Monthly Archives: March 2012

Free Publicity Fridays

To celebrate my brand new publishing contract with Lyrical Press, Inc. for my time-travel romance WISHING FOR A HIGHLANDER, I’m giving props to one of my Top Five, who also writes a mean Scot. My Top Five favorite authors are … Continue reading

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What’s in a Pen Name?

A writing friend of mine asked me today why I chose a pen name and why Jessi Gage. I hadn’t actually put a great deal of thought into it, but answering his question made me articulate what might have been … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Ebullient adjective very happy and enthusiastic I do not remember where I read this word this week, only that I did, and I had to look it up. That tells you how distracted I am as a mommy of 2 … Continue reading

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Great Success

I am so thrilled to announce I have signed a publishing contract with Lyrical Press, Inc. http://www.lyricalpress.com/ for my time-travel romance Wishing for a Highlander! Thank you to all my writing friends for believing in me and encouraging me through all … Continue reading

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Free Publicity Fridays

I found Xera, the heroine in No Words Alone by Autumn Dawn, refreshing.  I love the romance genre–like LOVE love it, but sometimes the tension is kept high by having the heroine make massively inaccurate assumptions and then follow those … Continue reading

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Lucky 7 Peek at Road Rage

Fellow author, faithful tweep, and ever-ready 1k1hr-er, Heather Riccio http://heathermriccio.com/my-blog.html tagged me as one of her 7 victims–I mean chosen participants in a fun game.  If you arrived here after I tweeted you, then you have been chosen to play as well, … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Frenetic adjective done very fast and with a lot of energy, often by someone who is in a hurry When describing a fast heartbeat in my writing this week, I debated between this word and frantic.  They mean different things, … Continue reading

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