners when it comes to the quality of your writing, cutting expenses can make it possible for you to reach more publishing markets. For a more budget-friendly submission process, these thrifty ideas are right on the money!
Budget Writing: Some Great Tips
For those of you sending out submissions…
Such a wonderful video. So creative! I could watch it again and again and thought all of you readers out there might enjoy it, too. ;)
Girls Who Read
Submitted by elrolfoIt’s time to watch this again! Thank youforgottenbonesfor reminding us of this beautiful video