Category Archives: Writing

More on Interracial Romance

Moonlight and Magnolias 2014 Talk Writing Interracial Romance   This is the blurb.   I had a lot of interest a couple of days ago so figured I would post this. Also click on Roni Loren for her article in … Continue reading

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Why I am a New York Mets Fan.

The simple reason would be, that is the team I was raised with.   My parents were Brooklyn Dodger fans and the Mets were the National League replacement.  Bah humbug, American League, upstarts!  (I have to laugh, the lines between … Continue reading

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Writing Interracial Romance

Interracial Romance Shewanda Pugh, Michael Charton   Writing interracial romance doesn’t have to be intimidating. This workshop will focus on best practices, pitfalls to avoid, and tips for researching and writing in this increasingly popular sub-genre. The first paragraph is … Continue reading

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Saguaro Romance Writers Meeting April 26th, 2014, Firefighter Tony Cota.

This is the blurb from Facebook we had for the meeting.   Chapter Meeting April 26, 2014: DANGEROUS MEN!This month marks our annual “Dangerous Jobs” meeting, where we bring in speakers who experience the sort of adventure we writers like to put … Continue reading

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Your Research to Write Historical Fiction.

I love writing Historical Fiction.  Here’s a question for you.  If you’re writing Historical Fiction, how much research should be done for your book? I call this History Made Fun and Reading History Like a Novel.  When I write Historical … Continue reading

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Craig Johnson Longmire Series.

If you’ve read the Longmire books or seen the Arts and Entertainment show about Fictional Sheriff Walt Longmire and Absoroka County, Wyoming,.  (It’s actually Sheridan County, near the border with Montana and the Little Big Horn), you know the author … Continue reading

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Killer Book Marketing.

Jess Petersen is a member of Saguaro Romance Writers.  Her husband Michael has spoken to us before at a chapter meeting. His company is called Killer Book Marketing. The topics he discussed could have been entire classes in themselves.  We … Continue reading

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