Eh-em… Why hello there all you lovelies! *waves* I’ve just joined the official line-up of bloggers for the DSRA website, and this is my first attempt to entertain you. Please set you standards on low for this one, since it’s merely going to be a bit of an introduction. I moved to Little Rock, AR… Continue reading Well, hello there! ~ D.T. Dyllin
I’m sorry I don’t have a more zippy post to share with you this month. You see, a couple weeks ago, my publisher gave the verbal green light on books 2 & 3 in a proposed series. Yay! Then he hit me with a deadline that made me flinch just the teensiest bit. Now, I’m… Continue reading Mags vs. the panic attack
Do you have a business plan? If not, you need one. Voirey Linger did two excellent posts here in the DSRA blog about setting up your business plan. If you haven’t read them check out The Business Plan and The Business Plan, Part 2. I’ve been working, and re-working my business plan for my writing… Continue reading Stick with the plan!
Look for these books by our members in March and April. Sandra Jones Presents HIS CAPTIVE PRINCESS Available April 28, 2015 Earned respect is sweet…but deserved revenge is sweeter. Warren de Tracy was assured the Welsh village of Dinefwr would be an easy conquest, as would the widow of its fallen prince. Wedding her will appease the locals… Continue reading DSRA Releases
There are a ton of great things about this business. Things that never get old. A yes, when you were prepared for a no. Phone calls that make your heart break into a gallop. Gifts from the cover art angels in your inbox. A galley. Preorder buttons. Release day. Reviews that make a writer go… Continue reading Never gets old, never gets easier
I have a degree in Journalism. So what. I wrote for a living, and my work was dissected by a discriminating public audience. Big deal. The pressure of compressing complicated information into a format consumable by the general public, putting my name on public statements and opinion pieces –none of that prepared me for writing a novel. If anything, it set me right… Continue reading Jen Crane Is Learning New Tricks
It’s the time of year when the Christmas carols start playing in a continuous loop. I’m sure it’s just a matter of time before I’m whistling Santa Baby and queuing up Snoopy’s Christmas on the playlist, but for now the only thing I can think about is the fact that I’ve got a story nearly… Continue reading 12 Weeks on Submission