This is a great interview with editor and literary agent Lori Perkins:
Please check out these new releases, written by friend and fellow RR author, Keta Diablo:
By Keta Diablo
BLURB: Craven and Anthony find themselves in a cauldron of trouble while spying on Beresford Hall. A man in a black hood has routed them while they spied, and now he’s escorted them to the manor and secluded them in separate rooms. One thing haunts Craven, the ice-blue eyes behind the hood and Anthony’s words, ‘Only one man possesses such eyes . . . Dominic Beresford, the most magnificent creature God ever breathed life into.’
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A Gay Fiction Erotica Novella
by Keta Diablo
The exciting sequel to Crossroads! Frank McGuire is beginning to think the City has become a melting pot for serial killers. Another maniac is stalking the streets, only this time the deviant isn't tracking Goth girls, but gay college students. Rumors surface that put Frank's life in jeopardy, and somehow he must protect Rand from the carnage about to unfold. What he didn't count on was Rand becoming the killer's next victim.
Elements: scenes of intense sexuality
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Ravenous Romance is officially open for business! Featuring new novels and short stories each day, Ravenous Romance offers good quality erotic and romantic fiction, at a reasonable price.
I just spent half the morning at YouTube, watching trailers for the upcoming The Lost Boys sequel....
I spend a lot of time on working on queries. I actually enjoy it, as it allows me to reflect on my work beyond redrafts and the original creative process, to come up with better approaches to my synopses, and sometimes even come up with ideas for future drafts. I see it as an opportunity to improve my writing, overall ... and I can only hope that those who pass on any given project of mine might see my potential and remember my name, just the same.
It seems like just about everyone has some kind of connection ... until actually asked to follow through with the favor of providing toe in the proverbial door. In this industry, however, it truly is all about who you know ... and as an agoraphobic writer, that can pose some obstacles. Granted, I'm always up for a good challenge; I think I've become rather skilled at overcoming the impossible....