How to Build Your Author Email List

And Why I Deleted 3,200 Subscribers Marketing is one of the biggest headaches most authors face. Whether you’re published through a publisher or indie pubbed, getting the word out about your books to readers can be time-consuming, frustrating and expensive. Often what works for one author, doesn’t for another. One of the best ways to … Read more

Writing in Multiple Subgenres, Is it a Bad Career Choice? by @KathyKulig

  It’s not unusual for romance writers to write several types (sub-genres) of romance—historical, paranormal, contemporary, erotica, sci-fi, futuristic, romantic suspense, YA, steampunk, etc. Is it a bad career choice? And some manage to combine two or more of the above called mashups. I’ve written in paranormal, sci-fi, futuristic with steampunk elements, and paranormal/shapeshifters, contemporary, … Read more

Things You Don’t Ask Your Bartender/ #Erotic Writer #Writerslife

Some of my readers may know I work part time as a bartender. I’ve never mentioned that I write erotica/erotic romance to the patrons or co-workers at the bar. But after a search on social media, (one of my co-workers friended me on Facebook) the secret is out. Word spreads, and now a number of … Read more

Political Sex Scandals – Fantasy, Fact or Fabricated #sexscandal

Sex scandals routinely pop up in the news, especially the tabloid news, concerning celebrities and political officials. From Bill Clinton’s encounter with Monica Lewinsky, Kim Kardashian’s naughty home movies, Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee on their boat, Paris Hilton in night vision, etc… Just check out the latest tabloid magazine and someone is doing naughty sexting, … Read more