ECHOES OF TERROR

MARCH 22, 2017 Today is a special day for me. It’s release day for ECHOES OF TERROR my thriller set in Skagway, Alaska. I’m sure Sergeant Kenneth Cox (who spent over an hour with me in 2007 explaining what the Skagway police department would do if a teenage girl was … Continue reading

Read to Learn

Most writers have heard, “Write what you love to read.” Good advice since writing in the same genre as you read gives you the advantage of learning the standard, accepted form for that genre. When I was writing romances, I read hundreds of romance novels. In fact, when I started … Continue reading

Name Your Genre

You’ve written a book and now it’s time to start thinking about selling it. Whether you send the manuscript off to an agent or an editor or decide to self-publish, you need to indicate the genre. That is, you need to let others know how it would be classified. “Why?” … Continue reading