Archives for March 2012

The Importance of Important Things

    Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what’s actually important.   That hardly seems fair. You’d think you’d know if something was important, wouldn’t you? But not everything that seems important actually is. Some things are given importance because they are considered to be urgent, either by you or by somebody else. However, when […]

A Post About The Book(s)

This is just a quick post to keep you updated on the ebb and flow of my book life. First of all, I  have to mention that my romantic suspense novel, HOLD ME, is STILL available for sale at Carina Press,  Amazon, Barnes and Noble or pretty much anywhere you can buy e-books. It’s also available as […]


Keeping It Real

I was talking to a friend the other day, complaining about a fact I needed to check for my WIP and trying to decide how to dig out the information. She said, “Why do you care? Why don’t you just make it up?” I said something about fiction needing to be grounded in reality, but […]

The Muse Bulks Up

*drip* *drip* *creeeeeeeaaaaaak*   Wow, it’s really dark and empty in here. *Betsy looks around her brain*   *scitter, scatter*   *jumps* What’s that?!?!?! Oh!  Oh, it’s the video game I just finished. Whew. *Betsy walks a little further into her brain* *footsteps echo* Boy. This is kind of creepy. I should probably go read […]

Reading A Lot

If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot. There’s no way around these two things that I’m aware of, no shortcut. Stephen King, On Writing As always, I bow to Mr. King’s expert advice in his book On Writing. And I […]