The Long Road to Revision

This blog entry is brought to you from someone just coming out of the revision cave.

I never thought this day would come. When I finished the first draft of my current project  I wasn’t excited, because I knew what came next. The reread, the rewrite, the revision. All those sections where I had skipped description, flaked on dialogue and used the same cliché lines over and over. They were coming back to haunt me.

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Tweeting and Writing

A year ago I wasn’t a big twitter user. I didn’t know how to utilize it and I didn’t really understand how it would benefit me. Now the twitter addiction is strong. Believe it or not as a aspiring writer, established writer, and even just a reader twitter can be the best way for you to get to know your favorite authors and get the latest news on what is happening in the industry.

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Historical LGBT Books That Inspire Me!

Happy Pride Month everyone! Now is the perfect time to recommend some of my favorite LGBTQ historical books.

I have a deep love for historical LGBTQ books, mostly because they show that queer people have existed since the dawn of time and I find different eras posed their own unique problems that are different contemporary queer romance . While there are a lot of ones that take place in England I’ve made sure to start with some different time periods and different countries first.

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