I'm getting very close to having An Illusion of Trust ready for publication. I expect to send the manuscript to my copy editor next week. I think it's pretty clean already, so I don't anticipate many changes. Soon it will be ready for formatting—well, there's the matter of a cover too. I'm on the third… Continue reading Why Every Story I Write Will Be the Same
What’s a male protagonist doing in my women’s fiction?
Yes, I’m back to the subject of categorizing fiction. I've been told the key to knowing how to label your book’s category is to picture where it would be shelved in a book store. That advice works for those who write in mystery, sci-fi, horror, YA, and other clearly defined genres, but I don’t. I… Continue reading What’s a male protagonist doing in my women’s fiction?
The power of three
Before Renee could say anything more, anything about Meredith, Jalal took off at a run, heading back home. Passing not another soul along the empty street, he cut across the bridge and wound through the lanes, every house looming dark and silent, every pounding step echoing from the vacant spaces, every heartbeat taking him down… Continue reading The power of three