Archive for October, 2012

Maya Banks

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

“Nothing else takes a back seat to the next book.”
Maya Banks, Romance Writer

Jane Porter

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

“I’ll never forget Tessa [Shapcott] sitting me down early and telling me not to be afraid of my emotions, encouraging me to go for it - to not hold back because you can always fix things in revisions. That’s huge and probably the best writing advice I’ve ever been given.”
Jane Porter, Romance Writer

Lara Adrian

Monday, October 8th, 2012

“It takes me about the same amount of time to plot a book as it does to actually write it.”
Lara Adrian, Romance Writer

Robyn Carr

Sunday, October 7th, 2012

“After a few years had passed, selling any kind of book started to look impossible - I wasn’t getting any interest in historical or contemporary romance or women’s fiction either. But I kept at it, finally selling The House On Olive Street.”
Robyn Carr, Romance Writer

Eileen Dreyer

Saturday, October 6th, 2012

“I try and attempt something new in each book I write, whether it’s structure or character or genre. I set a goal that scares me in some way. In reaching for it, I think I exercise new mental muscles.”
Eileen Dreyer, Romance Writer

Laura Griffin

Friday, October 5th, 2012

“As for advice to aspiring authors, I’d say write what you love to read.”
Laura Griffin, Romance Writer

Christina Dodd

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

“The most important thing an author can have is an absolutely brutish belief in herself and her talent, and she can never, ever allow the facts to change that faith.”
Christina Dodd, Romance Writer