Soon after my first or maybe it was the second western historical romance was published by Topaz, I was invited by the University of Arkansas to conduct an adult education course on “Writing the Romance.” It was a delightful six or eight weeks. As you can see, I’m not great at remembering numbers or figures or the like. A few dropped out after about three weeks saying they didn’t know it was so much work to write a novel. Thought a romance novel would be simple to write and they’d get rich.
In the class was a beautiful woman with a sweet Southern drawl and a talent so superb it was a shame to even critique anything she wrote. We became friends and she later began to attend our critique group. She’s had some health problems and had to drop her writing for a while, but is back at it again and has returned to our group.
She’s also become a website designer. All this is leading up to my link for the day. Take a look at her website, you won’t be sorry. And no, she’s not paying me, has no idea I’m sending readers there. Besides a lovely, peaceful website, she has tons of writer’s resources, markets and contests, etc. My friend Lynn