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johnrezas:

Permission granted…

holy shit I am making these poster-sized and pinning them to my wall.

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cielrouge:

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Warrior (Dragon King Chronicles #2) by Ellen Oh (Dec 31st, 2013) - Kira has valiantly protected her kingdom—and the crown prince—and is certain she will find the second treasure needed to fulfill the Dragon King’s prophecy. Warrior boasts a strong female hero, romantic…

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I’ve donated a 20-page critique to the Brenda Novak Auction!

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Writers in Paris. That book cray.

Writers in Paris. That book cray.

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nicorosso:

Whether you plan everything you’re going to write or let the story take you for the ride, micro-plotting is a technique that can help along the way.

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A sexy sneak peek of SINNER’S HEART (mostly SFW)

With SINNER’S HEART coming out in less than a week, I thought I’d give everyone a sneak peak that’s pretty spicy. It’s still relatively SFW, because I don’t want anyone to miss a moment, even if they’re at work or out in public.

Without further ado…

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"Lie down.”  His throat was revealed as his neckcloth joined the coat upon the floor.  The angry line of his scar ran beside the fast beat of his pulse.

Using more concentration, she stretched out on the bed.  It felt odd, mimicking of a quotidian action.  How long had it been since she had lain upon a bed—both for sleep and for sex?  Her memories were both too vivid and shrouded in lost time.

His gaze still holding hers, Bram pulled off his boots. 

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Some days, this is me.

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nicorosso:

In many of the panel discussions at this weekend’s romance writer conference, it seemed a lot of people wrestled with POV and how to define and implement it.  The subject seemed so perilous, I had to draw it in my notes.

nicorosso:

In many of the panel discussions at this weekend’s romance writer conference, it seemed a lot of people wrestled with POV and how to define and implement it.  The subject seemed so perilous, I had to draw it in my notes.

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theparisreview:

Deborah Eisenberg with Wallace Shawn in New York, 1973. “I very much doubt that I would have had the courage to begin writing if it hadn’t been for Wally.” From The Art of Fiction No. 218, in issue 204, Spring 2013.

Deborah Eisenberg is one of my favorite authors. That is all.

theparisreview:

Deborah Eisenberg with Wallace Shawn in New York, 1973. “I very much doubt that I would have had the courage to begin writing if it hadn’t been for Wally.” From The Art of Fiction No. 218, in issue 204, Spring 2013.

Deborah Eisenberg is one of my favorite authors. That is all.

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