Why You Should Consider Starting Your Own Small Press

I’ll start with my usual disclaimer when I talk about anything related to the law:┬áThis is not legal advice, just information. What works for me won’t apply to everyone. Now that that’s out of the way – I’m so excited to share the news that I am starting my own small press! I’ve given aContinue reading “Why You Should Consider Starting Your Own Small Press”

Big, Exciting Things Are Happening in 2015!

For those of you who have been following my blog, encouraging me on social media, and supporting me as critique partners and writing group buddies – thank you so much! In 2014, I was able to make some changes in my life that have hugely increased my happiness and productivity, and which have helped meContinue reading “Big, Exciting Things Are Happening in 2015!”

“No one wants to read about a supermodel” – How bestselling author Marie Force proved them all wrong

Last month, the Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada were incredibly fortunate to welcome bestselling author Marie Force to Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is a wonderful writer – I highly recommend her Fatal series and the new Green Mountain books – and a funny, engaging speaker. Here’s what she had to say: “No one wants toContinue reading ““No one wants to read about a supermodel” – How bestselling author Marie Force proved them all wrong”

Tips from Mark Leslie Lefebvre, Kobo’s Director of Self Publishing and Author Relations

As a member of Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada (RWAC), a Canadian chapter of Romance Writers of America, I am fortunate to have access to a wide variety of guest speakers, workshops, retreats and other writing events. At RWAC’s April┬ámeeting, we were very pleased to welcome guest speaker Mark Leslie Lefebvre, Kobo’s Director of SelfContinue reading “Tips from Mark Leslie Lefebvre, Kobo’s Director of Self Publishing and Author Relations”