I write a lot about people who have amazing friends, and the teenagers in my books seem to naturally know how to be good friends, despite their flaws and challenges. They are there to help and rescue if someone needs rescuing. They are there to tell the truth and the hard truth if a friend… Read More
Tricia Cerrone is a multi-award winning American author. By day she is a Walt Disney Imagineer, and by night, Tricia is a passionate writer and novelist, currently working on The Black Swan Files---a young adult series about a teenage girl who has the makings of a new breed of superhero. GLIMMER, the first in the series, introduces the heroine's origin story, and her quest to find her family and where she belongs.
Ms. Cerrone also writes Historical Romance (for new adults, young adults, and anyone who loves epic love!) under the pen name, Trish Albright. Siren's Song and Siren's Secret in the Keepers of the Legacy series have collected a number of awards. Her most recent release, THE TIME KEEPER, is a Christmas novella that captures all the action, romance, and snappy dialogue she is known for in her other historicals.
Regardless of what the time or location might be, Tricia's stories are known for their love of family, loyal friendships, dauntless heroes, and of course...heroines who know how to fight for their dreams.
When not working or writing, Tricia loves exploring the world, discovering old things, learning new things, and most of all having fun with family and friends.
by Jeanne Devlin Every now and again, a book comes along that you have to tell others about—it’s like you’re compelled to do so. In the process, that book becomes a friend, one you cheer when good things happen to it, and one you turn to in moments of despair. In the spirit of full… Read More
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MAKING YOUR STORY BELIEVABLE
by Kat Martin One of the best ways to make your story believable is to use real places to locate the action and the real names of restaurants and streets. Actually going there, of course, is the best way to make that happen. Or using places you went to at some other time in your… Read More