White Gold excerpt

Hello readers and fellow writers, I’m working on a scene for my sequel “White Gold.” I’d appreciate your feedback. Agent Jake Monroe is looking for evidence that links the present to crimes of the past. Is this section too long, too much telling? It’s about four pages long.      The man ran from the brick canopy of the hospital entrance. The collar of his … Continue reading White Gold excerpt

I Thought I was a Romance Writer, Part II

My time with my agent ended somewhat abruptly. At first, I was devastated and depressed, but I soon realized she’d done the right thing. For whatever reason, we’d not found our comfort zone with each other. Trust and good communication are extremely important when working with an agent, publisher or editor. I believe it is necessary to have mutual respect and a similar vision for … Continue reading I Thought I was a Romance Writer, Part II

I Thought I was a Romance Writer

I was supposed to be a romance writer. At least that is what I believed when I first started writing. I thought I wanted to write historical romances, they were my first love. When I fell in love with contemporary romance it was after reading Jayne Ann Krentz who also writes historicals as Amanda Quick. Contemporary romance, especially the subgenres of romantic mysteries, thrillers and … Continue reading I Thought I was a Romance Writer