Category: Writing

The Literary Dinner Party Book Tag

The lovely Ginny over at The Discerning Couch Potato (a wonderful review site for those of you interested in romance book reviews) shared this blog post o'fun, and I thought I'd play along! Here's a list of the characters that I'd invite to my dinner party. Using your literary arsenal of characters, who would you invite … Continue reading The Literary Dinner Party Book Tag

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Drafts

Me again! Having been absent from my WordPress site for some time, now that I'm back, the entire interface seems different (Where are the Daily Prompts? Are we not doing that anymore?). Up in the corner, next to my blog name, there's a little number "41." Click on it and come to figure out that … Continue reading Drafts

Another year…!

Where does the time go?   I started Waiting on a Word four years ago. How did it get to be 2017?  I'm sorry I haven't been around much because WOAW is still my favorite corner of my cyberworld. So where have I been? 2016 was a whirlwind. After starting a new day job, I … Continue reading Another year…!

Happy Blog-iversary WOAW!

In January of 2013, I started this blog and wrote a post. I hit "publish" even though I had zero followers and hadn't invited anyone to read it. Here's part of what I wrote: I don’t know where my ideas will come from, or if I will ever even have another one, never mind a … Continue reading Happy Blog-iversary WOAW!

Love is more than a little complicated…

Happy news! Today I'm excited to share the cover for The Love Square! Here it is... And here's the whole cover... Isn't it cute? The Limitless team did a great job. Here's what the back blurb reads: Clare Davis hates everything about L.A. Well, almost everything… Accustomed to a small town life in Nebraska, Clare … Continue reading Love is more than a little complicated…

Cave Dwelling with Gobo and Eugene

Greetings, from "the editing cave" where I'm busy revising The Love Square. Here's a list of some things I've learned: I have a lot of "staring" happening. He stared at her, she stared at him, etc. etc. I'm working on it, people. There's no good word for a female half-laugh-- "giggle" sounds too silly and "chuckled" … Continue reading Cave Dwelling with Gobo and Eugene

Birth of an American Gigolo

Hi Blogtropolis! I knew that title would catch your eye! If that alone didn't spark your interest, I'm sure this will: An old party girl turned domestic diva, infuriated by her husband's cheating--and his holier-than-thou, tree-hugging, no-tits and no-hips girlfriend--inflicts her wrath by training a local boy in the fine art of seduction. She and … Continue reading Birth of an American Gigolo