Harlequin-So You Think You Can Write

It’s November and though I’m not doing Nano, I’m jumping back into the writing saddle.

Harlequin is doing an intensive, one week Editorial Week and interactive writing extravaganza — I’m not sure what else to call it. They’re hitting the blogs, Twitter, podcasts, and all of weblandia with romance writing info and insights.

There’s quite a lot on the SYTYCW calendar. I’m assuming the times are in Eastern Standard Time. If you check out the Podcast at 3pm EST on November 1st, I believe that’s where you’ll hear from me and fellow HMB author Maisey Yates as well as debut author Meg Maguire about our experiences as brand spanking new authors for Harlequin: How I Became a Romance Author

Enjoy and happy writing!

Guest blog: Window to the World

I’m blogging today at Unusual Historicals about my internet location scouting process. I had struggled with whether to make up my own world based on China or write it as a historical. There’s plenty of discussion over which is harder – historical or historical fantasy. The truth is, I think there’s just as much worldbuilding needed for either of them. Your focus is just slightly shifted.

Come take a look to see my internet wanderings and how I look on China from afar. One day, I hope to actually go to these locations.

Unusual Historicals – The World of My Fantasies