More Favorite Fall Recipes of #RomanceReaders #Contest

Readers sent me some wonderful comfort food, cold weather recipes and I’ll me posting them here on this blog. I may end up posting into November since I had so many good suggestions. Thanks Bina, for this Broccoli Cheddar Cheese soup recipe Easy Broccoli Cheddar Cheese Soup Recipe Ingredients: 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) unsalted butter … Read more

#RomanceReaders Favorite, Yummy Fall Recipes #Contest

Apples, pumpkin, cinnamon and cloves are what I think of when baking during the chilly fall months. Readers from my newsletter must enjoy cooking during these cool months because I’ve received a number of great recipe ideas for this contest. Check out the latest suggestions in this post. Would you like to enter the contest??? … Read more

Tools for #Authors: How to Find Reviewers for Your Books #MFRWAuthor

24 Hour All Access Pass to Author Marketing Club and Their Reviewer Grabber Tool Coming August 30th. Reviews are so important to authors and really do help sell more books. But finding reviewers who are willing to review your book isn’t so easy. Author Marketing Club is offering free access to their premium member service … Read more

Summer Fling Giveaway $100 GC #Raffle #4readers

Summer Fling Giveaway is OPEN!!! Enter HERE    I’m participating in a fabulous contest with my author friends at: https://www.prizesforreaders.com/ Enter for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate from Amazon or Barnes & Noble (your choice,) while voting for best blurb and cover. Super easy one-click entry, no Rafflecopter or anything complicated. Winner will … Read more

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