A bit early, I know, but there are all those parties to attend and... Okay, one party, then, and I sincerely hope that I'll make it there in spite of the snow. This winter can't end too soon!
Any new year's resolutions, anyone? I'm still thinking about mine; perhaps something about starting living a bit more outside of my books - I've been pretty obsessed about writing the last year or so. But it has been wonderful. On that note: Thank you so much to those of you who has written me. Being an author is a lonely profession, and I'm eternally grateful for your mails. A happy new year to each and every one of you - may 2011 bring you lots of joy and wonderful reads!
... and loving it. The only thing wrong with this author is that she hasn't written any more books than she has. Reading her latest novel Hourglass (or any of her other stuff for that matter) is just like eating large amounts of chocolate. Well, without the guilt, of course. And the unfortunate effect on your waistline.
If you've ever wondered just what it takes to get published, go to Reviews by Jessewave to read an interview with co-founder of Torquere Press, Lorna Hinson. You'll find the site here - and it's well worth visiting: As well as reviews, you'll find very interesting discussions. And nice pictures. So very nice pictures. Sigh.
...that fictional characters are stubborn beyond any reason and that they have no intention whatsoever of doing things they don't want to do? Every time I have trouble writing, it's always because I try to make them do something they don't like. They make popstars and opera divas seem easygoing in comparison. And at the same time, it's slightly alarming - I mean, I thought I was the one in charge here. Yeah, right. But at least I got the message now and so I can finally go on with Tom and Mischa. Love those guys!
I read and I write - everything from corporate to kink. My naughty fictional friends are always there to make my life interesting. And pester me, of course. Pesky creatures.