Writing

That Kind of Girl: Three Books That Shape My Romantic Writing

As an author and reader of romantic fiction with a hint of naughty, I have sex on the brain more often than the average person.  It can be a little distracting to think about imaginary characters being intimate when I am trying to focus on the mundane yet necessary activities of my non-writing life (which… Continue reading That Kind of Girl: Three Books That Shape My Romantic Writing

Eliza In General · Writing

It’s a (Slut) Shame

I thank God (or Prince, who is basically God in my eyes) that I started my professional career in sales. Selling everything from newspaper ad copy to air filtration systems to Olan Mills photo packages has toughened my skin and prepared me for the backlash I was sure to receive later as a writer. Every… Continue reading It’s a (Slut) Shame

Writing

But I’m Boring as Hell: Four Myths about Romance Writers

So happy to make my appearance on LaQuette’s blog (you can check her out on mine as well), because ZOMG. I have something to get off of my chesticles. I understood that when I started writing about the other S word that I would get The Rep. You know…The Rep that comes along with the… Continue reading But I’m Boring as Hell: Four Myths about Romance Writers