Diamond State Romance Author, Maggie Wells, has sold the third book in her Worth the Wait Romance series, A BOLT FROM THE BLUE, to Kensington/Lyrical Press. Expected publication, April 2017. Book two in the line, A WILL AND A WAY, released earlier this month. Save
Diamond State Romance Author, Maggie Wells, has sold the audio rights to her upcoming Wolcott Warrior series to Insatiable Press in a three book deal by Sara Megibow of kt literary. Print and Digital rights to the series were sold to Samhain Publishing in 2015.
Like many writers, I spent November with my head down and fingers flying. I’m happy to report that I completed my seventh NaNoWriMo challenge this year. And it was just what I needed. As you know from previous posts, I’ve been struggling with my latest WIP. Not the story, but prying the darn thing out… Continue reading It’s that time of year!
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!
By Voirey Linger A website is an important platform for today’s author, but it can be hard to know just what to include. Not every author needs the same things, and it’s easy to stuff your site so full of clutter that visitors can’t find the important things. Not only that, but sometimes it’ hard… Continue reading What Should Your Website Have?
As writers, we spend a lot of time inside our heads. This is both a blessing and a curse. There’s nothing better than those days when your characters are chattering and the words floweth like water. Then there are the other 364 1/2 days of the year. *rimshot* And on those days, we are tempted… Continue reading Keep Your Eyes on Your Own Paper