The sausage-maker should never, ever think about how the sausage is made!
“How to Handle a Cowboy” made Booklist’s 2017 “101 Best Romances of the Decade!”
When I write fiction, I’m not the only one telling the story. I write in partnership with every reader, who interprets my words and brings them to vivid life in her mind.
I found this at a thrift shop yesterday. Cowboy romance, circa 1960, in beautiful condition. I was so excited! I have no idea if it’s worth anything, but it’s a treasure for me – a great little piece of romance history. The central conflict seems a little wishy-washy by today’s standards – “My name is […]
“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” –H.D. Thoreau
For some reason, I can’t keep track of my plot without something physical to look at. Normally, it’s sticky notes, but since I moved out of our town house, where my attic office had a slanty ceiling, that doesn’t work too well. The walls here are textured. I tried index cards, but that seemed kind […]