Africa Online Book Fair Cover

The Africa Online Book Fair: 2-4 June 2017

I’m so excited to share that I will be a part of the Africa Online Book Fair! It’s the first of its kind, and a chance for African romance authors – or authors who set their romances in Africa – to share more about themselves and their books. Here’s a quick overview what you need Read More

13_Two Tips on Making Your Secondary Characters Count

Two Tips on Making Your Secondary Characters Count

When I started writing my first romance novel, getting 50 000 words down was intimidating. Because I didn’t know any better, I used whichever device I could think of to add to my word count. So, I wasn’t entirely surprised when feedback of my earlier works highlighted those devices as crutches (which they were). As it turned Read More

12_The Simple Answer to Treating Your Second Book Like It’s Your First

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

11_Three TV Couples Who Prove That True Love Exists

Three TV Couples Who Prove That True Love Exists

Television series are unpredictable, so they aren’t generally my go-to for romance or true love. (Not that you’re surprised, considering that I’m a romance novelist). But sometimes television shows get it right and give you couples who stay with you even if the show has ended. Because I think these shows need to be rewarded, I’m sharing Read More

9_Three Reasons You Should Enjoy Writing Your First Novel

Three Reasons You Should Enjoy Writing Your First Novel

I shared this post about enjoying the process of writing a first novel on my first blog (which you probably haven’t heard about 😉 ) Part of the reason I’m sharing it here today is because I hope it’ll reach someone who needs to see it. I’ve met too many aspiring authors who worry about getting Read More