From the man I like to think of as my writing godfather, Stephen King.
I’m almost at the end of a three-month marathon spent revising a novel. As a palate cleanser, I wrote a short story before I have to move on to revising my novel BEACH GLASS, which will be out next February. I also have to finish reading a friend’s cool murder mystery, another friend’s short story, […]
Maybe it’s the season – the end of one year, the beginning of the next, when people toss out the old and open their arms to the new. Maybe it was the storm, the floodwaters drowning years’ worth of stuff saved but forgotten until it had to be thrown away. Or maybe I’m just getting […]
Book lover? I’m past that; “book junkie” is more accurate. Paper or digital makes no difference. I’ll take my tomes straight up new, borrowed with a twist, in an ARC, second-hand, Kindled, folded, spindled . . . I just want to read. My favorite and most anguish-inducing episode of The Twilight Zone is “Time Enough […]
Every four seconds, a romance novel is sold somewhere in the world. Every four seconds. And they (who are “they” anyway?) say publishing is dead. Romance novels, the people who read them, and the authors who write them are the subject of what looks like a totally delightful documentary called “Guilty Pleasures,” which airs tomorrow […]