I met Seré Prince Halverson almost a year ago because we are both members of the debut authors group, Book Pregnant. Right away Seré captured my attention with her kindness and charm, and that was even before I knew much about her book, THE UNDERSIDE OF JOY. Today marks the paperback launch of "Joy." Same book, new cover, and hopefully many new, enthusiastic readers. When you're finished … [Read more...] about Seré Prince Halverson Talks About Book Clubs, Book Covers, And Books That Make Her Feel Less Alone
Okay, it's more like this cover is worth 84,000 words. My words. I'm beyond thrilled to officially share the cover for The Glass Wives. Can't wait to hold this baby in my hands. Okay, yes, I did print a copy and wrap it around another book, you know, just for kicks, but you know what I mean. Big hugs and thanks to an amazing cover designer and my editor Brenda Copeland, and the team at St. … [Read more...] about A Book Cover Is Worth A Thousand Words…And A Sneak Peek Inside!
Dear WFW friends, It's both tragedy and joy that bring people together. A week ago we were all waiting to see what Hurricane Sandy would do to the East Coast. Beaches, homes, businesses, and lives have been ravaged. Then, and even now, we're focusing much needed time and attention where it should be. On the victims. But for some, things are getting back to a new normal. And that includes the … [Read more...] about Author Sharla Lovelace Rides The Fence Between Romance And Women's Fiction
I have, at times, been guilty of putting my head in the sand -- but not when it comes to publishing! When I queried my novel I counted every rejection, every helpful hint, and every nibble. I did not want to miss a thing. Author Terri Bruce also was keenly aware of her rejections - but she put them to work for her, making her more determined to find a home for her novel. And she did. Please … [Read more...] about Author Terri Bruce Counted Her Rejections But Didn't Count Herself Out