Why is emotion so important in writing? Because when we connect with our reader on an emotional level, we engage them and keep them interested. Even what should be the most fascinating facts ever revealed will lose reader interest when offered with dry rationality and no attempt to connect to feelings those facts could evoke.
The second blog post in my series offering tribute to the authors who have mentored me and blessed me with their writing. If there is another author who gives so consistently, tirelessly and with so little reservation to other authors and her causes, I don’t know them. And I know A LOT of generous authors,
I thought it would be fun to do a series on the romance authors I love to read, some of whom have been wonderful mentors and become friends. I’m not sure when I read my first Helen Bianchin book. I do know that this Kiwi born writer, who has been residing in Australia since 1981,
I’m a planner. I always have been, but that doesn’t mean my time doesn’t get away from me. I’ll freely admit I struggle with saying no, setting both time and personal boundaries, but that’s what makes doing so incredibly important for me. Knowing how many other people struggle with setting goals, much less achieving them,
Lucy is very happy to announce that her Goddard Project books are all being reissued in print and digital and can be purchased from your local bookstore as well as online at major retailers. This is a series that is very special to Lucy as she wrote it for Kensington Brava back in the day,