I was going to talk about procrastination as a weapon—like Thor’s Mjölnir!–but that sounds like a LOT of effort, doesn’t it? Maybe I should just call it a tool—although even that word makes me want to go take a nap. Writers, at least some of us, are fond friends with procrastination. It’s the pal that… Read More
A sixth-generation native Texan, New York
Times bestselling author Deanna Raybourn graduated
from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a double
major in English and history and an emphasis on
Shakespearean studies. She taught high school English for
three years in San Antonio before leaving education to
pursue a career as a novelist. Deanna makes her home in
Virginia, where she lives with her husband and daughter and
is hard at work on her next novel.
In my May 2013 release, A SPEAR OF SUMMER GRASS, I introduced Delilah Drummond, a heroine who is not for the faint of heart. Her story starts off in her own words and gives you a pretty good idea of who she is: Don’t believe the stories you have heard about me. I have never… Read More
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CHANGING TO A DIFFERENT GENRE?
By Kat Martin One of the questions people continue to ask me is how I managed to change from writing Historical novels to writing Contemporary Romantic Suspense. I have to say it’s never easy to do. Publishers are not risk takers. They always want to take the safe road. It’s easier for them to sell… Read More