Why do writers write romance?
Category: women’s fiction
WGP: It’s Okay To Say No
Welcome to another episode of my podcast. This month I’m talking about my year of “no”. Join me each month for a quick snippet of writing advice. Thanks for listening!
Writers: What to get rid of on your computer- CLEAN IT UP
This week I went through a clean up of my own computer and recorded things that I wanted to delete. I showed you what that was, and suggested some things for you to consider as well. Starting soon, I will have some videos on how to end the year strong, and get some writing done….
Book trailer for Mt. Moriah Christmas, book three
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM MT. MORIAH!
September Milestones and October Scribbler Unboxing
And I would like to remind all my sisters out there to PLEASE GO AND GET YOUR MAMMOGRAMS! October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. As a survivor, I implore you to NOT miss this important diagnostic!
Interview with Samuel Davel, author of Dear Monica
Recently, I had the privilege of interviewing Samuel Davel about writing and the writing life. He grew up in rural Wisconsin leaving home at 18 for the Army. In the Army, Sam was an Airborne Ranger Who was constantly taking in the world around him. He has lived in NYC while pursuing a film and…
WGP Episode 64: Marie Lavender, author
Welcome to Writer Groupie Podcast! Episode 64 with Marie Lavender Marie Lavender is the bestselling multi-genre author of UPON YOUR RETURN and 21 other books. She has the honor of such titles as: March 2016 Empress of the Universe title – winner of the “Broken Heart” themed contest and the “I Love You” themed contest…
WGP Episode 62: Dana Faletti, YA and Women’s Fiction
Dana Faletti is a Pittsburgh native who loves Broadway musicals and knows all the words to Les Miserables – the entire show. One of her favorite TV series is Sons of Anarchy, and her favorite movie is the Sound of Music. Don’t try to start a conversation with her in the morning until she’s had…
WGP Ep 55- The Charm Bracelet, Viola Shipman
VIOLA SHIPMAN is a pen name for Wade Rouse, a popular, award-winning memoirist. Rouse chose his grandmother’s name, Viola Shipman, to honor the woman whose charm bracelet and family stories inspired him to write his debut novel, which is a tribute to all of our elders. Rouse lives in Michigan and writes regularly for People…