Look for these new releases from DSRA members in May and June. Harlequin-E Contemporary Romance Boxed Set Volume 2 includes: The Last First Date by Maggie Wells Harlequin-E June 2, 2014 From Hollywood’s red carpet to a farm stand in Missouri. Four novels about finding love… Continue reading DSRA Releases
Writing can be a lonely job. We spend a lot of times in our heads, listening to people who don’t really exist, and hurdling obstacles in single-minded pursuit of that happily ever after. Then, when the writing is done, we not only have to send our baby out into the world, but shout from… Continue reading Thinking inside the box when it comes to promo
When I was younger, I was a big roller coaster fan. My brother and I used to spend a day at Six Flags doing nothing but running from one coaster to the next. When my kids hit the daredevil stage, I was right there in line with them, willing and able to ride the tallest,… Continue reading Thrilled, but vaguely nauseous. Thanks for asking….
Beginning this Saturday, March 1, the DSRA blog will be shifting to a new posting schedule. Our contributors will now have assigned dates to help streamline our blogging routines. Check out this new schedule and mark your favorite blogger’s date. 1st – New Release Blog – Check out new releases from all our DSRA members… Continue reading New Blogging Schedule for the DSRA
There’s a blank page staring me in the face. It isn’t that I don’t have plenty of ideas. I have an entire Evernote workbook stuffed full of bunnies. And a few of those ideas are fairly well outlined. There are some fairly large blocks of dialogue and scene synopses in that file. I have all… Continue reading Drawing a blank
Like many writers, I find music inspirational, but it wasn’t until I was reworking my playlists that I realized how much of a role music plays in my writing. Here are a few lines from song that have been an inspiration to me. “I can see it in your eyes that you despise the same… Continue reading The Sound of Inspiration
We all know how to use introspection to convey important plot/character points in our stories, but do we use it enough when it comes to our careers? When I first started writing, I moved from one project to the next without thinking beyond ‘The End’, but that’s not true anymore. As I shared back in… Continue reading Introspection: A Writer’s best friend