Lions and tigers and armadillos?
*** Attached image is of the incredibly cute and brave Ellie of which this story surrounds. I want y‘all to all sit down and let
ROMANCE GIFT BASKET GIVEAWAY March 1-22 Grand Prize Gift Basket Overflowing with Goodies! Plus Runner-Up Prizes Eight gift cards, 22 paperback books, a T-shirt, three
So, after giving one of my workshops (Don’t TELL Me That), one of my RWA chapters approached me about posting a writing exercise every other
Stuck in the Story Muck – How to plot your ideas into a story that works, using brainstorming and outlining.
We all have that one story idea (or in some cases, many ideas) that we just can’t seem to flesh out. Over the years I’ve
So you’ve finished a novel, Now What?
This workshop is separated in three tiers that will play out over the course of a month. For each tier we’ll tackle the next steps
Don’t TELL Me That
Don’t TELL me that! An interactive workshop that will teach you to break down the wall of the dreaded manuscript telling and show your readers
Leslie Reads a Mystery
I’m working on two Write Tip Wednesday posts. Neither of which are ready yet. My bad. I have edits back for Two Hearts, One Stone
My cowboy has a blurb!
I don’t have this long interesting blog post filled with helpful tips or advice, no book reviews, no amusing anecdotes about my family members. I
Leslie Reads Romance Issue #1
Write Tip Wednesday: No real write tip this week. I’ll be reviewing a novel that drops today, instead. However, I had to discuss for a