On April 2nd, 2011, we’ll be celebrating the release of “Cowboy Fever” with a benefit for CTEC!
On Sat., Feb. 26th, I’ll be signing books at the Thornton Barnes & Noble with four other authors from 11-3.
“Like a snug fittin’ pair of boots and denims, Joanne Kennedy’s Cowboy series will win you over.” – Gusto Dave
somehow, my Wonder Woman editor always gets sraight to the heart of a story.
There’s no better way to learn the craft of writing than by reading good books.
If you stop trying to win the race on the rabbit’s terms, chances are you’ll be a happy turtle.
Summarizing “Inception” in a blog post is like trying to distill Finnegan’s Wake into a short story.
Sometimes the notion of having a muse can be downright destructive.
Now that I have a basic outline for my new book worked out, it’s time to apply the Toddler Test.
Dante’s Hell should have a tenth circle where the damned are forced to edit a single manuscript for all eternity.
Are sales rankings and blog statistics valuable information or a waste of writing time?
Got a novel in your head? Here’s how to get it out.
First person point of view puts you right in bed with the characters – not always a good thing.
Romance, mystery, and Western – Cowboy Trouble is all three. Here’s why…
I was relaxing, enjoying a good book, when I realized that someone else, in some other half-darkened house, was also reading–my book. Yikes!