I am really pleased to be hosting the wonderful Will Parkinson today on his blog tour for 'Pitch' Will was kind enough to grant me…
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My friend and great author, Kindle Alexander, has a blog tour going on at the moment. Now I have to tell you a little something…
Meet Patrick Darcy. If you like rugby, erotica, hot sex and Irishmen, take a listen to him. And there’s an insight into Patrick’s views on sex scenes and what to write, and he also reads from one his books. Sport has never been so bloody sexy…..
Patrick is the author of the Confessions of a Gay Rugby Player series of books published through “Charlie Harding Presents…”, Wilde City’s Black Label press, a premier selection of stories approved by none other than Charlie Harding himself, specifically for their steamy, erotic goodness.
Here’s a little bit about the books and the characters Patrick has created:
Star Irish rugby player, Conor Murphy, lives and breathes rugby. He spends his weekends playing rugby, drinking beer, and singing songs with his teammates. There is only one thing he loves more than rugby, and that is hot rugby players. But after the final whistle sounds, the real competition begins: the hunt for the hottest men.
Conor’s muscular body and roguish good looks ensure he can have his pick of the sexiest…
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A very informative post on *groans* edits and revisions. I know, I know. They are great opportunities to make something even better. But such bloody hard work.
I first met Sara Grant at her workshop on editing (a workshop I highly recommend) when, of course, I asked if she would be willing to provide a post for this blog. Being the lovely lady she is, she said yes. So here in a nutshell is her wisdom on the editing process.
Rough First Drafts and Rigorous Revision
You’ve finished the first draft of your novel. Stop. Celebrate. Take a much needed break. Once you are refreshed…
Roll up your sleeves and get back to work.
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A wonderful post on a very unusual subject...
by Parker Williams
When I was fourteen I fell in love with an older man. It wasn’t any one thing that made me fall in love. In fact, I can’t even tell you when I realized it. When I started high school he was there for me. He helped me in ways that no one else would. He laughed at my jokes. He was playful. He never seemed to mind having me around. He even ate lunch with me, despite the fact people gave him funny looks. His name was Jason, but everyone called him Jase.
Jase was my brother Eric’s best friend and he was perfect in my eyes. He was poised, confident, friendly. He never treated me like a kid, even though I was three years younger than he was. Jase always tried to include me in on plans they had, sometimes against Eric’s protests. They’d…
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A thought provoking post from Geoff Wakeling on using Second Life to sell books.
I’m always looking for new ways to sell books. I haven’t yet managed to get that snowball effect with my novels, and am far from getting that crucial 1,000 sales on Amazon, so at the moment it’s hand selling all the way. Not that I mind, it’s nice to actually talk directly to most of the people who buy my stuff, but it takes up a lot of time – time that I’d rather be using to write.
I’ve been in Second Life for a number of years now, doing little bits and pieces here and there. I’ve always believed that it would be a great place to sell books, especially ebooks as, like Second Life, they’re virtual. There are some large readers and writers communities online, and if you could just access these groups, you’d have a great audience to reach out to.
But, just what is Second Life?
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