Out there in the Blogosphere


This past weekend was an excellent conference hosted by Georgia Romance Writers. The Moonlight Magnolia. I had a wonderful time. I learned so many fun and interesting things. Sunday morning stands out at the moment. Leigh Michaels did a workshop on Writing Between The Sexes. Just by random zinger this topic was the first workshop I attended at First Coast Romance Writers taught by Tracy Montoya.

I was reminded of many points I’d almost forgotten about the communication style of men vs women. Believe me I was flipping through the electronic pages of the ARC for “Once Upon A Twisted Tale” to get to “The Galloping Ghoul of Hockomock Swamp” to see if I had committed any of the communication sins making my men sound too girly. Whew. I didn’t find any glaring incidences of my men sounding like women. That could be why my editor found my men very three dimensional and not glaring of the typical sterotypes in a m/m romance.

I’ve been blogging around the blogosphere lately. Come over and visit these places.

Whipped Cream for Wednesday spotlight. You can find them through “Long and Short of It” reviews, if the hot link on Whipped Cream doesn’t work.
There is a contest to win an E copy of our ARC for “Once Upon A Twisted Tale” The gang over at Whipped Cream is featuring a writer from the anthology each day this week.

Thursday I am over at Lexxx Christian’s blog Throbbing Thursday. Come take a look at the snippet I dropped about “The Galloping Ghoul of Hockomock Swamp”

Happy Reading everyone.

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2 responses to “Out there in the Blogosphere

  1. Hope you had a great experience at Moonlight & Magnolias. Thanks for the mention and hope to see you next year! I loved Leigh Michaels. 🙂

    • Yes, R.M. and I have joined the GRW chapter. Looking forward to participating month to month. Sometimes R.M.’s work schedule puts a cramp in things. The web doesn’t have a date for the December meeting. Is it going to be the third Sat like the others have been? or is there a special date for it?