A Step by Step Guide to e-book Formatting with Scrivener

A Step by Step Guide to eBook formatting with Scrivener Open Project Templates Menu When you open Scrivener, navigate to the Project Templates menu. Choose Fiction Templates Click on the fiction category. You will see a

Whose Genre is it Anyway?

Do you write erotica, or stroke? And why does that mean? Are you books romance or erotica? They both generally have sex—so does it matter? Yes, yes it does, and I’m going to talk about why. First off, I want to dispel the myth that people are

On Professionalism

This is a post I’ve been wanting to write for a while. Writing is a very solitary profession compared to most jobs. You can work from wherever, whenever. For many of us, that means sitting in our living rooms or bedrooms in our pajamas, slaving away

Launching A Book Series On The Cheap

Hello all, I recently launched a new BBW Paranormal Romance series: Red Lodge Bears. While I have been writing and self-publishing for a number of years now, I am still CHEAP. I do my own covers (with the exception of the ones that Scarlet Cox

Adding Physical Details to Characters

I’ve described before how important it is to keep your writing about characters connected to the real, physical world; adding sensory details is the most effective way to make your writing sound strong and professional. But now I want to talk about a

New Year, New You.

It's 2015. What have you done with it so far? Pushy little shit, aren't I? Come on! Head up, shoulders back, look me in the eye and tell me that you're living the life you want to. Do you want to lose weight? Get fit? Slough off the winter