You’ll Need This Skill to be a Successful Author

If you’re reading this because you think it’ll give you one answer to being a successful author, I have two things to say to you: 1) bless you, and 2) you must have known it couldn’t be that simple. There is no one skill that will make you successful. No, being an author requires mastering Read More

Two Simple Questions That Will Help You Create Sensual Tension

I’ve been fully immersed in writing in the last few months. More so than usual, as I’ve essentially had to write two books in two months. (Thank you, I appreciate your condolences ? .) It’s meant that I’ve spent a lot of time creating tension between my hero and heroine. And because I write romance Read More

Three Titbits About A Marriage Worth Saving

Yesterday, my second book, A Marriage Worth Saving, came out (woohoo!). In honour of its release, I thought I’d share some behind-the-scenes titbits about how I came to write this wonderfully emotional book. 1. The idea for A Marriage Worth Saving came from a very personal place A Marriage Worth Saving is about a couple Read More

The Simple Answer to Treating Your Second Book Like It’s Your First

You may be wondering why treating your second book like it’s your first is necessary. If you are, you may have had a positive experience surrounding your first book’s release, or you haven’t released your first book yet. This post might then help you in the future should you ever experience a negative response to Read More

Race in Romance: My Journey to Writing Characters Who Look Like Me

Chances are that by now, you’ve seen a picture of me. (No? Check out the About Me page.) You’ve probably also seen the covers for my upcoming book, A Marriage Worth Saving. I love them. There are a few reasons for that, but the main is because the cover models look like me. More importantly, Read More