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CLAIMED (Doms of Black Lily #3) Anne O’Connell Fear is bad for love. Amy and Eric are in a rocky place in their relationship and a dark specter has been haunting the dungeons at Black Lily. When half the staff Continue reading Re-Released: CLAIMED (Doms of Black Lily #3)
This month’s theme is sacrifice – or – to make sacred. There are a lot of things we make sacred when we go into business for ourselves. Our time, our energy, and our attention. This list kind of fits this Continue reading 12 Things to Know Before Starting Your Own Business
I made a solid decision at the beginning of the year to no longer work with any outside publishers. There are two exceptions. The first being my friend Bernadette’s publishing house, 5 Prince Publishing, where Saving Sarah May (my first, Continue reading No More Outside Publishers. Period.
If you haven’t guessed it – this month’s theme is creativity. One of the most frequent questions people ask me is: “How do you optimize your space for creativity?” That’s not always and easy answer because I feel like I’m Continue reading 6 Ideas For A More Creative Space
Someone’s eyes just popped out of their head, and Auntie Mavis is clutching her pearls. But let’s face it, for some couples, the same vanilla sex day in, day out, becomes a monotonous exercise in, well, getting off. Here are Continue reading 5 Steps to Getting Creative in the Bedroom
I got myself a piece of interesting tech this year in hopes it would get me from out in front of a computer screen more often. Meet the reMarkable2, a distraction free (i.e. it’s not connected to the entirety of Continue reading Tech Review for Writers: reMarkable2
I have so many great projects planned for 2021, but because I don’t want to promise anything prematurely, I’m going to hold off promising anything until it’s listed on Amazon (or other sites) as available (or at least done and Continue reading New Year, New Geese
I know 2020 sucked. It sucked bad. However, despite all that suckage, it was one of my most productive years ever. (If you don’t want to read happy productivity posts, stop right here.) Even with having to continue running my Continue reading Year End Post