Special Six on Sunday

Today is the day! Yes, it’s Six Sentence Sunday…and release day for Fallen Woman of Világos, an erotic historical romance! I’m very pleased and excited to be published with Red Sage…always loved their Secrets Volumes :-)

Without further ado, we last left Karolina in the care of the good doctor;-) I left her in a bit of a spot…

“With horror, she recalled the wretched barn, the hansom driver, and the man to whose house she had come. How had she arrived in this bed? Her last recollection was of lying upon a leather sofa listening to the sound of the man’s hushed voice. The brandy . . . had she been drugged? She knew the drowsy after-effects of laudanum but suffered no such lethargy. Perhaps she’d simply succumbed to the travails of her long journey.”

Want to participate in Six Sunday? It’s easy. Pick six (6) sentences from anything you like (it can be from a Work in Progress (WiP), something you recently sold, something you hope to sell or even something already under contract and available for purchase – and don’t worry, Six Sentence Sunday is for published AND unpublished writers). Then post them on your blog on Sunday. That’s all there is to it!

Even More Great Websites for Writers!

During my travels, I’ve come across even more great websites for writers and wanted to share them with you. Each site possesses great information for published authors and those who have just embarked upon the journey toward publication. You’ll find each informational, instructional, or inspirational. There’s something for everyone!

Check out author Nathan Bransford’s Writing Advice Database. It contains several posts in the following categories: Before You Start, The Writing Process, Revising, Genres and Classifications, and Staying Sane During the Writing Process. An amazing wealth of information is contained on this page. Highly recommended!

Visit the site of author Roni Loren, Romance Author. Her tab, For Writers is filled with information on writing and publishing. She covers Writing Basics, Voice, Planning your Novel, Hooking the Reader, Drafting your Novel, Characterization, Writing Technique, Writing Romance and Love Scenes, Editing and Revising, On Getting Feedback, Selling and Publishing your Novel, On Being a Writer, and Building a Platform, Promo, and Social Media. Incredible! Add this link to your Bookmarks. Highly Recommended!

M. Louisa Locke, Indie author of a very popular Victorian San Francisco mystery series, has an interesting blog. If you’re an Indie and have been wondering about Amazon’s KDP Select program, check out her blog. She chronicles her journey with the program and provides detailed information on the results. You must also check out her book, Maids of Misfortune: A Victorian San Francisco Mystery. I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to reading the sequel, Uneasy Spirits. Highly Recommended!

And last, but not least, visit author Monique De Vere. She has just started a new blog series entitled: Fast Writing. If you’re like me you wonder how prolific authors do it…and what their secret is! I intend to check in frequently to find out. First author guest is Nicola Marsh, who writes for Harlequin Mills & Boon and also provides great tips for writers on her blog. Check out her post here.

That’s all for now. I’ll be back later with more treasure filled sites:-) Enjoy!