44_My Top Two Tips To Get Through Revisions

My Top Two Tips to Get Through Revisions

After months of getting rejections for my novella, this past week, I got a revise and resubmit. I was just about to begin revisions on my seventh book, and this – though good news – meant that I’d have to revise my novella as well. I was feeling overwhelmed. Anxious. Because no matter how many Read More

43_Two Ways to Get Over Writing a Terrible Book

Two Ways to Get Over Writing a Terrible Book

So, you’ve spent a significant portion of your life writing a book. You’ve edited it. Proofread it. You’ve built up the courage to send it to publishers. And then you waited. Months went by, and as they did, the rejections piled up. You set the project – and the hope you had for it – Read More

42_Why My Royal Duet Is So Important To Me

Why My Royal Duet Is So Important To Me

Last week, I shared an excerpt from my upcoming release, United by Their Royal Baby. Despite what I said on Twitter, I don’t have any prophetic powers. I had no idea how relevant my royal duet, Conveniently Wed, Royally Bound, would be in light of the recent royal news. In United by Their Royal Baby, Read More

40_Three Reasons I’m Passionate About Supporting Debut Authors

Three Reasons I’m Passionate About Supporting Debut Authors

The year was 2017. Debut author Therese Beharrie releases her first book into the wild… Of course I’m joking with this. I’m not going to be referring to myself in the third person in this post. It was only meant to show you how incredibly dramatic I can be. Because it does not feel like Read More

Not every opportunity is for you

Not Every Opportunity is For You

The inspiration for this blog post came in the form of a Hallmark submission call. I was minding my own business on Twitter (as one does on Twitter *cough*), when I saw someone tweet that Hallmark was going to start publishing books. I get really excited when I see new publishers and lines starting. Generally, Read More