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Blog 2017-10-09T23:48:41+00:00

How to Fix POV Glitches that Make Readers Cringe

Writing exemplary Point of View (POV) does not come naturally, any more than the perfect golf swing. POV glitches can feel "natural" simply because they are habitual, but they make most intelligent readers cringe. Authors, like sportspeople, have to unlearn bad habits as part of improving our game. You'll find POV technique gets easier with more practice. It's one [...]

By | September 28th, 2017|Categories: Writing Craft|Tags: |0 Comments

How to Choose the Right Narrative Voice

No narrative voice is "easy". Each presents its own particular challenges. So when you are about to get to work on a new idea, how do you choose the best POV for your story? Respect the voice in which the story occurs to you. Be true to your creative self. Do what comes naturally, but also do your homework. Storytelling [...]

By | August 3rd, 2017|Categories: Writing Craft|Tags: |0 Comments

Anachronism in Historical Romance

Want to write a historical romance? Prepare to agonize over anachronism. Devotees of the genre love feeling transported back to a different time period, and they will put up with minor anachronisms and historical inaccuracies, especially if the storytelling is great. But everyone has their breaking point. A narrative littered with words and ideas that don't belong in the era [...]

By | July 23rd, 2017|Categories: Writing Craft|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Lucky Me – An Author Gig on an Alaskan Cruise

I had not intended to return to the world of lesfic until 2018, but how could I resist an invitation to join some of my favorite people as a guest author on an Olivia Alaskan cruise? When Chris Svendsen of Sapphire Books called me, I was a tad reticent. Frankly, I felt other authors deserved this honor more; after all, [...]

By | July 16th, 2017|Categories: Appearances|Tags: , |0 Comments

I’ll be the Keynote Speaker at LCLC 2017 in Palm Springs

I'm honored to be the 2017 keynote speaker for the  fifth annual Left Coast Lesbian Literary Conference (LCLC) held by Sapphire Books from October 4 -9, 2017 at the Skylark Hotel in Palm Springs C.  What  great venue! A remodelled rat-pack era hotel with two swimming pools and a retro vibe that just begs to be the setting for a [...]

By | May 2nd, 2017|Categories: Appearances|Tags: |0 Comments

It’s Been a While

The view from my casita is writer-friendly, to say the least. One day soon I will be hunkered down in peaceful solitude, soaking up the jaw-dropping New Mexico landscape between pages, inspired and productive. At least, that's the plan. All I have to do is replaster, install a kitchen and bathroom, knock out a wall, build a porch, and furnish [...]

By | April 5th, 2017|Categories: Jennifer Fulton|0 Comments